Heritage & Freedom Fest prides itself on bringing some of the best national recording artists to the St. Louis Metro Area for free concerts. Enjoy the best in local, regional and national artists on July 3 and July 4 on the Main Stage!
- Jerrod Niemann
- Tarra Layne
- Jena “Dusty” Mielke Fireworks Spectacular, July 3 at 10:15 p.m.
Heritage & Freedom Fest concerts are totally free! No admission ticket is needed.
Jerrod Niemann’s songs about life resonate with country music fans who pushed sales of “Lover, Lover,” and “Drink to That All Night,” to platinum #1, and made a Gold’s Top 5 Single of “What Do You Want.” With the recent release of This Ride, his 4th album, the singer-songwriter once again proved to be an engaging vocalist, delivering original lyrics with conviction and emotion on songs that push and pull at country music’s borders. Recent hits include "God Made a Woman," "A Little More Love" and the chart-climbing, upbeat “I Got This.”
Listen to "Drink to That All Night"
Listen to "God Made a Woman"
Listen to "I Got This"
Listen to "Lover, Lover"
Listen to "Blue Bandana"
Listen to "A Little More Love"
With a singing style that reflects her background in R&B and a gifted voice that fans call “amazing,” singer-songwriter Tarra Layne came to national attention as a contender on season 11 of NBC’s “The Voice,” which earned her mentoring by diva Bette Midler and Blake Shelton. Tarra’s original songs include “Beautiful Day,” “Cherry Moonshine” and “Heated.”
Tarra also is the singing voice of Ari Hauntington, the ghostly pop star in the 2016 release, Welcome to Monster High, and the singing voice of Barbie in Starlight Adventure and Spy Squad. Children everywhere know Tarra as the voice of Ari, the Mattel doll sold in stores nationwide.