Capitalist Pig Barbeque at Mad Art Gallery Launches Free Summer Music Series in Soulard

St. Louis, Missouri…The Mad Art Gallery, a former police station jailhouse turned into an art gallery, and the Capitalist Pig Barbeque Café are launching a summer music series on weekend evenings starting July 3 at 2727 South 12th Street in Soulard.  Admission is free, no cover charge.

“The Missouri Breaks” bluegrass band will perform a progressive blend of bluegrass, new grass and other acoustic music at the Mad Art Gallery’s Capitalist Pig Barbeque Café from 7:30 to 10 pm on Friday, July 3.

The Mad Art Gallery ( is a modern space in a renovated 1930’s police station with original jail cells and an outdoor patio offering award-winning food and drink service by Capitalist Pig Barbeque (, which serves locally sourced meat and poultry on the premises.

Mad Art Gallery and Capitalist Pig Barbeque are both located in the renovated Art Deco-style police station near the Anheuser Busch Brewery in St. Louis’ historic Soulard neighborhood.

“The Missouri Breaks” bluegrass band specializes in hard-driving, new grass rhythms and country music grooves with rock-influenced vocals and bold, instrumental solos. Band members have performed with many bands with different styles in the Midwest.
The Mad Art Gallery and Capitalist Pig Barbeque Café will feature a variety of musical groups on Friday and Saturday evenings this summer. For more information, call 314 602 0398 or see the Capitalist Pig Facebook page.



I have been involved with publishing and marketing for the past 32 years. I enjoy helping people find ways to share their voice. I have found ways to do this through the written word, articles and various media outlets. is an avenue to help everyone have a voice who wants a voice. If you have questions about how you can have your voice heard, I would be happy to schedule a time to consult with you.

You May Also Like