Kenzie Winstead, Editor of Arts and Leisure|September 21, 2017
Elizabeth Konopelski , senior, attended Loufest both Saturday and Sunday. Konopelski took advantage of the free arm marbling offered as seen in the photo.
The center of the festival grounds were lined with tents. Many tents sold handmade knick-knacks all created in St. Louis.
Sofia Lombardi, junior, enjoys another year of Loufest. Lombardi was featured on the official Instagram of the festival.
This year Loufest offered free arm marbling to all in attendance. Those in line waited up to two and a half hours.
This year Loufest broke a world record by affixing the most stickers on a single bus. Many booths offered free stickers to customers to attach to the bus.
Meredith Plein, senior, purchases lunch from Steve's Hotdogs, one of the eighteen food vendors.
Weezer and Snoop Dogg were the two main headlines of Loufest 2017. Featured is Weezer performing on Sunday night.
Kenzie Winstead, senior, is Editor of Arts and Leisure for the 17-18 school year. When she is not in school, she is a Hostess at 54th Street Grill and...
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