Celebrate the lasting legacy of
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and Risa Zwerling Wrighton!

 An afternoon of live music from St. Louis favorites Steve Ewing and Brian Owens, performances from Washington University student groups as well as fun games and free food from St. Louis’ best food trucks and Ted Drewes.

The party runs from 3 to 6 p.m. April 8 on Mudd Field. Rain location is the Athletic Complex.

Brian Owens

Praised by Rolling Stone magazine as a “vibrant soul singer” who “bridges a racial and generational divide,” Ferguson native Brian Owens recently released “Soul of Cash,” a re-imagining of Johnny Cash classics  “Ring of Fire” and “Cry, Cry, Cry” along with “Folson Prison Blues,” “Walk the Line,” and “Sunday Morning Coming Down.”

Steve Ewing

Known for his high-energy live shows, Steve Ewing has been playing his brand of funk, punk and ska for three decades. Ewing broke onto the local music scene 30 years ago as frontman for the Urge, which still sells out its annual Thanksgiving show. Fan favorites include “It’s Gettin’ Hectic” and “Jump Right In.”

“A Salute to Chancellor Wrighton:
Proclamations and Letters in Honor of Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton”

on display in the John M. Olin Library Thomas Gallery, the lively pathway located on Level 1 that spans the distance between the north and south entrances

 April 8, 9, and 10  |  9:00a –5:00pm