ST. LOUIS – Blues Traveler will be making a stop in St. Louis as they venture on a tour this fall.

The “Blues Traveler – 30 Years of Four Tour” will be coming to St. Louis Music Park on September 20 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their Grammy-award-winning album, “Four.”

“Four” is a six-time platinum album that is highly regarded as the record that brought Blues Traveler into the mainstream media. The album was the band’s fourth and most successful album to date, reaching #8 on the Billboard 200 charts.

The album generated two Top 40 hits, “Run-Around” and “Hook,” which charted on the Billboard 100 at #8 and #23, respectively. “Run-Around” set a record as the longest-charting radio single in Billboard history upon its release and earned Blues Traveler its first Grammy Award in 1996 for “Best Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group.”

“Four” is considered one of the most genre-defining albums of its time. Blues Traveler is known for their unique mix of blues, rock, folk, and roots with bold rhythms and catchy choruses. The band’s original members include John Popper, Chandler Kinchla, Brendan Hill, and the late Bobby Sheehan.