KANSAS CITY WEEKEND EVENTS | FATHER'S DAY EDITION | June 15, 16 & 17


Father’s Day Weekend in Kansas City

What’s going on in Kansas City this weekend? With Sunday being Father’s Day, there are many events and specials perfect for celebrating Dear Ole’ Dad!

FESTIVALS

BOULEVARDIA!  
Jun 16-17, Stockyards District
A weekend of music, food, fun, friends and breweries.

Music Artists include:  Local Natives • The Strumbellas • St. Motel • The Struts • The Heydaze • George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic • Guster • The Joy Formidable • No BS! Brass Band • Hembree • Many More…

Check out the Makers Market with unique goods, one-of-a-kind finds, jewelry, cards and art from local artisans.  

Check out stage times here.

General Admission tickets for the event start at $25.  
Purchase tickets here.


ATTRACTIONS

The Kansas City Zoo
Spend Father’s Day at the Kansas City Zoo!
June 18th, Fathers receive complimentary admission and a free hot dog.

Admission to the zoo ranges from $6 - $11.50 for children, and $7 - $14.50 for adults.


THEATER & MUSIC

Michael McDonald & Boz Scaggs
June 17th @ 7:30, Kauffman Center

Tickets start at $95.50 (plus taxes & fees)


MUSEUMS & HISTORY

Harry S. Truman Library and Museum
Free Admission for Fathers
June 19, 12:00 - 5:00
Regular Admission is $3 for children (6-15) and $8 for adults.  Children under 5 are free.

Country Club Plaza:  Book & Walking Tour
June 17 @ 1:30 & 2:30, JC Nichols Memorial Fountain

Receive a Free Plaza Walking Guide Book and tour  presented by Historic Kansas City (HKC)


SPORTS & RUNNING

FC Kansas City vs. Seattle Reign FC
June 17th @ 7:00, Swope Soccer Village

Tickets start at $15

The Color Run
June 17 @ 8:00 am, Arrowhead Stadium
It’s not too late to register!  

Tickets for individual runners are $49.99.

Whatever you decide to do, DO IT WITH LOVE!  HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!

XOXO - Tami

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