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KC RiverFest - June 29th and 30th

Published Jun 20, 2007, 12:00pm



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KC RiverFest - June 29th and 30th


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Friday, June 29th - 4:00pm to 11:30pm

* Friday night will feature a BrewFest Party with samplings from micro-breweries, wines, music, food, and dancing on the river.

* Performances by:

- 5-6:30pm Brody Buster Band
- 7-8:00pm Bob Walkenhorst
- 8-9:30pm One Under
- 10-11:30pm Bump

Saturday, June 30th - 1:00pm to 10:30pm

6:30pm-8:00pm
The US Air Force Band
8:30pm-10:00
Beach Toys (Beach Boy Tribute Performance)
10:00pm
Zambelli Fireworks Presenting KC's Pyro Spectacular, a night sky spectacle choreographed to music.

Ongoing

* "Tricks & Flips Action Sports" – on and along the Missouri River by professional water skiers
* Freestyle Motocross Shows – Several shows daily
* River Boardwalk – Face Painters, Mobile Arcade
* Children's Area – Magic Shows, Inflatables, Wonderscope, Trout Fishing
* Crafters & Exhibit Area – Browse among the crafters – full of family items.
* KCKite Flying Club – Demostrations & Lessons.
* Missouri Conservation – Kids Korner, Build a Clothespin Duck, Duck Calls
* Riverfront Rails – G-scaled Railroad Exhibit

A Taste of Kansas City

Plenty of Food sampling from Pizza, Hot-Dogs, Chinese, Cajun, Ribs and more!

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