The Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce said it expected tens of thousands of visitors for this year’s Oktoberfest. The weekend-long festival was met with high temperatures, but the festival still drew large crowds during its 28th year.
The Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce said it expected tens of thousands of visitors for this year’s Oktoberfest. The weekend-long festival was met with high temperatures, but the festival still drew large crowds during its 28th year. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com
The Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce said it expected tens of thousands of visitors for this year’s Oktoberfest. The weekend-long festival was met with high temperatures, but the festival still drew large crowds during its 28th year. Kaitlyn Schwers kschwers@kcstar.com

Despite summer-like temps, Oktoberfest attracts thousands to downtown Lee’s Summit

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