Here’s what’s happening in Kansas City May 19-21
Bluegrass in the Bottoms
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Head down to Knuckleheads Saloon Friday for the start of a two-day outdoor music and brews festival for all ages. Artists like the Yonder Mountain String Band, Joshua Davis and Railroad Earth will perform on the main stage and a VIP pass will get you access to the after parties. See the full lineup and schedule of events here.
Coveted Home Turns One
Celebrate the one-year anniversary of Coveted Home with a trunk show from noon to 4 p.m. and champagne, wine, beer, snack and jewelry from 4 to 7 p.m. on the Country Club Plaza. The home goods store will be debuting new products, and is offering 15 to 20 percent off of select pieces as well as a chance to win giveaways. Coveted Home is located at 610 W. 48th St.
A Fearless Fete
Don your best space-inspired outfit for the Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s gala, which raises money for the theater’s productions and outreach programs. Starting at 7 p.m., the theater will provide out-of-this-world food and drink, a silent auction and in-depth moonwalk and light saber training. Tickets are $250 and can be purchased here.
Spirit Lesson: Summer Punches and Batched Cocktails
Want to know how to make your favorite cocktail by the gallon? Lifted Spirits Distillery is hosting a free lesson starting at 4 p.m. Sunday on making summer punches and batched cocktails. The distillery will also be offering deals on the cocktails served, along with a free tour of their facilities following the lesson. Click here to learn more.