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The best food and drink events in Kansas City this 4th of July weekend
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The best food and drink events in Kansas City this 4th of July weekend

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Go on a patriotic bar crawl, enjoy a picnic with fireworks or find a festival with some fantastic food trucks this weekend. 

Go on a patriotic bar crawl, enjoy a picnic with fireworks or find a festival with some fantastic food trucks this weekend. 

Saturday

Red, White and Wine Sip & Shop at Stone Pillar Vineyard & Winery

"Celebrate the U.S.A. and join us for a multi-vendor event Sip & Shop event featuring wine slushies, delicious food, live music and tons of shopping for the pleasure of our guests!" Free admission. From 11am to 5pm.

Red, White and Boom Box Car Crawl at Kansas City Live! 

"Upgrade your holiday with an All-Inclusive Bar Crawl featuring domestic beers, well drinks, select wine and a specialty cocktail for just $30. Participating venues include: McFadden's, Guy's Dive, The Shandy Bar, KC Live! Living Room, Pizza Bar, No Other Pub and more." From 4 to 7pm.

BINGO at KC Wine Co. Vineyard and Winery

"Join us for themed bingo nights at the vineyard. We've got an exciting line up of great games all complimentary during your visit. Feeling thirsty?! Our delicious assortment of Midwestern crafted wines, ciders, and frozen wine slushies are sure to please the palate. Be sure to check out our website for weekly themes and special opportunities." From 6 to 8pm. 

Stars and Stripes Picnic at The National WWI Museum and Memorial

"Come celebrate Independence Day with us! The Museum and Memorial, in partnership with Cumulus Radio, invites the public to gather on the south side of the Museum for the Stars and Stripes Picnic. Bring your friends and family to grab a bite to eat, shop local vendors, listen to live music, watch members of the Navy Parachute Team "The Leap Frogs" parachute into the event and enjoy fireworks over the Memorial. The main event will begin at 6:30 p.m.; the public can gather as early as 3 p.m. for picnicking and shopping. A fireworks display will begin after dusk and last around 20 minutes." Free admission. Starts at 3pm.

Sunday

KC Riverfest 2021

"Located at Richard L. Berkley Riverfront, KC RiverFest has become “Kansas City’s Riverfront Tradition,” known as the only place in Kansas City to celebrate the Fourth of July. This will look and feel a bit different than years past. NO tickets, NO gates, NO booze being sold at the event (waters and Pepsi products will be available!), and out of an abundance of caution we are going to skip arts-and-crafts, face painting, and the children's inflatables area. We will fold all of that back in next year as life settles down a bit and we can all be closer again. Please bring your blanket, bring your lawn chairs, bring your family, bring your friends, bring your cooler to hang out for some music, roving entertainment, and of course the largest 4th of July Fireworks show west of the Mississippi brought to you by the City of Kansas City, Missouri, and Port KC. Food trucks will be available, water and soda tents on site also." Starts at 5pm.

Red, White and Blue Springs

"Join us as we celebrate Independence Day this year. The event will be held at Blue Springs South High School at the Larry Stewart Memorial Stadium." Expect food trucks, vendors, live music and fireworks. Free admission. Starts at 6:30pm. 

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Kasey Carlson is the assistant editor of Feast Magazine. She loves to cook, is obsessed with plants and is on a quest to try every bao she can find.

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