Join us for VegFest KC 2019!
June 7th 6PM-10PM
June 8th-9th, 10AM-4PM
City Market Park
5 W 3rd St, KCMO
VegFest KC FAQ
IS THE EVENT FREE?
Admission to VegFest Kansas City is free! There will be some vendors that will be selling items and a Beer Garden with an admission fee.
IS THIS EVENT FOR VEGANS ONLY?
Heck no! We welcome everyone at VegFest Kansas City!
WHERE’S THIS SHINDIG?
VegFestKC will be held August 18-19 at City Market Park west of City Market in the River Market district of KC.
WHAT'S THE PARKING SITUATION?
City Market has a multitude of free parking options on the weekends including three large surface lots (highlighted in red) across the North Loop bridge or one Streetcar stop away.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Be sure to bring: sunscreen, an umbrella, , chairs or blankets to view the speakers, cash, and a refillable water bottle.
DO I NEED TO BRING CASH?
Many vendors will be able to accept credit cards, but not all. We encourage you to have some cash on hand. There is an ATM is located at 112 Missouri Ave. Kansas City, MO 64105. Google Maps Directions
WHAT IF IT'S RAINING?
VegFest Kansas City will happen, rain-or-shine. If there are showers in the forecast, please bring an umbrella.
WILL THERE BE STUFF FOR KIDS TO DO?
Yes! We’ll have a kids area from 9AM-4PM Saturday and Sunday with activities like Story Time, Face Painting, Coloring, and a Scavenger Hunt.
Note: This is not a daycare, just a fun area for kids.
CAN I BRING DOGS TO VEGFEST KANSAS CITY?
Yes! While dogs are welcome at City Market Park, they are not within the City Market Square. Please also note that the event will be crowded and you should consider your pet’s level of comfort.
City Market Park - Kansas City, MO
Depending on your GPS service, getting there might be an unwelcome adventure. The City Market Park is just West of the City Market Square aka River Market. It is not in Parkville, MO.
Nestled near the City Market area of the River Market. Since its inception in 1857, the City Market has been one of the largest and most enduring public farmers’ markets in the Midwest, linking growers and small businesses to the Kansas City community. The area has fantastic access to the Kansas City Streetcar.