Annual Waldo Fall Festival Returns for 23rd Year with local bands, food trucks
Waldo Business Association hosts FREE event with local food, family entertainment, KC Tap-A-Thon, and closing act - local band, The Grisly Hand
On Saturday, September 19th, from 10AM – 5PM, the Waldo Business Association presents the 23rd Annual Fall Festival, at the corner of 75th and Wornall Rd., in the heart of Kansas City, MO.
This free event is a family-friendly, neighborhood festival that includes kids rides, games, and face painting, plus food trucks, local music, and a host of vendors to meet and mingle with throughout the day. The event kicks off with the Pancake Breakfast by the Scouts of Keystone Church/ Broadway United Methodist Church, 40 W. 74th Street. Longtime Waldo area business, Betty Tillotson and Lorna Sherer Studio of Dance, leads annual Kansas City Tap-A-Thon event.
Events: Pancake Breakfast at Broadway United Methodist Church; St. Elizabeth Band and Choir performance; Mr. Stinky Feet – Jim Cosgrove; KC Tap-A-Thon; Magician – Keith Leff; Dog show; Waldo Gymnastics; The Grisly Hand
Appearances: KC Wolf; KCFD Fire truck
Saturday, September 19, 2015
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
75th and Wornall Road
Food Booth & Vendor Payments
Questions? Call 816-523-5553.