Keep busy this fall with all of your favorite Kansas City events, and maybe add some new ones to your annual lineup. Check out our featured list of this weekend’s activities below:

October 13 – 15

Prairiefire Oktoberfest

Saturday, October 14
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
FREE Event

If you haven’t had enough Oktoberfest yet this fall, then head to Prairiefire on Saturday for a day filled with fall fun for everyone! Pumpkin decorating, petting zoos, live music, face painting, balloons, pie eating, bier gartens, art, bounce houses are all a part of this free family event. Check out the kid’s pumpkin decorating and photo booth atĀ Made in KC, live music withĀ Dino O’Dell as well as a kid friendly musical performance, a college football watching tent, 3 beer gardens including beer tasting onĀ PinstripesĀ patio, Rocktoberfest atĀ Rock & Brews Overland Park, where there will be a variety of local breweries handing out samples, and much more!

5725 W 135th St.,
Overland Park, Kansas 66223

Brew at the Zoo & Wine Too

Saturday, October 14
7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Then, on Saturday evening, Brew at the Zoo & Wine Too celebrates its fifth year. From 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., enjoy an evening of live music and sampling from a variety of local breweries and wineries. And there will be food trucks on site to tame the roar in your belly! This year the event is raising funds for Rhino conservation. Help save the chubby unicorns by attending Brew at the Zoo & Wine Too! There are three bands on tap for this yearā€™s event, The Greeting Committee, Honors and The Wrecks. This event is 21 and over. Music, beer & wine samples and two full-size drink tickets are included with your ticket.

Kansas City Zoo
6800 Zoo Dr.,Ā 
Kansas City,Ā MOĀ 64132

Kansas City Ballet Presents: Romeo & Juliet

Opens Friday, October 13
Runs through October 22
Ticket Prices Vary

William Shakespeareā€™s romantic tragedy ranks among the worldā€™s most enduring stories, and it takes the stage starting this weekend at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. With a variety of showtimes throughout the weekend, Romeo & Juliet as presented by the Kansas City Ballet is a must-see. Artistic Director Devon Carney brings his interpretation of this classic masterpiece to life with soaring choreography and sweeping characters. Donā€™t miss one of the most popular ballets in the world, the fateful embrace of star-crossed lovers. Enjoy the music of Sergei Prokofiev performed live by Kansas City Symphony. Total running time isĀ 2 hours and 40 minutes with two 15 minute intermissions.

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
1601 Broadway Blvd.,Ā 
Kansas City,Ā MOĀ 64108

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