The first weekend in November brings with it a variety of activities for you to enjoy throughout the Kansas City area. As the first weekend of the month, be sure to check out First Fridays in the Crossroads Arts District in downtown on Friday evening, and the Warehouse Weekends going on all weekend long in the West Bottoms. Check out a list of more featured events below, brought to you by Dani Beyer Real Estate, to help plan your weekend itinerary.


November 4 – November 6


Gatsby Swing at the Station

Friday, November 4
8 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Advanced Ticket Purchase: $10
At the Door: $15

Dance the night away on the Sprint Festival Plaza, this Friday night at Union Station. Don’t miss an exuberant evening filled with Gatsby-era music featuring the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra at Historic Union Station. Along with live jazz music and dancing, a cash bar will be provided by Pierpont’s. Get your tickets online in advance to get the lowest price, tickets will also be available at the door the night of the event.


Union Station Kansas City
30 W Pershing Rd., 

Kansas City, MO 64108

TAPPED: The Ultimate Craft Beer Festival

Saturday, November 5
12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
General Admission: $39
Early Access: $59
VIP: $74

Spend your Saturday sipping some of the best craft beer around at TAPPED, the ultimate craft beer festival at the Sprint Center. With Kansas City’s booming beer scene, you can count on more than 100 beers, wines, & ciders to indulge alongside Sprint Center signature Stadium concessions. Enjoy tunes from a local DJ, play games such as giant jenga, corn hole, giant beer pong, foosball and more. All tickets include 100 selections of beer, wine and cider, music and games. General Admission starts at 1 p.m.


Sprint Center
1407 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64106

Day of the Dead Festival

Sunday, November 6
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
FREE Event

Then, on Sunday, head to the Nelson-Atkins Museum for a day of remembrance, celebration and art at the Day of the Dead Festival. Enjoy special performances, live music, childrenÂ’s’ art activities and traditional Mexican fare. Guests are invited to experience the towering Day of the Dead altar, featuring over one hundred paper maché skulls, as well as attend poetry readings, a special performance by urban performing arts group ‘Cornisa 20’ and pick up a Day of the Dead-inspired print from local artists fresh off of their mobile printing press.


The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
4525 Oak St.,
Kansas City, MO, 64111
We hope you head out to make the most of the first weekend of this new month. To find out more about what’s going on near you this weekend, check here. And to stay up to date on happenings each and every weekend, be sure to check back on the blog for weekly updates.
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