Kansas City has plenty of great options to get your spook on. We’ve listed our favorite KC haunted houses below. Can you make it through Kansas City’s haunted houses without looking like the people caught on camera below?
A review of the Rock Island Bridge Project website will show that plans are in full swing to be open in spring 2022. They have secured multiple letters of intent from local KC area businesses to operate restaurants inside the space. The overall plan has some great ideas that will benefit both sides of the river.
The space is planning to house 4 restaurants, a bar and two event spaces. There is even an idea of adding a zip line from the Hy-Vee arena to the bridge or possibly a zip line over the Kaw. We will keep you up to date as plans are announced. You can read up on all of the plans and timeline here.
For almost three decades now, The Schwag, a popular St Louis based Grateful Dead cover band have been playing Thanksgiving shows at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City. This year is no different. The Schwag have been playing their renditions of classic Grateful Dead tunes since 1991 and show no signs of slowing down.
If you miss putting on your dancing shoes and have always wondered what those dirty hippies are up to, this could be a great time. Grab some patchouli and make a night of it KC! For more information and ticket info click here.
The second year for this popular Halloween pop-up bar will be outside of Big Rip Brewing Company, located at 9th Avenue and Swift Street. The creators have provided an outdoor space that will have haunted lighting and decor with room to social distance.
The theme this year is masquerade and guests are required to wear face masks until they’re seated. The bar does not accept reservations but there is plenty of space and time to enjoy the 13 creepy concoctions they have created.