Show Up – for Reproductive Rights at Lemonade Park

Sun, Jul 31, 2022
02:00 pm - 08:00 pm

1628 Wyoming St Kansas City, MO 64102

Event info

Local businesses Casual Animal Brewing, Lemonade Park, Stockyards Brewing, and Voltaire want you to Show Up – for Reproductive Rights – on July 31st. Join us for an afternoon and evening of live music, food trucks, local craft beer and cocktails, and a silent auction with 100% of proceeds benefiting the Missouri Abortion Fund*.
This event is purposed to not only raise money to make an impact on the care and access to care women in Missouri may need, but also a call to action. Get out and VOTE on August 2nd. Primary elections are of critical importance in electing officials that represent your voice, as well as voting for/against laws and infrastructure bills that affect our city, our state, our human rights. Show Up for reproductive rights. Show Up and vote.
Tickets: lemonadeparkkc.com
$25 – for 21+ (includes 2 drink/raffle tokens)
$10 – for Under 21
Can't attend? Use the ticket link to submit a donation of any amount!
Featuring:
• Hartzell Gray as emcee. @hartzell965
• Music by Dead Beet, Grand Marquis, Kemet and Kadesh from The Phantastics, Monta at Odds, and The Black Creatures.
• Special guests and brief remarks from local state and city representatives
• Local craft beer from Casual Animal, Stockyards, City Barrel, Double Shift, Border, Strange Days, and more.
• Food trucks
• Craft cocktails and slushies
• Silent auction including tickets to KC Chiefs vs. Washington Commanders Pre-season game, tickets to a beer-pairing dinner at Q39, tickets to see The Greeting Committee live, and more.
Sunday, July 31
Lemonade Park
2:00-8:00 PM
If you would like more information or to donate something to the silent auction/raffle, please email Lara@casualanimalbrewing.com.
*The Missouri Abortion Fund is a reproductive justice organization providing funds to help Missourians access abortion.
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