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Event# 620-331-1890

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Street Dance

FREE Street Dance - Come to downtown Independence and enjoy great food, music, and dancing! This is a family friendly event, no alcohol allowed. The 100 block of West Myrtle will be blocked off for the evening. Put on your dancing shoes, bring your lawn chairs, and be ready to listen to some great music! Check out this link, www.amandacramermusic.com for a sneak peek of one of the artists that's going to be performing. Also, vending the event will be Chickhoovenswine BBQ Catering & Vending! Check out their website for a sneak peak at some great Kansas City style BBQ! www.bbqrules.com

Street Dance

Address : 100 Block W. Myrtle Independence KS
Phone : 620-331-1890   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : tourism@indkschamber.org

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Admission Fee : FREE DANCE (concessions available for purchase)

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