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Legacy Park Amphitheater Announces Two Additional Free Concerts this Summer!

Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation (LSPR) is pleased to announce two additional events coming to the Legacy Park Amphitheater (LPA). These two performances are free for the public to enjoy.

On Friday, September 6 the 18th & Vine Jazz District Renaissance and Redevelopment Corporation presents “18th & Vine on the Road” with legendary Kansas City jazz artist Bobby Watson and The American Jazz Orchestra taking the stage at 7 p.m.

On Friday, September 20 join Jim “Mr. Stinky Feet” Cosgrove for a high-energy, interactive concert that’s guaranteed to get you and your little ones up on your own feet! Come prepared to sing, dance and have a rockin’ good time at 6:30 p.m.

Concessions are available for purchase, additional food and beverage vendors will be on site for selected events. No pets or outside food and beverage allowed.  For a full list of rules visit www.rocktheamp.net

­­Legacy Park Amphitheater is located just south of the Legacy Park Community Center (897 NE Bluestem Drive, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086). For additional information, a list of upcoming events, or information about renting the facility, visit rocktheamp.net.

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