The streets of Downtown Lee's Summit will be alive during the Downtown Days festival.
The Sports Booth is a must-see for sports enthusiasts! Have your favorite sports items autographed by local sports celebrities and chance to win prizes on the "Spin to Win" wheel. Kids also will be able to visit with local mascots throughout the weekend. Below is the schedule of appearances.
Friday, June 5
4 pm- UMKC Athletics, with mascot Kasey the Kangaroo
7 pm- KC Roller Warriors
Saturday, June 6
10 am- Jason Lamb- Fox 4 Sports Anchor and KC T-Bones Baseball with Mascot Sizzle
12 pm- Missouri Mavericks Hockey with Mac the Mascot, Richard Matvichuk and The Sin Bin
2 pm- Chris Kamler (AKA the FakeNed) and Sporting KC Mascot Blue
4 pm - Missouri Comets Soccer players with mascot Calvin the Canine
5:30 pm - FC-KC Blues Pro Soccer
7 pm- MMA Fighter James Krause
Sunday, June 7
11 am- KC Chiefs Alumni Marc Boerigter and KC Chiefs Superfan X-Factor
1 pm- Mizzou Football Alumni Steve Kenemore
2 pm- Sporting KC Goalkeeper Jon Kempin
With a new carnival company this year, Downtown Days will offer even more rides and games for all ages. Open all hours of the festival, the carnival is located on Third Street, east of Douglas, and Green Street. Wrist bands will be available for $20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Regular Ticket Prices
1 ticket for $1.25
20 Tickets for $20
50 Tickets for $45
All Rides take 3-4 tickets
Age and Height Requirements on some Rides
No Refunds Rain or Shine
Sunday Wristband Special
$20 per person
Wristbands stop being sold at 4PM
Located on Douglas Street, north of Third, Kids Street features games, face painting, shaved ice, martial arts demonstrations, kids activities and more.
Enjoy a free petting zoo featuring a miniature donkey, goats, pot-bellied pigs, sheep, a horse and calves. The petting zoo is provided by Sunset Trails Stables and will be located on Douglas Street Parking lot across from Lee's Summit Fire Department throughout the weekend.
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