Artwork doubled as signs and selfie opportunities for Boulevardia attendees. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
Madisen Ward and The Mama Bear came back to Kansas City for Boulevardia. (Hilary Becker | Flatland)
Tech N9ne was the headliner on Friday night's main stage. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
Bou Lou, the collaboration brew between Boulevard and Tech N9ne, debuted at Boulevardia. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
The Ferris wheel is one of the signature rides at Boulevardia. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
Quixotic brought a touch of whimsy, and this old-time bicycle, to Boulevardia. (Laura Richey | Flatland)
Duncan Burnett's show was Saturday afternoon on Guy's Homegrown Stage. (Meg Vatterott | Flatland)
Festivalgoers jam out at the Silent Disco while wearing wireless headphones. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
The colors at the Silent Disco indicate which artist you are listening to on your headphones, so you can see who else is into the music you like. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
Seven Swans sold sweet and savory crapes inside the Makers Market. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
Food and craft vendors lined the streets of the West Bottoms, while string lights led the way when the sun started to set. (Chris Mullins | Flatland)
The lights of the Ferris wheel blinked out a welcome to people headed to the West Bottoms for the fifth annual Boulevardia. The two-day beer, music, and food festival from Boulevard Brewing Co. was Friday, June 15, and Saturday, June 16.
Boulevardia runs for 19 hours and Flatland folks were there for the entire time, along with reps from our sister radio station, 90.9 The Bridge. Take a scroll through the pictures above to get a peek at what it was like to attend.
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