Pop-up concert coming to Union Station KC Streetcar stop

Organizers of Troostival, a Black-owned and -operated festival that  celebrates the diversity of Black music in Kansas City, and the KC Streetcar are hosting a pop-up show at  Union Station on First Friday, June 4. The free show is open to all ages and will take place outside the Union  Station Streetcar stop at 7 p.m. 

The Troostival Street Tour pop-up show will feature music performances from Brass & Boujee and The Black Creatures from 7-9 p.m. Brass & Boujee is a chart-topping, 18-piece, hip-hop big  band that also serves as the hip-hop unit of the Marcus Lewis Big Band. The Black Creatures are a  dynamic duo representing Center Cut Records.  Click here for more details.

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