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Things To Do In Doo-Dah This Weekend

It's Father's Day Weekend.  Do you have something special planned for your dad? Well, here's a list of things you can do over the weekend here in Wichita, compliments of my friends at Visit Wichita.  (Above Photo:  Courtesy of Lindsey Glasscock/Visit Wichita)



Time: Varies Admission: $10 General Admission

Location: Crestview Country Club, 1000 N. 127th St. E., Wichita, KS 67206 

The PGA Tour and professional golfers will stop in Wichita to showcase their talents at the 28th Annual Air Capital Classic. The event is known to be the mini Phoenix Open of the Tour with our famous 17th hole, the Coors Light Corner.



THROUGH JUNE 18, 2017 

Time: Varies Admission: $32-$68

Location: Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center, 225 W. Douglas Ave. Wichita, KS 67202 

The 1920s roar tunefully back to life with the tale of Kansan Millie Dilmount who takes New York City by storm. Join in on this toe-tapping, song-and-dance spectacular with single tickets or a season pass to see what Music Theatre Wichita has to offer.


JUNE 18, 2017 

Time: 7:30 p.m. Admission: $30-$250

Location:  The Cotillion, 11120 W. Kellogg. Wichita, KS 67209

It's been 20 years since Everclear released their 1997 multiplatinum smash So Much For The Afterglow, yet the album remains a beloved fan favorite, and continues to inspire new generations of musicians & fans today. Bolstered by the record’s enduring popularity, Everclear are about to embark on a highly anticipated tour celebrating its milestone anniversary, with plans to perform the album front to back, including some tracks the band has never played live. As the band’s third full-length, So Much For The Afterglow built upon the momentum of 1995’s Sparkle And Fade, with a slew of unforgettable songs that permeated MTV and alternative rock radio. The album—which remains Everclear’s best-selling release to date—quickly won over listeners with its trademark combination of melody, rhythmic energy, evocative lyrics and thundering guitar crunch.“It makes me feel really good when I read a lot of what people still think about the album, and how many bands have been influenced by it—how much impact it had on them—and I think about how much impact it had on me, in a different way of course,” says singer-guitarist Art Alexakis. “It’s still a thing; it’s still relevant and real 20 years later.”  CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS!

Father’s Day events (Sunday, June 18):

  • Venture out to Stearman Field Bar & Grill and enjoy brunch with an entertaining show. They open at 7 a.m. for breakfast.
  • Head to Old Cowtown Museum for an afternoon of fun. Admission is free every Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
  • Go see the Father’s Day Car Show at the Sedgwick County Zoo. Car show is from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dad’s entry is free with a paying child.
  • Spend Father’s Day at Lawrence Dumont Stadium and take in a Wichita Wingnuts game at 1 p.m.
  • Take dad to see the animals at Tanganyika Wildlife Park. Dad gets in for free with another paid regular admission. They’re open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Go to Visit Wichita website for a complete list of Wichita events.

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