Late last month we attended the 5th annual WaterFire Kansas City are instillation on Brush Creek on the Country Club Plaza. WaterFire Kansas City is a unique public art installation that uses the powerful combination of water, fire and music to build community and bring people together.
So, starting at dusk, a crowd of excited onlookers got ready to witness the lighting of 55 floating bonfires on Brush Creek. Mayor Sly James was there to light the torches, which initiated the boats to make their way down the creek.
There was a vast variety of live performances ranging from KC Swing and Tango Dancers to Quixotic Performance Fusion to Nathan Granner (tenor). The instillation was amazingly beautiful and it was such an amazing night.
Thank you to all who helped make this night so spectacular.
Photos of the night used in this post can be found here