The 2021 KC Streetcar and Art in the Loop live music series continues this Thursday, July 22 at 5 pm with Corey and Adrean Clark. Clark is a singer-songwriter living in Kansas City, Missouri. After years of playing bass in several bands around the metro, his focus is now playing mandolin with his son Adrean accompanying him on guitar. This father-son duo creates and performs storied, original songs steeped in influences from Townes Van Zandt to John Prine.
Catch Corey & Adrean at the KC Streetcar Library Stop (Northbound) in front of the Commerce Tower building at 9th & Main from 5-6:30 pm on Thursday, July 22.
Performances will be held every Thursday afternoon, 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Specific location information will be announced on the KC Streetcar and Art in the Loop websites (www.kcstreetcar.org and www.artintheloop.com) and social media sites (@kcstreetcar, @artintheloop).
The schedule of musicians is as follows, with so much to hear and experience this summer, you won’t want to miss any of it:
- Jul. 22 – Corey Clark at the KC Streetcar Library Stop Northbound (9th & Main, Commerce Tower)
- Jul. 29 – Amado Espinoza at KC Streetcar Metro Center Stop (12th & Main, in front of lightwell)
- Aug. 5 – FlamenKcmo at KC Streetcar Metro Center Stop (12th & Main, in front of lightwell)
- Aug. 12 – Nicole Springer at the KC Streetcar Metro Center Stop (12th & Main, in front of lightwell)
- Aug. 16 – Jessica Ayala featuring Arquesta del Sol at the KC Streetcar River Market North Stop (3rd & Walnut, inside the City Market)
- Aug. 26 – The Wires at the KC Streetcar River Market West Stop (4th & Delaware)
- Sep. 2 – Kadesh Flow at the KC Streetcar River Market North Stop (3rd & Walnut, inside the City Market)
The 2021 Art in the Loop Project is made possible through the generous financial support of the KC Streetcar Authority; the Missouri Arts Council; Arts KC; as well as corporate sponsors including Stinson, Academy Bank, Copaken Brooks, HNTB, JE Dunn Construction, McCownGordon Construction and many others. This project is also supported in part by the City of Kansas City, Missouri Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund.
Project partners include the Downtown Council, Downtown Community Improvement Districts, KC Streetcar, and the Kansas City Art Institute.
For more information about the project and the artists, visit www.artintheloop.com, www.facebook.com/artintheloop, or twitter.com/ArtintheLoop.
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Donna Mandelbaum, Communications Director, email@example.com, 816-877-3219