(Kansas City, MO) Project Laing are proud to share the ÜLÉ Music & Arts Festival, taking place in Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, MO on June 24th and 25th. The first annual ÜLÉ focuses predominantly on electronic and hip-hop music on a more serious level than Kansas City ever has before. No matter your ticketing needs, ÜLÉ has your back. From the Sunflower GA 2-day ticket to the ‘All Inclusive 15 Person Group Package,’ ÜLÉ has has got you covered whether you’re a resourceful DIYer needing few amenities or you and the squad want all the perks to maximize your leisure while on grounds.
The inauguration of this event will feature electronic juggernauts Slander as headliner on Friday, June 24th and RL Grime on Saturday June 25th. They are supported by some diverse and trending acts such as Ski Mask The Slump God, Jai Wolf, Elohim, Strap Back, Broderick Jones. On Saturday, expect to see Lil Skies, Ekali, Sebastian Paul, Jooby Truth, and Matt Easton make up the names currently slated to play across the 2 day event.
Hosted at a familiar Kansas City location, natives often frequent the area. Children’s Mercy Park – recently labeled the #4 highest rated venue in the USA – has been a spot for several renowned festivals including Farm Aid, Flatlands Country Music Festival, and Buzz Beach Ball. Capable of executing cutting-edge audio and world class visual production, there couldn’t be a better spot in Kansas City for these headlining and supporting names to come do what they were born to do.
Kansas City is a one-of-a-kind location that brings together the big city life with a small town feel. The arrival of ÜLÉ Music & Arts Festival fills a vacuum of demand that has been present for years. ÜLÉ Music & Arts Festival is now landing in the backyard of its citizens, making the dreams come true of music lovers across generations
Brothers Austin Laing and Jake Laing are hometown heroes in the event creation space and music scene. Having a deep desire to push the limitations as to what locals in Kansas City can handle, ÜLÉ Music & Arts Festival is their pride and joy. Having a passion to infuse this 2-day event with as much local flavor as they can, the Laing brothers are working as meticulously as possible to ensure the staff, vendors, supplier, and the like are from the city who are working this event, cultivating a deeper sense of community for the long term. Their intrinsic desire to contribute to the city that’s given them so much makes the work put in for ÜLÉ a labor of love. Since first starting out throwing massive house parties in 2014, Project Laing has come a long way throughout this past decade.