Music Please join us for Library in the Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 at Big Eleven Lake Park, located at 10th and State Avenue in Kansas City, Kansas!

Big Sound

KCKPL's Library in the Park features three bands along with AYMusik, who will be emceeing the event for a second year. Our musical line up includes The Project H (jazz), Mafia Norteña (Tejano) and The Phantastics (hip-hop/funk).

Band Schedule

10:30-11:15 a.m. - The Project H
Noon-12:45 p.m. - Mafia Norteña
1:15-2 p.m. - The Phantastics

AYMusik (emcee)

Currently on the #BatteryTour, AYMusik is a producer, writer, rapper and singer/songwriter. Born and raised in Kansas City, MO, AY has performed in more than 100 tour & college shows (2013-2014), including opening for XV, Cris Cab, Zak Waters & MTV Woodie Award Winner "The Lonely Biscuits", SHAGGY, Aaron Carter, T-Pain and More.

Music video for AYMusik's "Say Hey".

The Project H

The Project H is a 7-piece fusion group from Kansas City. The Project H will take your ears and your feet for a ride. This 7 piece instrumental group has shared the stage with The Bad Plus, Snarky Puppy, The Rebirth Brass Band and Big Sam.

Live Performance of "A Bear's Cage" by The Project H filmed during a recording of the Eight One Sixty show in Radio Studio A at The Bridge, 90.9 FM KTBG in Kansas City, Missouri.

La Mafia Norteña

The Kansas City-based La Mafia Norteña focuses on traditional Latin American sound. The group includes a saxophone and accordian.

Recording of "Ahora Me Voy" by Mafia Norteña.

The Phantastics

The Phantastics were born of a collaborative effort between the band, KC’s hottest R&B rap talent Kemet the Phantom, and the stunning soulful voice of Leigh Gibbs. The full arsenal includes members of the band JJ Cantrell rocking the lead guitar/vocals/nipples, Danny Florez on electric bass/vocals/kill streak, Ashley Thompson master of drums/Twizzlers, DJ Mitchell keeping it sexy on the Saxophone/Karate Chops, and Austin Quick classing it up on the keyboard/Bee Gee.

The Phantastics perform "Get Up" in Radio Studio A at KCPT in Kansas City, Missouri.