TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Symphony at the Flint Hills is finally back after being canceled for the past two years due to weather and the coronavirus.
Symphony at Flint Hills opened early for fans keen to come and experience the festival before the Kansas City Symphony begins playing.
The festival provided fresh food and entertainment for all guests, including horse-drawn carriage rides through the meadow. The event took place just south of Council Grove, in the North Lakeview Pasture, Morris County.
Sandy Carlson, program manager for the event, said: “The support we have received throughout the year, especially since tickets went on sale in March, has been wonderful.”
âThere was a huge buzz when people come in and start walking sideways. Everything is so good, âCarlson said.
The festival’s mission is to share the great history of Flint Hills. The festival offered people the opportunity to learn about the events taking place there and the geographic makeup of the hills.