Join KAKE-TV for the Great American Eclipse Watch Party

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If you don't already have plans for the Great American Eclipse, join KAKE-TV on Monday, August 21 for the Great American Solar Eclipse Watch Party.

The party begins at 11 a.m. on the south lawn of the KAKE studios at 1500 North West Street. Just park at Dillons at 13th and West and come on over! 

Everything you need to know about the eclipse

We'll have music provided by iheart (ALT 107.3, The Bull 102.1, Channel 96.3 and B98), food trucks and much more. Dillons' representatives will be on hand to sell commemorative eclipse merchandise.

The following food trucks will be there:

We will also have STEM activities provided by Mark Arts. And Wichita Spray Paint artist Leo Kiesling will be on site making/demonstrating eclipse art pieces. Embellished Fun Face Painting & Balloons will be making balloons for a fee. 

Please bring your eclipse glasses, blankets and chairs to sit on the beautiful yard of KAKE-TV studios. Please do not bring firearms, alcohol or pets. Security will be present at this family friendly historical event.

The event is sponsored by our partners, Dillons and Grene Vision Group.

If you are unable to make it KAKE-TV will cut in live during the Eclipse from 12:45-1:15.

Check out these photos from across KAKEland snapped by our viewers, staff and local officials. Do you have pictures to share with us? Email them to


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