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tea festival

Oct. 21-22, 2023, 11am-5pm

Overland Park Convention Center, Overland Park, KS (Kansas City Metropolitan Area)

The Midwest Tea Festival is an annual event that welcomes people from all over to the Midwest-based specialty tea community. Featuring dozens of presenters and vendors, this occasion brings its niche market to the culinary array based in the Kansas City area. With numerous presentations, workshops, and exhibitions to choose from, the tea festival is an immersive experience for anyone with an interest in the taste, history, and culture of tea in America!

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Is There A Tea Business in Your Future?

Leaders in the tea industry will help you decide


Festival Pass, 8 Live Sessions,
2 Pre-Fest Recorded Webinars,
Super Swag Bag, Followup Zoom Meeting

2-Day Seminar  $199

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 Jane Austen Night

Oct. 21, Saturday
6-8 PM

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Cafe Barnabas


"There were so many wonderful vendors present from all over the region, with an especially great local presence.  I sampled many delicious teas and purchased some teas from different vendors.  People were very willing to educate us as we visited booths despite the enormous crowds."

Lisa R., Yelp Reviewer

"All the vendors and merchants we met were so eagerly gracious in sharing their stories and explaining where their tea comes from.."

Kiara Watts, My City Adventures

"I saw some old favorites: Harney and Sons and Traveling Tea.  I was impressed by Anne Marie’s Teas (sure wanted to win a tea bush) as well as Hugo Tea.  I had no least favorites I was so impressed with everyone.  I asked questions and not one person was too busy to respond, they could easily have been."

"No matter your level of interest in tea, there was something at the festival for you – and will be again, next year!"

World of Tea

Tea Blog: My Tea Vault

"Someone really needs to invent a time machine so I can attend all of the presentations during the festival and stop missing out on so many great lectures."

Jenn Ballman, Not Starving Yet

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