Per the Kansas City Star
Officials representing the city and Union Station announced Tuesday that NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior” will film here April 17-18, one of five cities to be featured in the competition show’s seventh season.
Stephane Scupham, who heads Kansas City’s new film and media office, described “Warrior” as a national and international phenomenon.
The show’s stories-high, 20-obstacle course will be built in the parking lot in front of Union Station. Construction may even require the removal of the parking lot lights, city spokesman Chris Hernandez said.
The two days of filming will result in two two-hour shows. Though the new season premieres May 25 on NBC, it’s unclear exactly when the Kansas City episodes will air.
There is a Crew Opportunity: UNION Grip and Electric please send the film office an email with your contact info if you want to be added to the union list going to American Ninja Warrior by Friday, March 20. SScupham@VisitKC.com