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After multiple postponements, Kenny Chesney is finally returning to Arrowhead Stadium for his “Here and Now” tour on July 2nd, 2022. | TICKETS After an original date was set for July 11, 2020 and rescheduled to May of 2021 due to complications surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, the concert is now slated for summer of 2022. Due to scheduling at Arrowhead Stadium, no 2021 […]
As the world begins to return to a sense of normalcy, many music artists are gearing up to head back out on tour. The Kansas City concert list is growing for this summer and fall. The calendar in Kansas City is beginning to fill up with concerts throughout the summer and fall in 2021 and into 2022. Artists […]
Garth Brooks recently announced he was heading back out on the road for a stadium tour this summer. Tickets for six of the seven announced shows are currently on sale, with Kansas City set to be on sale on June 11th. Garth Brooks has a known love for Kansas City, and the country music legend […]
Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium will be rocking this summer as Monster Jam returns to Kansas City on June 26 and 27. Monster Jam returning to KC is just another in a list of new events coming to the area. | TICKETS Monster Jam offers an incredible experience for families and adrenaline junkies, alike. Whether you […]
As the weather warms, so to does the live event scene in and around Kansas City. As events with fans begin to return, you can check back here periodically for live event updates for concerts, shows and events throughout the Kansas City area. Multiple shows and concerts have been announced in recent weeks. As venues […]
When the Big 12 Tournament tips off on Wednesday, March 10 in Kansas City, it will do so with fans in attendance. The Big 12 Conference, along with the T-Mobile Center and the Kansas City Sports Commission, announced the news about fan attendance in late February. The Big 12 Tournament will be played inside T-Mobile […]
After months with no live events with fans in attendance, some venues and stadiums are opening back up to fans. From the Chiefs and Sporting Kansas City to area college football stadiums and Kansas Speedway, attendance at live sporting events is returning. Multiple smaller concert venues are also opening up to fans in the Kansas […]
Two months ago, sports returned with the MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando, Fla. Baseball, basketball and hockey returned in the following weeks. Football is on track to return in a few weeks. With so much going on in the professional sports world, here is an update on the state of each league. BASEBALL Baseball […]
The landscape of the 2020 college football season has become clearer this week, with the Big 12, ACC and SEC all announcing their intentions to move forward with a season this fall. On Tuesday, the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they are postponing their seasons with the hopes to play in spring of 2021. Today, […]
The Big 12 Conference announced on Monday, August 3rd that the conference will adopt a ten game season in 2020. The Big 12 Board of Directors mapped out a “9+1” football schedule Monday. This includes nine conference games, plus one non-conference opponent. The single non-conference game will be played at home. The conference said that […]