2020 Kansas City Spring Event Update

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic causing a temporary pause on all events with ten or more people, large events across the country have been put on hold for the time being.

During this time, we’re dedicated to continuing to be a trusted, local source of information for upcoming concerts and events in Kansas City.

With all being advised to stay in their homes as much as possible and to practice social distancing through the Stay at Home Order, many events that were scheduled this Spring have been postponed to a later date. Some events have also been canceled. The good news is that currently, most Summer and Fall events remain unchanged.

We’ve consolidated various updates to put together a complete list of events that were originally scheduled for this Spring in Kansas City. Some events have been canceled, some postponed and some rescheduled:

EventOrig. DateStatusNew DateVenue
Disney on Ice3/26-3/29CanceledN/ASprint Center
Shen Yun3/28-3/29PPD11/18-11/19Kauffman Center
Sporting KC*3/28-5/15PPD*5/16CM Park
Sturgill Simpson4/1PPD4/22Silverstein Arena
KC Royals**4/2-5/15PPDTBDKauffman Stadium
Dan + Shay4/9PPD8/14Sprint Center
Zac Brown Band4/16CanceledN/ASprint Center
Cher4/18PPD10/2Sprint Center
Pay Patrol Live4/25-4/26CanceledN/ASilverstein Arena
Five Finger Death Punch4/29PPD10/25Sprint Center
Rage Against The Machine5/14PPDTBDSprint Center
Kesha5/14On ScheduleN/AStarlight
Lauren Daigle5/28On ScheduleN/ASprint Center
NASCAR 4005/31On ScheduleN/AKS Speedway

*Sporting Kansas City and the MLS announced on March 19th that the season would be postponed for eight weeks, citing recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The target restart date for the MLS is May 16, 2020.

**The Kansas City Royals and Major League Baseball announced on March 16th that the start of the season would be postponed due to COVID-19. Citing recommendations from the CDC, a start date would not be possible until at least May 15th.

The current lineup of summer events in Kansas City remain unchanged at this time, beginning with the Lauren Daigle concert at Sprint Center on May 28th.

If you have questions about rescheduled dates, postponed or canceled events, or other information about an event, please check out the following resources:


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