Kansas City Summer Concert Update

The concert scene in Kansas City was set to be great again this summer, with the likes of Kenny Chesney and Motley Crue taking the stage. As was the case with live concerts in the spring, COVID-19 has changed the summer concert landscape, pushing many concerts later into 2020 or even into 2021.

Many concerts that were postponed in recent months now have new dates, while others have been officially canceled due to the coronavirus. A new type of concert has also emerged at drive-in theaters across the Midwest.

We’ve consolidated a list of concert updates to help you stay on top of the new dates for your favorite events:

EventOriginal DateNew Date / StatusVenue
Dan + Shay8/14/20RESCHED­ULED from SpringSprint Center
Cher10/2/20RESCHED­ULED from SpringSprint Center
Megadeth10/16/20As ScheduledSprint Center
Five Finger Death Punch10/25/20RESCHED­ULED from SpringSprint Center
Kane Brown9/12/204/23/21Sprint Center
Kenny Chesney7/11/205/29/21Arrowhead Stadium
Impractical Jokers7/18/206/26/21Sprint Center
Barenaked Ladies6/25/206/30/21Starlight Theatre
Halsey*7/1/21RESCHED­ULED from SpringSprint Center
Lindsey Stirling8/11/207/3/21Starlight Theatre
Rage Against the Machine*7/7/21RESCHED­ULED from SpringSprint Center
Maren Morris8/7/207/16/21Starlight Theatre
Goo Goo Dolls8/3/208/2/21Starlight Theatre
Motley Crue6/23/208/24/21Kauffman Stadium
The Doobie Brothers8/15/209/14/21Starlight Theatre
Chicago w/Rick Springfield6/24/20PostponedStarlight Theatre
KIDZ Bop8/14/20PostponedStarlight Theatre
Alicia Keys8/26/20PostponedStarlight Theatre
Maroon 58/27/20PostponedSprint Center
Matchbox 209/6/20PostponedStarlight Theatre
John Fogerty7/3/20CANCELEDStarlight Theatre
Rascal Flatts7/25/20CANCELEDSprint Center
Nickelback8/25/20CANCELEDSprint Center

With multiple events still postponed without newly announced dates, check back with us periodically for the latest news and information regarding your favorite artists.

If you are needing a live entertainment fix, multiple artists recently announced a new type of concert at Drive-In Theaters across the Midwest, including Garth Brooks, Brad Paisley, Nelly and El Monstero, a Pink Floyd tribute band. The three latter artists will all perform at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, MO in July. CLICK HERE for the full list of shows in Missouri.

If you have questions about rescheduled dates or postponed or canceled events, please check the following resources:

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