For those who have ever said that there is nothing to do in Kansas City, here’s a guide that will prove those folks wrong.
Contrary to popular belief, Kansas City is a fun place to be year-round, but this city especially comes alive during July 4th. The city and surrounding suburbs show great patriotic pride on this special holiday, and to make it even better, here are some of the best concerts and shows that one should check out in KCMO.
Everyone who grew up in the '90s has listened to the enchanting sounds of Xscape. The R&B group has a number of great hits under their belts, and the ladies are hitting the road this summer to bring the nostalgia of '90s R&B back to the forefront, along with brand new hot material just in time for the summer.
Kesha and Macklemore
June 26 @ 7 pm
Sprint Center -- 1407 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64106
The Sprint Center is a crown jewel is Kansas City's crown. Without this premier entertainment facility, it's very likely that the city wouldn't play host to such concerts as Kesha and Macklemore, who will make a stop in KCMO just before the July 4th festivities kick off in earnest. This is a show that many in the region have been patiently waiting, and now, the chance to be among the throng of fans inside the Sprint Center is finally here at last.
Podcasts have become a way of life in the entertainment sphere. There are hundreds of podcasts out there for one's choosing, but one that has broken from the pack has been Watch What Crappens. This podcast doesn't fail in making people laugh, and this summer, the podcast will take their show to Kansas City for a night no one won't soon forget.
The Susan G. Koman Foundation has done a lot to raise awareness of breast cancer and the Kansas City chapter of this fantastic organization will throw a party that no one should miss out on. When the July 4th BBQs have subsided, make your way to The Midland to take part in the Rock the Ribbon III concert, which will bring Motown and New Jack Swing legends Boys II Men to the stage.