Kansas the Band Tickets

Kansas was formed in 1973 and over their long and illustrious career, they have come out with some of the most memorable songs in music history. Their first self titled album came out in 1974 and it did not do as well as they had hoped. Their 1976 release, titled “Leftoverture” became their first true hit as it made it to number five on the Billboard charts and was certified six times platinum. Its follow up, “Point of Know Return” did slightly better and charted at number four on the music charts. If you want to relive the magic of some of their biggest hits, then get your Kansas the Band tickets and watch them hit the stage, live.

 

 

Kansas the Band Venues

  • Kansas - The Band Adler Theatre
  • Kansas - The Band Capitol Theater At Overture Center for the Arts
  • Kansas - The Band Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts - Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
  • Kansas - The Band Florida Theatre Jacksonville
  • Kansas - The Band Goodyear Theater
  • Kansas - The Band Great Hall at Charles F. Dodge City Center
  • Kansas the Band Horseshoe Casino - Southern Indiana
  • Kansas - The Band North Charleston Performing Arts Center
  • Kansas - The Band Palace Theater - CT
  • Kansas - The Band Santander Performing Arts Center
  • Kansas - The Band Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center
  • Kansas - The Band Silver Creek Event Center At Four Winds
  • Kansas - The Band State Theatre - MN
  • Kansas - The Band Tallahassee Pavilion
  • Kansas - The Band University At Buffalo Center For The Arts
  • Kansas - The Band Victoria Theatre - Dayton

Kansas the Band Tickets

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Every few years, someone comes along to set records that last a lifetime. Their songs and music stay with you for the rest of your life and become part of the popular culture. Kansas is one band that fits that very definition of special artists. Fans can recall every lyric, beat drop and pluck of their guitar string when they listen to their evergreen tracks. Their recordings have stood the test of time and will continue to entertain generations for years to come.

Kansas is Formed

In the late sixties and early seventies, there were two main progressive rock bands in Topeka, Kansas. One was initially know as the “The Reasons Why” before they changing their name to “Saratoga.”The band consisted of Kerry Livgren (guitar, keyboards), who would write the music and songs. The second band was “White Clover” and had Phil Ehart (drums, percussion) and Dave Hope (bass). In 1970, these two bands merged to form Kansas. The partnership was short lived as creative differences led to the dissolution of the band.

By 1973, Ehart and Hope had reformed “White Clover” along with Robby Steinhardt (vocals, violin, cello, and viola), Steve Walsh (vocals, keyboards, synthesizers, percussion) and Rich Williams (guitars). Soon after they managed to recruit Livgren as well and once again adopted the name Kansas. Within a year they had signed their first major record deal and were on their way to greatness.

Kansas Step up and Deliver

Kansas released their first self titled album in 1974 and it charted at the hundred and seventy fourth spot on the Billboard charts. It was certified gold just like their follow up albums, “Song for America” and “Masque” which were released in 1975. They made it to number fifty seven and seventy respectively and laid the groundwork for their most successful albums to date.

“Leftoverture” was released in 1976 and made it to number five on the Billboard charts, becoming their first top ten recording in history. It was certified six times platinum as well. Their following album, “Point of Know Return” also became a sextuple platinum album. It made it to number four on the US music charts and the single titled “Dust in the Wind” became the band’s highest selling song to date. It made it to number six on the Billboard singles chart and was certified platinum, with over a million sales worldwide.

Kansas also has a live album, as well as a compilation album that managed to record platinum level sales. Their live album, titled “Two for the Show” came out in 1978 and made it to number seventy eight on the Billboard charts. Even though their compilation effort, titled “The Best of Kansas” only made it to one hundred and fifty fourth spot on the US music charts, it was certified four times platinum and is among their best selling albums.An incredible legacy

Kansas has a sound that resonates with a wide variety of people, which is why it has been used in everything from television shows to movies and video games. Some of the biggest names in music today like the Foo Fighters, Dream Theater and Scorpions have professed being influenced by the band and have covered their songs over the years. The use of their tracks in movies like ‘Old School,’ television shows like ‘Supernatural’ and video games like ‘Guitar Hero’ have provided them with an even more diversified fan base.

As they now make a comeback to the stage and the recording studio, here is the chance all their fans have been waiting for. To watch these legends in their element, playing some of their greatest hits is a once in a lifetime opportunity. If you want to be part of the experience, then get your Kansas the Band tickets and catch them as they headline a concert to remember for a long time to come yet.

KANSAS THE BAND NEWS AND UPDATES

Kansas extend their tour

There is some great news for the fans of progressive rock band Kansas. They have announced that they will be extending their “Leftoverture Tour.” They began their road trip on August 25, 2016 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their 1976 album, Leftoverture. The record was a massive hit that has been certified five times platinum by the RIAA. Now Kansas have decided to add another thirty two dates to the tour which will see them taking the stage in San Diego, Los Angeles, Houston and San Francisco among other major cities.

Kansas the Band Schedule

Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Kansas the Band's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Madison at the Capitol Theater At Overture Center for the Arts on 17-Nov-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Davenport at the Adler Theatre on 4-Apr-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Kansas - The Band Capitol Theater At Overture Center for the Arts Madison, WI Fri Nov 17 201711/17 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band State Theatre - MN Minneapolis, MN Sat Nov 18 201711/18 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band University At Buffalo Center For The Arts Buffalo, NY Fri Nov 24 201711/24 07:30 PM
Kansas - The Band Goodyear Theater Akron, OH Sat Nov 25 201711/25 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band North Charleston Performing Arts Center North Charleston, SC Fri Dec 01 201712/01 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Florida Theatre Jacksonville Jacksonville, FL Sat Dec 02 201712/02 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Tallahassee Pavilion Tallahassee, FL Wed Dec 06 201712/06 07:30 PM
Kansas - The Band Great Hall at Charles F. Dodge City Center Hollywood, FL Fri Dec 08 201712/08 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center Lady Lake, FL Sat Dec 09 201712/09 07:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts - Raleigh Memorial Auditorium Raleigh, NC Wed Dec 13 201712/13 08:00 PM

Kansas the Band Tickets Prices

The average price for Kansas the Band Tickets start from $100. The minimum get in price is $42 for Kansas the Band Tickets at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts - Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, Raleigh. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Kansas - The Band Madison 17-Nov-17 $108 $85
Kansas - The Band Minneapolis 18-Nov-17 $100 $51
Kansas - The Band Buffalo 24-Nov-17 $178 $67
Kansas - The Band Akron 25-Nov-17 $480 $55
Kansas - The Band North Charleston 1-Dec-17 $129 $52
Kansas - The Band Jacksonville 2-Dec-17 $150 $74
Kansas - The Band Tallahassee 6-Dec-17 $125 $65
Kansas - The Band Hollywood 8-Dec-17 $144 $55
Kansas - The Band Lady Lake 9-Dec-17 $309 $249
Kansas - The Band Raleigh 13-Dec-17 $128 $42

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