Kansas Tickets

Year 2013 celebrated the 40th anniversary of Kansas, the most influential progressive rock bands to have emerged in the past four decades. As the band hit different cities on their 2013 tour, fans bought Kansas tickets to catch the original band members live on stage. Marking the reunion of all the six legendary musicians of Kansas for the first time in thirty years, the event was one that fans will remember for years to come.
Active since 70s, Kansas is an American band whose music falls in the genres of progressive and hard rock. Formed in 1970 in Topeka, the band first started playing as a trio consisting of Kerry Livgren, Dave Hope, and Phil Ehart- the founders of the band. In 1971, with the arrival of violinist Robbie Steinhardt, the name of the band was changed to White Clover. Next year, two new members, guitarist Richard Williams and keyboardist/vocalist Steve Walsh joined the band and the Kansas moniker was adopted again.

Kansas Venues

  • Kansas - The Band Alcove Springs Park
  • Kansas - The Band Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
  • Kansas - The Band Au-Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts
  • Kansas Belterra Casino Resort
  • Kansas - The Band Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
  • Kansas - The Band Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino
  • Kansas - The Band Fabulous Fox Theatre - St. Louis
  • Kansas - The Band Fox Theatre - Detroit
  • Kansas - The Band Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center
  • Kansas - The Band HEB Performance Hall At Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
  • Kansas - The Band Heinz Hall
  • Kansas - The Band Honeywell Center
  • Kansas - The Band Keswick Theatre
  • Kansas - The Band Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
  • Kansas - The Band Lyric Opera House - MD
  • Kansas - The Band Majestic Theatre - Dallas
  • Kansas - The Band Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
  • Kansas - The Band Nutty Brown Cafe & Amphitheatre
  • Kansas - The Band Ovens Auditorium
  • Kansas - The Band Pabst Theater
  • Kansas - The Band Paramount Theatre - Huntington
  • Kansas - The Band Peabody Auditorium
  • Kansas - The Band Ruth Eckerd Hall
  • Kansas - The Band Ryman Auditorium
  • Kansas - The Band Saenger Theatre - AL
  • Kansas - The Band Sandler Center For The Performing Arts
  • Kansas - The Band Scotts Bluff County Fairground
  • Kansas - The Band State Theatre - Kalamazoo
  • Kansas - The Band Taft Theatre
  • Kansas - The Band Tarrytown Music Hall
  • Kansas - The Band The Carolina Opry Theater
  • Kansas - The Band The Chicago Theatre
  • Kansas - The Band The Grove of Anaheim
  • Kansas - The Band The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
  • Kansas - The Band The Rose Music Center at The Heights
  • Kansas - The Band Thomas Wolfe Auditorium at U.S. Cellular Center - Asheville
  • Kansas - The Band Township Auditorium
  • Kansas - The Band Ulster Performing Arts Center
  • Kansas Vina Robles Amphitheater
  • Kansas - The Band Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

Kansas Tickets

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The early years of the band’s formation were spent in relentless touring which earned them enough recognition and the band signed their first contract with Kirshner label. Kansas’s first release on Kirshner label came out in 1974. It was a self-titled album which was recorded in New York. The album remained quite successful in establishing the signature sound of the band which was a complex mix of American boogie rock and British progressive rock. However, the band’s most distinctive sound was that of heartland rock added by the violinist Steinhardt.

With the help of Kirshner’s promotion and the extensive tours of their debut album, the band faced no difficulties in developing a nationwide cult following. Next year, in 1975, the band released two albums, "Song for America" and "Masque."In 1976, the band released "Leftoverture," their fourth album whose hit single was "Carry On Wayward Son." Reaching on #5 on Billboard, this album is regarded as the band’s first major breakthrough. In 2001, the album was certified five times platinum.

A year later, their fifth album, "Point of Know Return" hit the stores. This album peaked higher than the last one, landing at #4. The two hit singles of the album included "Dust in the Wind" and the title track. Both fourth and fifth album of Kansas sold more than four million copies each. "Monolith," the follow-up of "Point of Know Return" came out in 1979. This sixth studio album of Kansas was self-produced with its single "People of the South Wind" landing among the Top 40. Although this album wasn’t as successful as the last two albums, it was certified platinum.

The period from 1974-1979 is regarded as the golden era of Kansas. It was during this time period that the band rose to national prominence becoming a major headlining act in the country. The band also did a number of sold out concerts at venues like Madison Square Garden. To document this era, the band released a live album named "Two for the Show" in which most of the recordings are of their live performances from the tours of1977 and 1978. It was during this same period that the band was named Ambassadors of Goodwill by UNICEF.

In the early 80s, the tensions started to arise among the group which eventually led to the change in their original line-up. The first album to come out in this period was "Audio-Visions" which produced a Top 40 single "Hold On" and was certified gold. Creative differences started to surface among the group due to the new direction that their lyrics were taking. Soon, Walsh left the band and was replaced by vocalist, John Elefante. With Elefante, the first album of Kansas was "Vinyl Confessions" which managed to gather new audience with its new Christianity-based lyrics.

In the following years, the line-up was changed a dozen more times resulting in their next eight albums. Their last studio album "Somewhere to Elsewhere" came out in 2000. The band started its "Collegiate Symphony Tour" in 2011 and next year they kicked off their "Fall 2012 Tour." To mark their 40th Anniversary, the band announced a number of concerts in 2013 which fans attended by getting some cheap Kansas tickets .

Kansas Schedule

Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Kansas's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Deadwood at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino on 20-Jul-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Fort Lauderdale at the Au-Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts on 15-Dec-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Kansas - The Band Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino Deadwood, SD Fri Jul 20 201807/20 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Cedar Falls, IA Wed Jul 25 201807/25 07:00 PM
Kansas - The Band The Rose Music Center at The Heights Dayton, OH Fri Jul 27 201807/27 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Belterra Casino Resort Florence, IN Sat Jul 28 201807/28 07:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Honeywell Center Wabash, IN Sun Jul 29 201807/29 07:30 PM
Kansas - The Band Scotts Bluff County Fairground Mitchell, NE Sat Aug 04 201808/04 07:30 PM
Kansas - The Band Sandler Center For The Performing Arts Virginia Beach, VA Fri Aug 10 201808/10 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Ovens Auditorium Charlotte, NC Sat Aug 11 201808/11 08:00 PM
Kansas - The Band The Carolina Opry Theater Myrtle Beach, SC Sun Aug 12 201808/12 06:00 PM
Kansas - The Band Tarrytown Music Hall Tarrytown, NY Fri Aug 17 201808/17 08:00 PM

Kansas Tickets Prices

The average price for Kansas Tickets start from $61. The minimum get in price is $18 for Kansas Tickets at the The Rose Music Center at The Heights, Dayton. 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 Deadwood 20-Jul-18 $106 $50
Kansas - The Band Cedar Falls 25-Jul-18 $130 $55
Kansas - The Band Dayton 27-Jul-18 $83 $18
Kansas - The Band Florence 28-Jul-18 $85 $59
Kansas - The Band Wabash 29-Jul-18 $149 $64
Kansas - The Band Mitchell 4-Aug-18 $61 $59
Kansas - The Band Virginia Beach 10-Aug-18 $149 $55
Kansas - The Band Charlotte 11-Aug-18 $125 $51
Kansas - The Band Myrtle Beach 12-Aug-18 $141 $101
Kansas - The Band Tarrytown 17-Aug-18 $165 $79

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