Kansas City Tickets
The town of Kansas City, which straddles the states of Kansas and Missouri, is one of the largest and most populated areas in the entire midwestern region. The city is nicknamed “the City of Fountains,” as there are more than 200 fountains in the downtown area of the city that have helped make the downtown area so famous. Kansas City is known for a number of things including its world-famous barbecue and for its numerous contributions to the jazz and a blues music industries. The city is also known for its rich culture and numerous eateries and art centers.
There are several professional sports teams in Kansas City. The Kansas City Chiefs, the professional football team in the city plays their home games at the Arrowhead Stadium in downtown. The professional baseball team in the city, the Kansas City Royals, play their home games in the downtown Kauffman Stadium. Although this stadium is one of the most famous in the Midwest, it has recently been surpassed by Kansas City’s professional soccer stadium; the Livestrong Sporting Park, which is one of the largest soccer arenas in the country.
Those looking to enjoy live music and concerts in Kansas City can see live music and theater performances have a number of options. The Kauffman Performing Arts Center, located in downtown, is home to a number of theatrical performances, ballets and classical music concerts. There are other chances for those in the city to see live performances as well. The area’s top professional theater company, The Kansas City Repertory Theatre hosts its performances in the outdoor Starlight Theatre in the city. There are also performances from the Kansas City Symphony that can be enjoyed at the Lyric Theatre of downtown. Also, music fans who want to enjoy live opera can find tickets to the Civic Opera Theatre of Kansas City at the Folly Theatre in downtown as well as the UMKC Performing Arts Center.
Larger name musical acts can also be seen at the Kauffman Center or at the massive Sprint Center downtown, which has hosted some of the biggest names in music. The new Livestrong Sporting Park can also expand to seat 25,000 fans for concerts and has hosted several large concert events.