From jazz-infused venues to state-of-the-art meeting facilities, you’ll find it all in Kansas City. Get to know all of KC’s meeting and event space in the buildings that make it all possible. For an even better look, schedule a tour to see it firsthand.
Bartle Hall’s massive 388,800 square feet of column-free floor space has made it one of the premier spots for events in downtown Kansas City. Whether it’s an international conference or a smaller gathering, Bartle Hall’s versatility means it can be perfect for any event.
The Municipal Auditorium in downtown Kansas City features inspiring Art Deco architecture from the inside out. With an arena, exhibition hall, music hall and the Little Theatre all under its roof, the Municipal Auditorium is one of the most unique event spaces in Kansas City.
Kemper Arena is nestled away just outside of the heart of downtown Kansas City. It’s a high adaptability means it can host a variety of events like rodeos, concerts and even the world’s largest barbecue contest.
The Kansas City Convention Center is now home to one of the largest eco-friendly ballrooms in the country. The new 46,484-square-foot ballroom is connected to Bartle Hall, which features 388,800 square feet of exhibit space. The ballroom can hold 4,650 people theater style or 3,000 people for meal functions. It is a green building, having received Silver LEED certification. The ballroom features a daylighting system that allows natural light into the room, cutting-edge lighting technology that can be programmed to any color and a 38-foothigh glass wall that runs the entire length of the south wall. The ballroom is part of a multi-phase renovation project at the Convention Center that included a $14 million makeover at the Music Hall that expanded the stage and reconfigured the seats to improve sightlines.