Publications


To order copies of any of the below publications, as well as attraction brochures, Kansas City maps or other materials, contact Visit KC toll-free at 800-767-7700.


Visit KC Annual Report

The Annual Report describes Visit KC's activities in the areas of convention and tourism promotion. It also serves as an overview of the organization's mission, history, funding and departmental goals. It is released yearly. For more information, contact Derek Klaus at 816-691-3849. 

View the 2017 Visit KC Annual Report

 

 

Visit KC | Official Visitors Guide

Visit KC, Kansas City's Official Visitors Guide, is produced annually by Visit KC in partnership with Madden Media. Published every March, it is the only local guide sent to visitors prior to their trip, and also is available for free in local hotels, visitor centers, convention venues, Missouri welcome centers and other local attractions. For more information, contact Derek Klaus at 816-691-3849.

Click here to view the electronic version. To order print copies, call 800-767-7700 or request a printed copy. For advertising information, contant Kim Thompson at 866-323-0226.

Visit KC Mini Guide

Updated every other year, this publication provides a quick overview of Kansas City's entertainment districts, traditions and day trips. Learn more about KC's nightlife and culinary scenes, America's Creative Crossroads, professional sports and shopping excursions. For more information, contact Derek Klaus at 816-691-3849.

To order print copies, call 800-767-7700.

Dine KC: Downtown Entertainment Guide

Published each spring, this helpful map categorizes and lists every downtown restaurant, coffee shop bar and nightclub. Published in cooperation with the Downtown Council and the Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund. For more information, contact Derek Klaus at 816-691-3849.

To order print copies, call 800-767-7700.

DIVERSE KC: A Guide to Multicultural KC

The Multicultural Guide is printed every other year. The guide profiles Kansas City's rich history of diversity and lists the many attractions, historic sites, and special events that have ties to Kansas City's ethnic communities. Advertising accepted. For more information, contact Derek Klaus at 816-691-3849. To order print copies, call 800-767-7700.

Kelli O'Hara, Broadway star in concert

Kelli O’Hara is one of the biggest stars on Broadway, and her work in film, television, and opera have made her acclaim even greater. The Tony Award winner will bring her unique mix of classicism and show business to Kansas City for selections from Broadway and the Great American Songbook.

Hugh Jackman

Academy Award®-nominated, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning performer, Hugh Jackman will bring The Man. The Music. The Show to Sprint Center on Oct. 13. You will see Jackman performing hit songs from The Greatest Showman, Les Misérables and more from Broadway and film, accompanied by a live orchestra.

Paul Childres Concert in the Caves

Blending Pop, R&B, and Soul, Paul Childers is leading a new breed of Singer/Songwriters and Guitarists. Paul finds a way to blur the lines cast between Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimi Hendrix styles of guitar playing, a Motown rhythm section, and Pop vocal melodies. He is returning to the caves for another epic show! 

B-Side mini 2019

We're celebrating our second annual music festival - in a teenier way!
 
Join us Oct. 4th First Friday for B-Side Mini!
 
Acts include our house band I Threw a Chair, Winny Wallet and the Workshop, and local musician Sean Groff.
 
Inside the gallery we will be showing many mini works, small doodles, sculptures and more.
 
Big thanks to Brewery Emperial for providing the event with beverages!

Merriam Drive Live!

Downtown Merriam will transform into a street and lawn party full of music on two stages, food trucks, adult beverages and a Cornhole Tournament. Performers include: Four Fried Chickens & a Coke; Red Guitar; Stolen Winnebagos; Fast Times and Noe Palma. Enjoy this annual music fest for FREE in downtown Merriam.

Brahms’ Fourth and Bach’s Fantasia

Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center
Jason Seber, David T. Beals III Associate Conductor
Paul Jacobs, organ
 
J.S. BACH/ELGAR Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor
MICHAEL DAUGHERTY Once Upon a Castle for Organ and Orchestra
BRAHMS Symphony No. 4
 

Finlandia and Schumann’s Piano Concerto

Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center
Michael Stern, conductor
Martin Helmchen, piano
 
SIBELIUS Finlandia
R. SCHUMANN Piano Concerto
DANIEL KELLOGG The Golden Spike (Kansas City Symphony commission, world premiere)
SMETANA “Blaník” from Má vlast
 

The Medical Arts Symphony of Kansas City Fall Concert

The Medical Arts Symphony of Kansas City includes physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, healthcare students, as well as other musicians from the Kansas City area.  This fall concert will include: The New World Symphony - Dvorak , Fanfare for the Common Man – Copeland, Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Cello, s Gion Overture - Jose Gonzalez Granero