Concerts in Kansas City

Updated May 30, 2023

Stadium tour or intimate show, household name or up-and-coming star—Kansas City’s concert lineup has you covered.

Check out some of the biggest shows scheduled in the next few months and catch a live show from one of your must-see performers (or find a new favorite band) at KC’s stellar venues.


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A blockbuster series of tours make stops at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium this summer. Luke Combs arrives in June, then Taylor Swift plays back-to-back shows on her Eras Tour in July. August opens with Ed Sheeran, followed up by Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks a few weeks later. (Although it’s after summer officially concludes, Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour takes the stage for the stadium’s final show of the year on Oct. 1.)

For another larger-than-life stadium show this summer, don't miss country star Jake Owen as his tour for an all-new album stops at Kauffman Stadium on July 29.

The ever-popular Miller Lite Hot Country Nights series returns to the KC Live! Block this summer, bringing a dozen national country acts to the stage from June to August. Plus, most shows are free to attend. And don't miss Boulevardia, a two-day festival over Father's Day Weekend that takes over Grand Boulevard at Crown Center with a nonstop lineup of performances, headlined by Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit and Surfaces.

Head to T-Mobile Center for Shania Twain, Azura Amphitheater for Fall Out Boy or Starlight Theatre for ZZ Top. Then check out the below lineup at venues around the region for even more highlights.








Kansas City's Concert Venues


Join the crowd at a raucous arena show or find a totally new sound inside a tucked-away Downtown KC venue. Explore Kansas City's many spaces for live music and see what they have lined up in the months ahead.

Kansas City Jazz

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No music lover's time in the Heart of America is complete without indulging in a bit of Kansas City jazz. Here's where to experience the time-honored KC tradition—plus, make a trip to the American Jazz Museum to deepen your knowledge on the genre's roots and lasting legacy within the city.