The 2018 Fall Concerts Of Kansas City

Get ready to fan-girl over this fall's concert list




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Taylor Swift

If there’s a single person who can fill a football stadium to capacity, it’s the singer-songwriter who’s surpassed the definition of “superstar.”Find your seats early to see her openers, pop auteur Charli XCX and Fifth Harmony breakout Camila Cabello. chiefs.com/schedule/event-calendar/taylor-swift

 

Ringo Starr

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Ringo Starr

Sir Ringo Starr is taking over Starlight on September 3. He’ll be performing with “His All-Starr Band,” and the show promises all the classic hits audiences love. kcstarlight.com

 

Boy George & Culture Club

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Boy George & Culture Club and the B-52s

Attention anyone who was a teenager in the 80s: This is a concert designed just for you. Wear your parachute pants, grab your Members Only jacket, work some big hair and get your bad self over to the Starlight on September 7. kcstarlight.com

 

Counting Crows

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Counting Crows

The 25 Years and Counting tour lands at Starlight on September 11. Lead vocalist Adam Duritz says fans should get ready for old favorites and some new songs. kcstarlight.com

 

Maroon 5

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Maroon 5

Returning with their Red Pill Blues tour, Maroon 5 is set to take on the Sprint Center with opener Julia Michaels on September 11. “The Voice” coach Adam Levine will be bringing the vocals with hits like “Sugar” and “Girls Like You.” maroon5.com/tour

 

Lupe Fiasco

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Lupe Fiasco

Rapper Lupe Fiasco comes to the Truman on September 14th with his new album “Drogas Light.” thetrumankc.com