The 2018 Fall Concerts Of Kansas City

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

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Andy Grammer


Andy Grammer

34-year-old pop superstar Andy Grammer is coming to the Ameristar Casino and Hotel on October 6, bringing with him crowd pleasers like “Honey, I’m Good” and “Good to be Alive,” which went multi-platinum and was ranked one of the best-selling songs in 2015. In other words, Andy Grammer will not disappoint.


Open Spaces

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Open Spaces

It’s an arts explosion at Open Spaces on October 12 – 14. Eleven artists are scheduled to perform, including hometown favorite Janelle Monáe on October 13.


Ed Sheeran

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Ed Sheeran

British superstar Ed Sheeran returns to Arrowhead with his “North America Stadium Tour” on October 13. The red-headed singer (and Taylor Swift’s bestie) is known for his Grammy-winning hit “Thinking Out Loud,” along with others such as “Photograph” and “Perfect.”


Fleetwood Mac

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For those of you who like a good throwback and to get in all the old feels, Fleetwood Mac is your jam. The Grammy-award winning band takes America by storm again with their brand-new tour, hitting the Sprint Center on October 18.


Niki Minaj


Nicki Minaj

Rap icon Nicki Minaj will be doing her “thang” at the Sprint Center on November 4. Future and a rumored 6ix9ine will be joining the “Queen” on stage.


Scotty McCreery

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Scotty McCreery

“American Idol” season 10 winner Scotty McCreery brings his tour to Kansas City on November 4, highlighting some of his best country hits with his new album, “Seasons Change.” McCreery is the only country music star in history to chart a song without the backing of a record label.


Twenty One Pilots


21 Pilots

The Grammy-winning “Stressed Out” duo, Twenty One Pilots, will be in K.C. the day before Thanksgiving.So escape your family and head to the Sprint Center on November 21.