The warm holiday spirit was alive at the Midland for 9.65 the Buzz’s Homegrown for the Holidays event that featured local acts The Beautiful Bodies, Making Movies, and Rev Gusto with semi-local band The Mowglis and their tourmates Royal Teeth.
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96.5 the Buzz brought another stellar lineup to town for its Buzz Halloweenie Roast. The sold out event featured The Naked + Famous, Portugal. The Man, The 1975, The Colourist and Crystal Fighters and photographer Scott Spychalski was there to capture these photos from the night:
Many have said that you couldn’t have an alternative music festival in the middle of the country, but on Friday, 17,000 Buzz listeners proved those naysayers wrong by flocking to Kansas City’s Riverfront Park for Buzz Beach Beall: an alternative music festival featuring Phoenix, Hanni El Katib, Radkey, Daughter, Awolnation, Kitten, Cage the Elephant and more.
Everyone’s favorite banjo-wielding rockers have a final treat for fans before they wrap up their Full English tour. Mumford & Sons will broadcast their last stop on the tour live and commercial free.
With October just around the corner, Kansas City’s 96.5 the Buzz has announced a 2-part Halloween concert celebration event. So if you were looking for a cheap and fun way to celebrate the season, the Buzz has it covered.
96.5 the Buzz and local Kansas City artists are teaming up together benefit the family of Chad Rogers, a Liberty runner and friend of the Buzz that tragically passed away in July.
The dynamic musical duo Matt & Kim paid Kansas City a visit this weekend, rocking a free show in the Power and Light District.
BUTS Night 1 is set to feature The Lumineers, Cold War Kids, The Neighbourhood, and The Mowglis.
The Night the Buzz Stole Xmas will last 3 nights beginning December 14 and running through December 16 at the Midland Theater. All shows are all ages and tickets for all the nights cost $60. Individual shows will cost $30.
Happy Even When It Rains: Buzz Under the Stars fans brave the storm for Garbage, fun., Silversun Pickups & more
The summer in Kansas City, much like the rest of the country, has been sweltering. For the first two bands at 96.5 the Buzz’s Buzz Under the Stars, that sweltering heat showed no signs of going anywhere. But Mother Nature felt like testing the music fans’ dedication to the show and rolled in a very large storm. Nearly two hours later, the storm passed with a double rainbow apology and the show would go on, making for one of the most memorable Buzz Under the Stars to date. And no, the irony of it raining just before Garbage played was not lost on anyone.
Foster the People, 9 more bands bring plenty of surprises to Kansas City’s most memorable Buzz Beach Ball
I have to hand it to 96.5 the Buzz this year – they picked out a diverse and killer lineup for this year’s Buzz Beach Ball and with the surprises during Foster the People’s and Sublime with Rome’s performances, Beach Ball really felt like a festival this year and not just a really long concert.