LouFest is a great festival for first-timers. The festival is conveniently located in the heart of the city, fest food is affordable and vegetarian friendly, there are plenty of shady places to sit and chill out and the weather should be good. Still, here are some tips for the first-time fest crowd.
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Kansas City packed the Midland to rock out with Steel Panther at 98.9 the Rock’s Christmas show. Isaac James opened.
Sold Out The Night the Buzz Stole Xmas feat. Arctic Monkeys, Foals, Head & the Heart, Bastille & Outsides Delivers Memorable Show
Each year, Kansas City’s 96.5 the Buzz hosts “The Night the Buzz Stole Xmas” – a radio festival featuring a diverse lineup of bands at the Midland Theatre. This year, they really out did themselves with a lineup featuring the Arctic Monkeys, Foals, The Head & the Heart, Bastille, Nonono & homegrown artist Outsides. As […]
Kansas City raised a glass to the National’s evening under the stars concert at Starlight Theater.
Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand crossed the great pond to pay Lawrence, Kansas, a visit. It had been a few years since the four-piece was last in town and even longer since they had headlined in Kansas, so the crowd was ready to dance the night away with the band after a long wait.
Photographer Scott Spychalski shares these photos from the night:
The Midland was packed Sunday night for a strange, but good night of music from the Strangeland tour. The UK’s alternative pop rock group was set to headline the evening with big, motivational singalong numbers, but first the audience was introduced to an energetic new rock band from California, Youngblood Hawke.
Kansas City Metal music lovers had a special treat when Slash performed at the Midland last week.
Kansas City’s Beaumont Club had quickly sold out when Snow Patrol was announced as coming to town and the venue was already packed with people scrambling for a good spot well before opener Ed Sheeran started. But when the lone singer with an acoustic guitar humbly took to the stage, one thing was clear. These people had come for one thing and one thing only: Snow Patrol. Sheeran would have his work cut out for him to win this crowd. Fortunately, Sheeran is a one man superstar band.