February Concerts Coming to KC

Although February is the shortest and coldest month, multiple A-list artists will be stopping by Kansas City for live performances.

Katie Fitzgerald, Reporter

This February, Kansas City will be busy hosting concerts throughout the whole month. From oldies like KISS to young stars like Travis Scott, there is sure to be a concert anyone can attend this month.

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Brendon Urie of Panic! af the Disco performs live in concert at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 2, 2017 in New York City. (Jeffrey Geller/Zuma Press/TNS)

Panic! At the Disco

When: Feb. 2

Where: Sprint Center

Starting Price: $30.75*

American rock band Panic! At the Disco performs at the Sprint Center in Kansas City MO Saturday, February 2 for their Pray for the Wicked Tour. The album, which released in June, sold 180,000 total copies in the first week, making it the best sales week for an alternative rock album since U2’s “Songs of Experience.” Their most popular song from the album includes “Say Amen (Saturday Night).”  

 

Kelly Clarkson

When: Feb. 7

Where: Sprint Center

Starting Price: $29*

American singer-songwriter launches her 2019 Meaning of Life Tour and will be performing in Kansas City at the Sprint Center February 7. Clarkson will be performing her 2017 album Meaning of Life alongside special guests Kelsea Berini and Brynn Cartelli, last season’s winner on NBC’s The Voice. This will be Clarkson’s first headline run in three years. 

 

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Elton John preforms at Staples Center in Los Angeles Tuesday night, Jan. 22, 2018. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Elton John

When: Feb. 13

Where: Sprint Center

Starting Price: $49.50*

English singer, pianist, and composer, Elton John, will be performing live at the Kansas City Sprint Center Feb 13. After a successful 50 year career, John has announced his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour. ” The tour began Sept 8 2018 and will consist of over 300 concerts worldwide across five continents to truly end his career with a bang. 

 

Blake Shelton

When: Feb. 15

Where: Sprint Center

Starting Price: $49*

American country singer and songwriter, Blake Shelton, brings his Friends and Heroes tour to Kansas City, at the Sprint Center Feb. 15. Joining his tour are Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Trace Adkins. Alongside them will also be American Idol runner-up and country singer and songwriter, Lauren Alaina, most popularly known for her 2017 hit “Road Less Traveled.” 

 

Travis Scott

When: Feb. 17

Where: Sprint Center

Starting Price: $29.50*

American rapper and multi platinum superstar, Travis Scott brings the second leg of his “Wish You Were Here” tour in support of his best selling album ASTROWORLD. Scott performs at Kansas City’s Sprint Center Feb. 17. 

 

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(Photo credit Jen Rosenstein)

Kiss

When: Feb. 27

Where: Sprint Center

Starting Price: $49.50*

American rock band, Kiss, after a 45 year career, launches its last “End of the Road” farewell tour. The tour will be a opportunity to celebrate acknowledge the end of the Rock and Roll era. The tour began Jan. 31 2019 in Vancouver and will end April 13 in Birmingham, Alabama with a stop Feb 27 at Kansas City’s Sprint Center. 

*Prices pulled from Sprint Center website

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