Thundergong!, starring Jason Sudeikis, will be virtual

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More about KC’s Jason Sudeikis and ‘Ted Lasso’

Jason Sudeikis, a native of Overland Park, created the acclaimed Apple TV+ series and stars in it. “Ted Lasso.”

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Jason Sudeikis and his hit TV show, “Ted Lasso,”Last month, seven Emmy Awards were won. Season two’s final episode aired last week to great critical acclaim. Sudeikis will host the next episode. “Saturday Night Live”23 October What’s next?

He’ll return to his hometown of Kansas City for the fifth annual Thundergong! Jason Sudeikis and Friends. It’s a music and comedy event benefiting the Steps of Faith Foundation, at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20 at the Uptown. Theater. The audience will be able watch the performance virtually for the second year in succession. The good news: It’s free.

The 2020 show, which featured stars such as Will Forte and Fred Armisen, Wynonna Judd, Wynonna Judd, Wynonna, Brandi Carlile, Fred Armisen, and Brandi Carlile, raised nearly $400,000 to support the foundation that aids amputees. Sudeikis’ longtime friend Billy Brimblecom Jr., who lost his left leg to cancer, is the foundation’s executive director.

Thundergong.org is the place to go to get on the livestream feed for Nov. 20, or to contribute.

IMG_thundergong7_2_1_AVEO2JVG_L428481444 (1).JPGJason Sudeikis, as seen here in shaggier times. He will be bringing back Thundergong!, which is a benefit for Steps of Faith Foundation, Nov. 20, at the Uptown Theater. It will be a virtual event. Roy Inman, file photo Special to The Star

On sale Friday, Oct. 15

RecordBar. Patrick Droney. February 16, RecordBar. $18

Joan, February 26, RecordBar. $20-$23

Joy Oladokun, RecordBar, April 22, Joy Oladokun. $17-20

The Mavericks May 12-14, Knuckleheads $45

The Mavericks 2 (1).JPGKnuckleheads will be host to the Mavericks May 12-14. Joyce Marshall File photo

Just announced

Postponed: Judas priest, Oct. 19, Cable Dahmer Centre. $39.50-$298

Canceled Trailer Park Boys, Dec. 1, Uptown $29.50-$202

Postponed Dec. 5, 2022: Disney Princess: The Concert, Arvest Bank Theatre, The Midland. $29.50-$80

Canceled: Impractical Jokers. Dec. 18, T-Mobile Center. $52.50-$153

Jimmie Vaughan, Oct. 28, Knuckleheads. $29.50

Gus Johnson April 2, Folly. $39.50

The Truman, Sept. 24, Dinosaur Jr. $28

IMG_arts_Jimmie_Vaughan__2_1_A8IILFH_L11623396.JPGKnuckleheads, Oct. 28, will feature Jimmie Vaughan as guitarist. Charles Sykes File photo

Also on sale

October

The Front Bottoms, October 14, Granada. $28

Maverick City Oct. 14, Connection Point Church Sold out

David Ramirez, Matt Costa, Oct. 15, Riot Room. $15

Eli Young Band, Oct. 15, Knuckleheads. $35

Legends of Hip Hop, Oct. 15, Municipal Auditorium $61-$1127

Satsang with Tim Snider, Wolfgang Timber, Oct. 15, Knuckleheads. $15

Steel Panther, Oct. 15, The Truman. $27.50-$55

Vicki Lawrence, Mama, Oct. 15, Ameristar. $40-$145

Almost Kiss and KC/DC. Oct. 16, Aztec. $20

Andrea Bocelli, Oct. 16, T-Mobile Center. $80-$1,500

Pokey LaFarge, Oct. 16, Knuckleheads. $29.50

Preacher Lawson Oct. 16, Ameristar $20-$35

Rusko, Oct. 16, Aura. $25

Bob Bowman Quintet (Oct. 17, Yardley Hall). $25

Crystal Bowersox, Oct. 17, Knuckleheads. $20

Winterlude, Bob Bowman Oct. 17, Yardley Hall $25

August Burns with Fit for a Kings, Erra and Similar Moths to Flames. Oct. 19, The Truman. $27.50-$50

Black Label Society, Oct. 19, Uptown. $35-$45

In This Moment and Black Veil Brides, with Ded and Raven Black on Oct. 19, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland $35-$40

RecordBar. Jake Miller, Oct. 19, Jake Miller $20

Judas Priest, Oct. 19, Cable Dahmer Arena. $39.50-$298

Watkins Family Hour, October 19, Knuckleheads. $39.50

Marcus Lewis Big Band Oct. 20, Black Box $20-$30

$uicideboy$, October 20, Azura Amphitheater. $49.50-$59.50

LiveJazzKC Big Band Oct. 20, The Warwick $15-$65

Nurse Blake, October 20, Liberty Hall $34.50-$59.50

Bahamas with Sam Weber Oct. 21, The Truman. $25-50

Oct. 21, Granada. Dirt Monkey with Ravenscoon & Kumarion $20-25

Trey Kennedy, Oct. 21, Uptown. $35-$99

Oct. 22, Ameristar. Aaron Lewis $57-$75

Black Stone Cherry with Georgia Thunderbolts Oct. 22, Knuckleheads $20

Josh Rouse with Dan Tedesco Oct. 22, Knuckleheads $20

Kansas City Jazz Orchestra with Hanover Germany, Big Band, Oct. 22, Yardley Hall. $35-$45

Mega Ran, MC Lars, MC Frontalot, MC Frontalot, and Schaffer the Darklord, Oct. 22, Encore. $15

Nelly with Blanco Brown on Oct. 22, AzuraAmphitheater. $35-$125

Zomboy with Herobust Tvboo and Eazybaked Oct. 22, Uptown $32.50-$55

A Cowtown Revival featuring Danielle Nicole Band, Danny Cox & Friends, and many more, Oct. 23, Folly. $40-60

Demun Jones, Dusty Leigh, Oct. 23, Knuckleheads. $25

Dr. Dog, Oct. 23, The Truman. $27-$49

Kawehi, Oct. 23, Granada. $18

Ron White, Oct. 23, Ameristar. $70-$100

San Holo Oct. 23, Arvest Theatre Theatre at The Midland $23-40

Bleachers Oct. 24, Uptown Sold out

¡Mayday!, Oct. 24, Riot Room. $20

Terri Clark, Oct. 24, Knuckleheads. $38.50-$58.50

The Westerlies, Oct. 24, Lied Center $16-$30

“Yesterday and Today” — The Interactive Beatles Experience, Oct. 24, Yardley Hall. $25-$35

Walk the Moon Oct. 25, The Truman. $38-$70

Blackberry Smoke, Oct. 26, Uptown. $35-$79

Pink Martini featuring China Forbes, Oct. 26, Kauffman Center. $39-$79

Ruston Kelly with Margaret Glaspy Oct. 26, Knuckleheads. $20-$25

Black Violin, Oct. 27, Kauffman Center. $29-$59

Jimmie Vaughan, Oct. 28, Knuckleheads. $29.50

Grupo Firme, Oct. 29, T-Mobile Center. $49.50-$139.50

Peekaboo with Buku and Mize, Oct. 29, The Truman. $25-$55

Folly, Todd Snider Oct. 29, Folly. $35-$45

We Came as Romans with the Devil Wears Dayseeker and Prada, Oct. 29, Granada. $25

Asleep at a Wheel, Oct. 30, Kauffman Center. $39-$59

Dayglow Oct. 30, The Truman. $20-$25

Josh Turner, Oct. 30, Ameristar. $55-$170

MercyMe, Oct. 30, Cable Dahmer Arena. $30-$165

Strictly Alice, Oct. 30, Knuckleheads. $15

Dude Perfect, Oct. 31, T-Mobile Center. $28-$202

November

Crumb, Nov. 1, Granada. $25

Doug Stone and The Stone Age Band, Nov. 1, Knuckleheads. $25-40

Theory of a Deathman with 10 Years, Nov. 2, Arvest Bank Theatre of the Midland. $15-20

BeauSoleil with Michael Doucet Nov. 3, Knuckleheads. $24.50

The Cactus Blossoms (Nov. 3, Knuckleheads). $20

The Truman, Coin with Valley, Nov. 3. $25-$75

Cory and Antwaun Stanley: Cory and The Wongnotes, Nov. 3, Madrid $25

Gary Allan (Nov. 3, Uptown). $45-$99

Brett Young, Maddie & Tae, and Filmore, Nov. 4, Arvest Theatre at The Midland. $39.50-$59.50

Jinjer with Suicide Silence (Nov. 4, Granada). $25-$133

K.U. Symphony Orchestra with Tiempo Lbre, Nov. 4, Lied Center. $14-$25

Natalie Grant and Charlotte Gambill. Nov. 4, New Life Church Oak Grove. $24.99 – $49.99

Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Nov. 5, Uptown. $25-$75

The Brian McKnight 4, November 5, Lied Center $19-$50

David Phelps, Nov. 5, First Baptist Church, Kearney. $23-$100

Leonid & Friends, Nov. 5, Ameristar. $20-$120

Willie Watson, Nov. 5, Knuckleheads. $20

Commodores, Nov. 6, Ameristar. $57-$160

Darlene Love, Nov. 6, Yardley Hall. $35-$45

Habstrakt, Nov. 6, Aura. $20

Mary Gauthier and Jamiee Harris, Nov. 6, Knuckleheads. $35

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Nov. 7, RecordBar. $27.50-$30

John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas, Nov. 7, Knuckleheads. $55-$69.50

“Kansas City and All That’s Jazz,” Nov. 7, Yardley Hall. $25

Robbie Fulks, Nov. 7, Lied Center. $16-30

Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute at the Midland, Nov. 7, Arvest Bank Theatre. $25-$59

Winterlude, Kansas City and All That’s Jazz, Nov. 7, Yardley Hall. $25

Emmet Cohen Trio, Nov. 8, Lied Center. $19-$35

John Mark McMillan, Nov. 8, RecordBar. $25

X Ambassadors, Scarypoolparty and Taylor Janzen at Nov. 8, The Truman. $25-50

Every Time I Die with ’68 and Candy, Nov. 9, Granada. $22

Twiddle, Nov. 9, RecordBar. $22

The Monkees, Nov. 10, Uptown. $45-$79

Pigeons playing Ping Pong with Magic Beans. Nov. 10, The Truman. $25-$30

Silverstein with The Plot in You and Can’t Swim, Nov. 10, Granada. $25

Brothers Osborne, Travis Denning, and Tenille townes, Nov. 11, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland. $29.50-$59.50

David Nail, Nov. 11, Knuckleheads. $20

Chuck Prophet, Nov. 12, Knuckleheads. $20

Katt Williams, Nov. 12, T-Mobile Center. $59-$250

Queensryche, Nov. 12, Ameristar. $35-$55

Umphrey’s McGee, Nov. 12, The Truman. $35-$70

“Whose Live Anyway,”Nov. 12, Arvest Bank Theatre, The Midland. $39.50-$79.50

Newsboys, Nov. 13, Cable Dahmer Arena. $15-$89.75

Revolucion De Amor, Nov. 13, Knuckleheads. $15

Folly, Sam Baker Trio, November 13, Folly. $15-$50

Abbamania. Nov. 14, Uptown. $25-$60

T-Mobile Center, Nov. 14, Dan and Shay $39.50-$79.50

Scribble Showdown, Nov. 14, Arvest Bank Theatre in The Midland $35-$55

Cloud Nothings, Nov. 15, RecordBar. $17-20

Julien Baker and Katie Malco, Nov. 15, Granada. $25

Louis C.K. Nov. 15, Uptown. $32-$77

Madison Beer, Nov. 15, The Truman. $27.50-$55

Smallpools, Encore. $22

Surfaces with Khai Dreams, and Public Library Commute. Nov. 16, The Truman. $27-$50

Zach Bryan, November 16, Uptown. $30-$162

Goose, Nov. 17, the Truman. $25-$50

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Nov. 17, Knuckleheads. $17.50

Straight No Chaser, Nov. 17, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland. $37.95 – $63

Caribou with Kaitlyn Smith, Nov. 18, Granada. $27

The Happy Fits, Nov. 18, RecordBar. $15

Stephen Curtis Chapman Nov. 18, Folly. $26-$75

Al Franken, Nov. 19, Uptown.$47-$167

Geoff Tate, Nov. 19, Knuckleheads. $27.50

Silversun Pickups, Nov. 19 The Truman. $29.50-$60

Steep Canyon Rangers, Nov. 19, Lied Center. $14-$35

Aaron Watson, Nov. 20 Uptown $20-40

Bob Jovi and Just What You Needed, Nov. 20, Aztec. $20

Colt Ford, November 20, MO Country $20-$30

Folly Frolic with Jane Lynch & Kate Flannery, Nov. 20, Folly. $40-$125

The Guess Who, Nov. 20 Ameristar. $35-$150

Ice Nine Kills With Bad Omens, Currents, and Fame on Fire, Nov. 20 Granada $30

Keith Sweat, Bell Biv DeVoe and Bobby Brown, Nov. 20, T-Mobile Center $66-$175

Mayer Hawthorne Nov. 20, The Truman. $25-$30

Susan Werner, Nov. 20, Yardley Hall. $25-$35

Lovelytheband and Sir Sly With Cannons, Nov. 21, The Truman $29.50-$35

Folly by Richard Thompson, Nov. 21st, Folly. $15-$50

Neck Deep, Nov. 22, The Truman. $27.50

Trampled under Foot, Nov. 24, Knuckleheads. $45-$65

The Schwag Nov. 25, Uptown $15

Carmichael Musiclover, Nov. 26, Scottish Rite Temple. $40-$125

Hembree with Madisen Wade and the Mama Bear, Dreamgirl, Nov. 26, The Truman. $15-$20

Elton Dan & Friends, Nov. 27, Uptown $20-$25

Playboi Carti – Nov. 28, Cable Dahmer Arena $29.95-$74.95

Sleepy Hallow (Nov. 28, Granada). $25

Waterparks, Nov. 29, The Truman. $28.50-$55

Noah Kahan, Nov. 30, The Truman. $22-$45

Purity Ring, Nov. 30, Granada. $26-50

December

Jesse McCartney Dec. 1, The Truman. $30-$60

Trailer Park Boys Dec. 1, Uptown $29.50-$202

Kip Moore and Gabe Lee, Dec. 2, Uptown $35-$159

Niko Moon and Kylie Morgan, Dec. 2, The Truman. $17-$34

“The Price is Right”Live! Dec. 2, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland $29.50-$65

Monophonics Dec. 3, RecordBar. $15-$20

Patton Oswalt Dec. 3, Uptown. $47-$201

Travis Tritt Dec. 3, Ameristar $59.50-$89.50

Beabadoobee, Dec. 4, The Truman. $20-$25

Carrot Top, Dec. 4, Ameristar. $30-$105

Tech N9ne Dec. 4, Arvest Theatre at the Midland $35-$45

Ana Gasteyer, Dec. 5, Yardley Hall. $35-$45

Disney Princess: The Concert, Dec. 5, Arvest Bank Theatre in The Midland $29.50-$80

T-Mobile Center, Dec. 5, James Taylor & His All-Star Band With Jackson Browne $62.50-128

The Joy Formidable Dec. 5, Riot Room. $23-$25

Atreyu with Crown The Empire, Tetrarch, and more, Dec. 6, The Truman $25-50

David Sedaris, Dec. 6, Kauffman Center. $58.21-$69.57

Kansas City Jazz Orchestra “Hallelujah Holidays,” Dec. 7, Kauffman Center. $33.50-$68.50

Gwar with Napalm Death, and Eyehategod Dec. 8, Granada. $30

Illenium, Dec. 9, Cable Dahmer Arena. $40.50-50.50

Anderson East, Dec. 10, Madrid. $25-$89

Folly, David Benoit, December 10, Folly. $20-$55

The Driver Era, Dec. 10, The Truman. $25-$154

Home Free, Dec. 10, Uptown $24.50-$87

J.D. McPherson, Dec. 10, Knuckleheads. $22.50

Ridin’ the Storm Out, Dec. 11, Aztec. $20

Tanya Tucker and Erin Enderlin, Dec. 11, Knuckleheads. Sold out

Taylor Tomlinson Dec. 11, Uptown $29.75-$139.75

Chris Isaak Dec. 13, Uptown $35-$135

Folly, Dec. 14, Jim Brickman $35-$75

Lindsey Buckingham Dec. 15, Uptown $35-$125

Maggie Rose, Dec. 15, Knuckleheads. $20

Gary Gulman Dec. 16, Madrid $25-$35

Samantha Fish, Dec. 16, The Truman $25-$50

Eileen Ivers, “A Joyful Christmas,”Dec. 17, Folly. $15-$50

Jackyl Family Reunion Dec. 17, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland $17-$22

The Floozies Dec. 18, Uptown. $25-$45

T-Mobile Center, Dec. 18: Impractical Jokers $52.50-$153

Making Movies Dec. 18, The Truman. $25-40

Tommy Emmanuel with Andy McKee Dec. 18, Arvest Bank Theatre, Midland $35-$65

Walker Hayes Dec. 18, MO Country $15-$25

Drag Queen Christmas, Dec. 19, Folly. $35-$150

Jeff Dunham, Dec. 28, T-Mobile Center. $50.50

Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Dec. 29, T-Mobile Center. $46.50-$96.50

Charley Crockett, Dec. 31, Granada. $30-$100

KC Groove Therapy. The Instamatics. The Outtakes. Levee Town. Dec. 31, Knuckleheads. $50

January

Folly, Jeff Lorber Fusion Trio Jan. 15, Folly. $20-$55

Little River Band, Jan. 15, Ameristar $45-$145

Randy Rainbow, Jan. 15, Uptown. $39.50-$175

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Maralis, Jan. 18, Lied Center $19-$55

Wolves in Throne Room, Jan. 19, Granada $21

Kacey Musgraves and King Princess and Muna, Jan. 21, T-Mobile Center. $35.50 – 145.50

Andrew Santino. Jan. 22, Uptown. $35-$177

The Man in Black: Tribute to Johnny Cash, Jan. 22, Ameristar. $15-$105

“Mystery Science Theater 3000 Live: Time Bubble Tour,”Jan. 22, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. $34.50-$215

Motion City Soundtrack, Jan. 25, Granada. $34.50

Dillon Francis, Yung Gravy and Kittens, Jan. 26, Arvest Bank Theatre of the Midland $35-$48

Herman’s Hermits, Jan. 28, Ameristar. $35-50

#Imomsohard January 29, Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland $40-$90

Fortune Feimster Jan. 29, Uptown. $29.50-$92

February

Elton John, Feb. 1, T-Mobile Center. $66-$1,038

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, Feb. 3, Cable Dahmer Arena. $48-$79

Augustana, Feb. 4, Granada. $22

The Wombats, February 5, The Truman. $25-$50

“Dancing with the Stars,”Feb. 8, Arvest Bank Theatre, Midland. $39.50-$85

The Beach Boys, February 9, 2022 at Kauffman Center $54-$104

Beth Hart, Feb. 10, Uptown. $35-$227

Everything is Terrible! Feb. 10, RecordBar. $15

Lee Brice, February 11, Ameristar $78-$95

Anat Cohen Quartetinho, Feb. 12, Folly. $20-$55

Rosanne Cash, Feb. 12, Lied Center. $19-$50

Sleigh Bells, February 12, The Truman $30-$60

Erasure, February 15, Uptown. $39.50-$89.50

The Kid Laroi. Feb. 15, Arvest Bank Theatre at Midland. $35-50

Cautious clay, February 16, Riot Room. $20-25

Manchester Orchestra, February 17, Uptown. $28

Eric Church, Feb. 18, T-Mobile Center $39-$169

Tommy Cash, Feb. 19, Encore. $15

Tyler, the Creator, Feb. 19, Cable Dahmer arena $39.50-$99.50

T-Mobile Center, The Weeknd, Feb. 19, T-Mobile Center $29.75-$425.75

Whitney Cummings Feb. 19, Arvest Theatre at the Midland $29.50-$45

Terry Fator, February 22, Ameristar $62-$225

Cheat Codes with Haywyre and Win and Woo. February 23, Granada. $20-$26

Ghost with Volbeat & Twin Temple, Feb. 23, Cable Dahmer Arena $43.50-$103.50

Crash Test Dummies, Feb. 24, Madrid. $45.50-$79.50

David Archuleta, Feb. 24, Knuckleheads. $25-$140

Louis Tomlinson. Feb. 26, Uptown. Sold out

March

K.Flay March 1, The Truman. $21.50-$27

Lil Tecca March 3, Uptown $35-50

Everclear, March 4, Ameristar $35-$115

RecordBar. The Staves, March 4, RecordBar. $25

Dennis Deyoung, March 5, Ameristar. $40-$60

Hiss Golden Messenger, March 7, RecordBar. $22

Parquet Courts, March 7, Liberty Hall. $25-$35

Eric Johnson, March 9, Madrid. $35-$55

War, March 11, Ameristar. $45-$60

Crystal Gayle, March 12, Ameristar $35-50

Kansas City Jazz Orchestra “Just the Two of Us,” March 12, Kauffman Center. $33.50-$68.50

Paquito D’Rivera Quintet, March 12, Folly. $20-$55

Tom Segura, March 12, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland. $45-$99

Tool with The Acid Helps, March 15, T-Mobile Center $56.50-$147

Deafheaven (March 16, Granada). $22

Tones and I March 16, Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland $29.50-$45

Candlebox, March 18, Ameristar $35-$95

Kaleo, March 18, Arvest Bank Theatre of the Midland $42-$62

Steve Vai, March 18, Uptown. $47-$99

TobyMac, March 18-19, Cable Dahmer Arena. $24.75-$94.75

We Banjo 3, March 19, The Truman. $15-$30

Circle Jerks with Negative Approach March 21, Granada $32.50

Hasan Minhaj March 22, Music Hall. $44.50-$94.50

Trixie and Katya, March 25, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland $41.75-$147.50

Yakov Smirnoff, March 25, Ameristar. $28

Killer Queen, March 26, Ameristar. $30-$45

Alton Brown, March 27, Arvest Bank Theatre of the Midland $35-$69.50

The Airborne Toxic Events, March 28, The Truman. $25-$30

March 29th, Girl in Red, The Truman $24.50-$50

Hippo Campus, March 29, Arvest Bank Theatre on the Midland. $26-$28

March 29th, Lied Center – KU Jazz Ensemble with Camila Meza special $14-$25

Yola, March 29, Uptown. $27.50-$65

April

Brockhampton with Jean Dawson from Paris Texas and HVN. April 2, Arvest Theatre Theatre at The Midland. $39.50-$75

Lied Center, April 3, 2019, New Morse Code $16-30

Portugal and Alt J. The Man, April 7, Cable Dahmer Arena. $53.50-$83.50

Iliza Shlesinger, April 8, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland $35-$65

Girl Talk, April 9, by The Truman $25-30

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons April 10, Kauffman Center $35-$139

John Gorka April 10, Lied Center $16-30

Aly & AJ April 14, The Truman. $28.50-$55

Greyson Chance, April 14 Bottleneck. $25-$65

Folly by Eliane Elias, April 16, Folly. $20-$55

Snail Mail, April 16, Liberty Hall $25-$35

Alan Doyle, April 21, Madrid. $25-$35

LP with Nick Leng, April 22, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland $35-$135

Johnnyswim with Katelyn Tarraver, April 22, The Truman $30-$55

Kathleen Madigan April 23, Arvest Bank Theatre, Midland $29.50-$45

T.G. Sheppard, April 23, Ameristar. $20-$35

Amy Speace, April 24, Lied Center $16-30

Henry Rollins, April 24, Liberty Hall $25-$39.50

Amos Lee, April 26, Uptown. Tickets Prices: $39.50-$59.50

Leon Bridges, April 30, Uptown $59.50-$85

May

Justin Bieber, May 4, T-Mobile Center. $50.50-$116

OMD, May 8, The Truman. $32.50-$59.50

Sherman Irby duo, May 9, Lied Center $19-$35

Flyover 2021, May 14, Azura Amphitheater. $49.50-$200

Kansas City Jazz Orchestra “Roaring KC,” May 14, Kauffman Center. $33.50-$68.50

New Kids on the Block, Salt N Pepa, En Vogue, and Rick Astley, May 15, T-Mobile Center $30.95 – $175.95

Russ, May 17, Cable Dahmer Arena. $39.95 – $59.95

They Might Be Giants May 17, The Truman. $27-30

Eels, May 18, Liberty Hall $30-$55

Molchat Doma, May 18, RecordBar. $18-20

Rage Against The Machine, May 18, T-Mobile Center. $125-578

CrankGameplays presents: I Have to Do this Show, May 19, Folly. $37.50

Jacob Collier, May 19, The Truman. $30

Brian Regan May 20, Uptown $45-$178

June-September 2022

AJR, June 1, Starlight. $29.50-$69.50

Brit Floyd, June 8, Arvest Bank Theatre in the Midland. $45-$79.50

Wallows on June 9, Arvest Bank Theatre at Midland $32.50-$52

Matchbox Twenty, June 21, Starlight. $39.50-$129.50

Barenaked Ladies, Gin Blossoms and Toad’s the Wet Sprocket, June 29 Starlight $25-$150

Aldous Haring, July 2, Granada. $22

Kenny Chesney, July 2, Arrowhead Stadium $40-$455

Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe with Poison and Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, July 19, Kauffman Stadium. $49.50-$945

Goo Goo Dolls Aug. 1, Starlight $18.75 – $249.50

The Dead South, Aug. 5, GrindersKC. $25-$75

Ted Nugent, Aug. 6, Ameristar. $60-$240

David Gray, Aug. 7, Starlight. $45-$125

Alicia Keys, Aug. 24, Starlight. $39.50-$249.50

Roger Waters Sept. 3, T-Mobile Center $32-$384

Shawn Mendes and Tate McRae, Sept. 26, T-Mobile Center $39.50-$154.50

Dan Kelly, [email protected] compiled the information

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Dan Kelly has been covering entertainment news and arts news at The Star since 2010. He has previously worked at The Columbia Daily Tribune, The Miami Herald, and The Louisville Courier-Journal. He was also a six-year member of the University of Missouri School of Journalism faculty and has written a historical novel. “Soaring with Vultures.”

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