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Mar 1
Fri, 7:30 pm
Kansas
Baltimore, MD · Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric

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Kansas Concerts Schedule Mar 2019

Mar 1
Fri, 7:30 pm
Kansas
Baltimore, MD · Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric
Mar 3
Sun, 7:30 pm
Kansas
Wilkes Barre, PA · Kirby Center
Mar 8
Fri, 8:00 pm
Kansas
Des Moines, IA · Hoyt Sherman Auditorium
Mar 9
Sat, 7:30 pm
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Peoria, IL · Peoria Civic Center
Mar 15
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Salina, KS · Stiefel Theatre
Mar 16
Sat, 8:00 pm
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Salina, KS · Stiefel Theatre
Mar 21
Thu, 8:00 pm
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Charleston, WV · Clay Center
Mar 22
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Charleston, WV · Clay Center
Mar 23
Sat, 8:00 pm
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Louisville, KY · Louisville Palace
Mar 29
Fri, 7:30 pm
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Avon, CO · Vilar Performing Arts Center
Mar 30
Sat, 7:30 pm
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Denver, CO · Paramount Theatre

Kansas Concerts Schedule Apr 2019

Apr 2
Tue, 7:30 pm
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Tucson, AZ · Fox Theatre
Apr 4
Thu, 8:00 pm
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San Diego, CA · Balboa Theatre
Apr 6
Sat, 7:30 pm
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Los Angeles, CA · Orpheum Theatre
Apr 7
Sun, 7:30 pm
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Santa Barbara, CA · Arlington Theatre
Apr 10
Wed, 8:00 pm
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Oakland, CA · Paramount Theatre
Apr 12
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Portland, OR · Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Apr 13
Sat, 7:30 pm
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Seattle, WA · The Paramount Theatre
Apr 24
Wed, 8:00 pm
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Vancouver · Orpheum Theatre
Apr 26
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Edmonton · Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Apr 28
Sun, 8:00 pm
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Calgary · Jack Singer Concert Hall
Apr 30
Tue, 8:00 pm
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Saskatoon · TCU Place

Kansas Concerts Schedule May 2019

May 1
Wed, 8:00 pm
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Regina · Conexus Arts Centre
May 3
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Winnipeg · Burton Cummings Theatre
May 10
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Rockford, IL · Coronado Performing Arts Center
May 11
Sat, 8:00 pm
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Fort Wayne, IN · Foellinger Theatre
May 30
Thu, 8:00 pm
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Bethlehem, PA · Sands Bethlehem Event Center
May 31
Fri, 8:00 pm
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Atlantic City, NJ · Trump Taj Mahal

Kansas Concerts Schedule Jun 2019

Jun 1
Sat, 8:00 pm
Kansas
Atlantic City, NJ · Trump Taj Mahal

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About Kansas

Kansas is an American progressive rock band formed on 1973 in Kansas, US. It consists of 6 members (present) including Billy Greer (bassist and Vocalist), Ronnie Platt (vocalist, keyboardist), David Ragsdale (violinist, guitarist, and vocalist) as well as Phil Ehart (drummer and percussionist), Rich Williams (guitarist) and David Mansion (keyboardist). The band was a merged of two band called Saragota/The Reasons Why and White Clover other members until the band got stabled and finalized on 1973.

After of being established, they released their debut album with a self-titled called “Kansas” on the month of March through Kirshner along with Legacy/Epic Records and produced by Wally Gold. The album was re-released on 2004 and it contains 8 tracks including the “Belexes”, “Journey from Mariabronn” and “Can I Tell You”. It was charted in North America’s Pop Albums that ranked at number 174. Followed by their 2nd album “Song of America” on February 1975 that produced by Jeff Glixman and Wally Gold. At the same time, they also introduced their 3rd album called “Masque” that was out few months after their 2nd album. The album was recorded in Bogalusa LA Studio with 8 tracks with collaboration of Earl Lon Price (Saxophonist).

Their 4th album “Leftoverture” and 5th album “Point of Know Return” put them in fame that hit the Billboards at number 5 and was sold about 4 million copies that was accompanied by their single “Dust in the Wind” that reached Certified Gold that got 1 million copies sold-out. However, before the band got separated they released “Monolith” in 1979 and in 1980 the band was disbanded. Livgren changed his life and turn to Born-Again Christian, it was his inspiration in molding the album called “Audio-Vision” that was introduced on September 1980. His salvation and his faith reflects in his 8 songs including “Relentless” along with “Hold On” and “Got to Rock On”, it was included in Billboards Pop Albums Chart that got number 26.

Up to 2000, the band released 7 more albums such as “Vinyl Confessions”, “Drastic Measure” as well as “Power” and 4 more. The entire albums was all successful through their ups and downs of their career; in 2011 they held their “2011 Collegiate Symphony Tour” in which they performed all around the cities un USA followed by “Fall 2012 Tour” in which they continue they USA Tour.