Cricket Wireless Amphitheater
Cricket Wireless Amphitheater is an open-air performance venue located in Bonner Springs, Kansas. Opened in 1984 as Sandstone Amphitheater, it is a place where concert fans have been making memories for over twenty years. Audience capacity at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater is 18,000 people, including approximately 3,100 box and reserved seats.
Independence Event Center
"Let us amaze you" is the unofficial motto of the Independence Department of Tourism and the goal of the Independence Events Center. This state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility features an intimate arena with 5,800 fixed seats, 25 suites, 2,200 paved parking spaces on site, a first-class grill and community ice facility.
Kansas City T-Bones
The Kansas City T-Bones originally started as the Duluth-Superior Dukes when the Northern League was re-established in 1993. The Dukes had some competitive seasons, even winning the Northern League championship in 1997 over the Winnipeg Goldeyes, but attendance began to fall. In late 2002, the decision was made to move the Dukes to Kansas City, KS and plans were made to build a ballpark in the Village West shopping area, adjacent to the Kansas Speedway.
Sporting Park is the first authentic American soccer stadium, opened in the summer of 2011. The venue is the first soccer stadium in North America to combine the best attributes of European and South American soccer stadia with the modern fan amenities American sports fans desire. Seats 18,500 for soccer and 25,000 for concerts.
Starlight Theatre has been a Kansas City landmark since the 1950's. Over the years the venue has brought the city hundreds of spectacular Broadway shows, amazing concerts and wonderful community outreach programs.
Since its inception in 1857, the City Market has been one of the largest and most enduring public farmers' markets in the midwest, linking growers and small businesses to the Kansas City community. In addition, more than 30 full-time merchants are open year-round and offer specialty foods, fresh meats and seafood, restaurants and cafes, floral, home accessories and much more. Join us and be a part of a 150-year tradition.
Arrowhead Stadium is a stadium located in Kansas City, Missouri, and home to the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs. It is part of the city's Truman Sports Complex (together with Kauffman Stadium). It is the 25th largest stadium in North America and fourth largest NFL Stadium in seating capacity; being only beaten by Cowboys Stadium, New Meadowlands Stadium, and FedExField. It is the largest sports facility by capacity in the state of Missouri.
Rockfest Kansas City
Rockfest is a one day music festival that takes place on two stages in the open air at Liberty Memorial in the Crown Center District of Kansas City. Enthusiasm is exuded by fans and bands alike as downtown Kansas City rocks — thanks to the producers KQRC The Rock’s efforts to put on what is considered by some as the largest one day rock festival in the US.
Sprint Center is a large, multi-use indoor arena in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. Sprint Center is the region’s premier venue and to hosts more than 100 events a year, including concerts, family shows, special events as well as professional, collegiate and amateur sporting events.