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Louis the Child
Pageant Dec. 7th • show 8 pm • Sold out
Old Rock House Dec. 8th • show 8 pm • $25
Get Up Kids w/ Hembree
Duck room dec. 10th • show 8 pm • $22
pageant dec. 12th • show 8 pm • $49.50/$55
pageant dec. 15th • show 8 pm • $27
A Sublime Gary Clark Jr at the Fox
"Best Friend Sh*t": Phantogram in KC
The Coors Light Block Party at the Power and Light District definitely felt like a party on Friday, August 23rd. Bob Moses and Phantogram lit up the stage and provided the soundtrack for a dance-filled evening.
Matt Maeson at a Sold Out Delmar Hall
Toupin Displays the Attraction of Her 'Magnetic Moves'
Sometimes shows end up not as you expect them to, and Katie Toupin’s show was exactly that—for more reasons than one.
The singer, known for her start in the band Houndmouth, released her debut LP Magnetic Moves in June. She previously released the EP Moroccan Ballroom in 2018, her first solo work since leaving the band.
Subdued Whitney at Delmar Hall
Truth Mystics: Bad Suns at Ready Room
Liily opens for Bad Suns at Ready Room
You may never hear Liily’s lead vocalist Dylan Nash say the name of the band, but you’ll be able to hear their music from a couple blocks away. This young alternative rock group is finding its footing in the world with the opportunity to open for Bad Suns on their Mystic Truth tour this fall.
Whitney, an indie-rock band whose name is often confused with the late-great Whitney Houston, played one of the most relaxed shows I’ve ever attended. The engaged crowd was calm and attentive on a Tuesday evening in September at Delmar Hall, attuned to everything that was happening on stage, just like the band.