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Best Concerts Jul 24 - Sep 24

in Wichita

Alice Cooper at Park City Arena

Alice Cooper

Prepare yourself: legendary rocker Alice Cooper is hitting the road in 2024 hitting the US stages once again! Fans can expect a night of shock rock, alongside chilling, thrilling antics from Cooper! The tour is set to make stops in Denver, Tulsa, Missouri, Niagara Falls and many more. Don't miss your chance to see him live!

Dwight Yoakam at Park City Arena

Dwight Yoakam

The young whippersnappers of modern Country owe a lot to Dwight Yoakam. Once shunned by the Nashville elite, the pioneering singer-songwriter is credited with paving the way for Country music's acceptance in the mainstream. His 'hillbilly honkey tonk' stylings earned him a following of fans that called themselves 'Cow-Punks' in retaliation to the polite Country Pop of the late 70's.

Joss Stone at Kansas Star Casino

Joss Stone

One of Britain's most talented performers, Joss Stone has sold ten million copies of her debut album The Soul Sessions, which went multi-platinum propelling her into the spotlight and earning her a Mercury Prize nomination for Album of the Year. The star has gone onto receive five awards including a Grammy Award and two Brit Awards. Catch her live in 2024 as she hits the road once more and brings that voice to you!

The Head and The Heart at The Cotillion

The Head and The Heart

Indie folk darlings The Head and The Heart are heading out on tour to bless your ears with their plethora of hit tracks and a first listen to some brand new music! Formed in 2009 the six-piece have enjoy a stratospheric rise to stardom. Their 2016 release Signs of Light saw the group hit the top five in the US charts!

Ben Folds at The Cotillion

Ben Folds

The frontman of his self-named band, rock artist and producer Ben Folds continues to work with some of the most eclectic names in music and entertainment (remember his Common People cover that featured William Shatner and Bill Clinton?), as well as pushing the envelope on alt-rock ever further. A self-confessed enigma, he prefers to stay out of the limelight except when touring, but can easily claim credit for some of music's most unlikely trends.

I Prevail and Halestorm at Park City Arena

I Prevail and Halestorm

The biggest tour of the year is happening this summer, as Grammy Award winners Halestorm and I Prevail hit the road together all across North America. Joining them for the full duration will be rap rockers Hollywood Undead and metalcore band Fit for a King. You better be ready for a smorgasbord of heavy rock because that's exactly what you're gonna get when you get your tickets for Halestorm and I Prevail!

38 Special at Kansas Star Casino

38 Special

Lead by Donnie Van Zant, the brother of Lynyrd Skynyrd frontman Ronnie Van Zant, 38 Special broke out from the shadows of the Southern rock behemoth and carved out a name for themselves with soaring, stomping stadium rock and roll. Don't miss the Second Chance hitmakers when they dust off their catalog of hell-raising anthems and hit the road during an extensive tour of North America.

Tracy Lawrence at The Cotillion

Tracy Lawrence

Country music singer Tracy Lawrence has been performing music since the age of 15 and now with 16 studio albums behind him, is one of the country's most recognizable artists of the genre. Tracy has sold over 13 million albums across the globe and charted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts more than 40 times with eight songs hitting the number one spot. This year, he embarks on a nationwide tour.

Newsboys at Century II Concert Hall

Newsboys

With an astonishing 18 albums (6 of which have achieved gold status) under their belts, Australian quartet Newsboys are living proof that pop rock and worship music can successfully cross paths. Formed in the late 80s, this legendary contemporary Christian outfit continues to churn out upbeat, hook-filled tunes laden with uplifting and positive messages.

Here Come The Mummies at The Cotillion

Here Come The Mummies

A 5,000-year-old foul-smelling, well-endowed, and manly tribe, capable of infinite funkiness are coming to town! The funk band kicked things off in 2000, and are best known for their unrelenting live performances which melt your face and keep the mayhem going from beginning to end. Here Come The Mummies... literally!

Trace Adkins at Crown Uptown Theatre

Trace Adkins

This self-proclaimed "roughneck" musician has struck a chord with fans worldwide, his talent taking him from the radio stations to television stations. His top-selling album, Songs About Me, went double Multi-Platinum and he's been seen on screen in the hit series The Lincoln Lawyer. Country music is still his first love though, and he's back on the road taking his music from town to town!

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