Buh-Bye, 2017! Kansas City’s ready to rock the new year.
Check out these amazing 2018 KC concerts and shows coming our way …

Hey, Kansas City music fans! 2017 is winding down, and you’re in for a treat in the coming year. Three stadium shows and more than a dozen arena shows are already on the schedule, and there’s plenty more to get excited about. Check out this list of KC concerts and swoon. Oh, and last-minute gift alert! Concert tickets make great stocking stuffers!

Kenny Chesney with Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion  and Brandon Lay, July 14 at Arrowhead
Chesney will make this his sixth Arrowhead show in seven years. Each one drew well over 50,000 fans.
Tickets are $27 to $325. 

Taylor Swift, September 8 at Arrowhead
Talk about mega-attendance. Taylor Swift is the venue-sellout queen. She packed the Sprint Center two nights in a row back in 2013 and 2015. Swift’s latest album, “Reputation,” is what this tour’s all about. 
Tickets are $45.50 to $420.50. VIP packages are available for $495 to $895.

Ed Sheeran, October 13 at Arrowhead
Sheeran opened for the Rolling Stones in 2015. He knows how to do Arrowhead! As a headliner, he’ll be great.
Tickets are $35 to $116.

Pink, March 15 at Sprint Center
This is one of the most anticipated KC concerts of 2018. Her live shows are lavish spectacles, and her music is fearless. Just go.
Tickets are $62.45 to $222.45.

Lorde with Run the Jewels and Tove StyleMarch 3 at Sprint Center
Lorde hasn’t performed in KC since 2014, at the Midland theater. This time, she rocks the Sprint Center, playing tunes from her new album, “Melodrama.”
Tickets are $39.50 to $99.50.

Miranda Lambert with Jon Pardi and Ashley McBryde, March 17 at Sprint Center
Lambert headlines at the Sprint Center, highlighting her sixth album, “The Weight of These Wings.” Much of that music chronicles her highly publicized divorce from country star Blake Shelton. She’s a country powerhouse.
Tickets are $39.75 and $59.75.

The Eagles, March 19 at Sprint Center
Okay, so they’re not the same without founding member Glenn Frey, who died nearly two years ago. But, c’mon, it’s the Eagles. They still have Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmidt. Vince Gill will also be part of the band on this tour. This is the Eagles’ first Kansas City appearance since 2013.
Ticket prices: $99.50 to $229.50.

K.D. Lang with Moorea Masa, March 13 at the Uptown Theater
Lang’s back in 2018 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Grammy-winning “Ingenue,” released in March 1992. The show features “Ingenue” in its entirety plus several of Lang’s best-known songs and covers.
Tickets are $45 to $177.

Other notable shows

 Marilyn Manson, Jan. 28 at the Midland.

 Josh Ritter, Jan. 30 at Liberty Hall.

 Tyler the Creator, Feb. 7 at the Midland.

 Alan Jackson, Feb. 8 at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.

 Pedro the Lion, Feb. 9 at RecordBar.

 Brad Paisley, Feb. 16 at Sprint Center.

 Ani DiFranco, Feb. 20 at the Madrid Theatre.

 Marty Stuart, Feb. 21 at the Madrid Theatre.

 Steve Winwood, March 2 at the Uptown theater.

 They Might Be Giants, March 13 at the Truman.

 Dan Auerbach, April 4 at the Truman.

 Franz Ferdinand, April 28 at the Truman.

 Kesha and Macklemore, June 26 at Sprint Center.

 Shania Twain, July 24 at Sprint Center.

 Agent Orange, July 31 at RecordBar.

 Sam Smith, Aug. 18 at Sprint Center.

 Jethro Tull, Sept. 1 at Starlight Theatre.

 Maroon 5, Sept. 11 at Sprint Center.

Which of these shows are you interested in attending? We’d love to hear your concert plans in the comments below!

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