Summer is always a great time for concerts.  Everyone is out of school, and many artists hit the road to perform.  This summer will be no different.  After dealing with COVID for 2 years, it is nice to see people out again and going to live shows.

The Missouri State Fair will be welcoming a few big name country starts including Trace Adkins, Sam Hunt, and Justin Moore.  If you still want to hear a few more country artists, beginning this Thursday in Kansas City, you can get that chance.  Courtesy of the Kansas City Power & Light District.

“We’re thrilled to be bringing Hot Country Nights back for its 14th summer season,” John Moncke, president of the Kansas City Power & Light District, said in a news release. “This year’s lineup includes some incredible local, regional and national acts that we know Kansas City is going to love.”  Check out the list of performers:

  • June 2 – Elvie Shane with Frank Ray
  • June 9 – Ian Munsick
  • June 16 – Kip Moore with Drew Parker*
  • June 23 – LANCO
  • June 30 – Eli Young Band with Corey Kent
  • July 7 – Jameson Rodgers
  • July 14 – Granger Smith featuring Earl Dibbles Jr.
  • July 21 – Chase Rice with Travis Denning*
  • July 28 – Tracy Lawrence with Nate Barnes
  • August 4 – Priscilla Block
  • August 11 – Brett Young*
  • August 18 – Jon Langston with Restless Road

You can get more details on tickets by clicking HERE.  Chase, Kip, and Brett will require a ticket.  All the other shows are free.  So who would you like to see?

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