What Concerts Have We Missed Out on Due to the Pandemic?
A lot of people were looking for ward to springtime concerts around the area but unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the cancellation of shows have left many concert-goers with a yearning to see and hear their favorite artists.
We've come up with a list of some of the ones that were cancelled due to the coronavirus-
Missouri State Fair
All previously scheduled concerts have been cancelled. Decision on any future concerts for the 2020 MSF to be made later in June.
Hollywood Casino Amphitheater-Maryland Heights, MO
5/15 Brooks & Dunn (Rescheduled for Saturday, October 3)
5/29 Luke Bryan
6/6 Eli Young Band (We also had Brad Paisley along with Jordan Davis & Gabby Barrett on the same date)
7/17 Thomas Rhett & Cole Swindell (Rescheduled for Friday, July 16, 2021)
7/23 Rascal Flatts
8/1 Jason Aldean, Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny, & Dee Jay Silver
8/15 Lady Antebellum, Jake Owen & Maddie and Tae
8/20 Chris Young, Scotty McCreery & Payton Smith (Rescheduled for Thur, August 20)
Arrowhead Stadium-Kansas City
8/11 Chillaxification Tour-Kenney Chesney
Sprint Center-Kansas City
5/9 Kane Brown (rescheduled for Saturday, September 12)
Mizzou Arena-University of Missouri- Columbia
10/15 Chris Stapleton (rescheduled for Thursday, October 14, 2021)
One venue that many country concerts are held throughout the season is the Ozarks Amphitheater. As of this writing they have concerts starting back over the 4th of July weekend. To find out the latest from this venue go to ozarksamphitheatre.com.
With a lot concerts scheduled to start back later in the summer, i.e., September, you should check the venue's website for their listings. And of course, KIX 105.7 app will keep you updated on any concert information we receive in the upcoming weeks/months.