Kansas have played together for over 50 years and continue to move harder than ever.
The longtime progressive/classic Southern rock band known for such timeless hits as “Dust In The Wind” and “Carry On Wayward Son” is currently in the midst of an extensive “Point of Know Return” anniversary tour.
They will wrap up this ongoing concert series at the New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning in Whitehouse Station on July 31.
Will the band play hits or tracks from their well-received 2020 album “Absence of Presence?”
The best way to find out is live.
Here’s everything you need to know about the ongoing Kansas tour.
Where can I buy tickets to see Kansas?
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Where does Kansas go on tour?
Although the Point of Know Return tour is already underway, there are still a few stops to make.
Kansas will travel to Syracuse (April 14), Buffalo (April 15), Las Vegas (April 30), San Diego (May 3) and Boise (May 10) as well as many other locations on the current tour.
They will close out the race at the annual New Jersey Festival of Ballooning’s three-day festival July 29-31 at Whitehouse Station.
Other artists performing at the three-day Ballooning Festival from July 29-31 include ’90s post-grunge rockers Collective Soul, “Bang On The Drum All Day” singer Todd Rundgren and musical artist for children Laurie Berkner.
A full schedule with all tour dates, show times, venues and links to purchase tickets can be found here.
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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].