Kansas Going Out On Tour

More than 40 years after its debut album in 1974, Kansas is still playing and celebrating their unique contribution to vintage rock whether it’s performances with a full symphony or sticking to their classic radio hits.

The band, best known in the 1970s for the iconic single “Carry On My Wayward Son” has a blend of vocals and musical craftsmanship that’s still present on stage today. Although Kansa has shifted members over the past four decades, they hold true to their original Mid-Western classic rock sound, making concerts a joy for die-hard fans.

They boasted three multi-platinum albums in the 1970s, “Leftoverture” in 1976, “Point of Know Return” in 1977 and “Two for the Show” in 1978. “Carrying On My Wayward Son,” from “Leftoverture” is still a radio favorite and sold more than two million copies as did their ballad “Dust In The Wind,” from “Point of Know Return.”

After staging several “Leftoverture 40th Anniversary concerts, Kansas will continue this year’s tour with their classic radio hits and fan favorites throughout the rest of the spring into summer.

They have scheduled concert dates in Ames, IA, May 3, Sioux Falls, SD, May 4, Rochester, MN, May 5, Airway Heights, WA, May 24, Canyonville, OR, May 26, Snoqualmie, WA, May 27, San Jose, CA, May 30, Cabazon, CA, June 1.

Ticket prices range from $30 to $65 depending on the venue. Some shows offer VIP seating for a higher cost.

For a full list and to purchase tickets visit the band’s website and http://www.kansasband.com/tour-dates.php.