With a legendary performance and recording history spanning 30 million albums sold worldwide, eight gold albums and three sextuple-platinum albums, KANSAS endures as one of America’s most iconic progressive rock bands. Returning to The Smith Center by popular demand, KANSAS brings you their “Point of Know Return Tour.” Witness the record breaking album sung in its entirety with deep cuts and fan favorite songs including international megahit, ”Dust in the Wind.” The group’s many musical highlights include topping Billboard charts for over 200 weeks, and playing sold-out arenas and stadiums throughout North America, Europe and Japan. Currently comprised of original drummer Phil Ehart, bassist/vocalist Billy Greer, vocalist/keyboardist Ronnie Platt, violinist/guitarist David Ragsdale, keyboardist Tom Brislin, guitarist Zak Rizvi, and original guitarist Richard Williams, KANSAS continues to perform for packed venues worldwide.
Delivering high-energy performances and worshipped by longtime fans and new listeners alike, KANSAS remains fresh and engrained in pop culture, including its melodies being featured in numerous hit TV shows such as “South Park” and Supernatural.”
The band received widespread acclaim for its live album “Leftoverture Live & Beyond” in 2017, which packed The Smith Center with its anticipated tour.
Don’t miss this chance for an unforgettable live experience with an epic band, delivering its electrifying hits.
Kansas VIP Package
Kansas Premium Package*
*Note: this package does not include a meet and greet with the band
VIP Packages must be purchased in the ticketholders name, and are non-transferrable.
Approx. 120 minutes Subject to change at artist’s discretion.
Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.
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Classic Rock Band Kansas to Perform New Tunes and Greatest Hits When David Ragsdale chose to pursue a rock career in the ‘70s, he promptly gave up the violin to learn guitar. “I figured, there weren’t no violins in no rock bands, you know?” Ragsdale recalls. Or so he thought, until the day he heard a Kansas song for the first time on his car radio. “Here comes thiREAD MORE