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Kansas announce 2024 tour dates


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Kansas announce 2024 tour dates

Kansas toured extensively in 2023 to celebrate their 50th anniversary but the celebration will continue in 2024 since they announced the first dates for the next years. The shows will happen in the United States and Canada next February, March, April and May.


Their most recent album is “The Absence of Presence” released in 2020. Their current line-up has Phil Ehart (Drums), Rich Williams (Guitar), Billy Greer (Bass), David Ragsdale (Violin), Ronnie Platt (Vocals) and Torn Brislin (Keyboards).

In the last five decades the band released 16 studio albums and 7 live records.

Kansas 2024 tour dates


  • 2 – Pensacola, Fla. – Saenger Theatre
  • 3 – Birmingham, Ala. – BUCC Concert Hall


  • 1 – Richmond, Va. – Dominion Energy Center
  • 2 – Tysons, Va. – Capital One Hall
  • 8 – Springfield, Mo. – Gillioz Theatre
  • 9 – St. Joseph, Mo. – Missouri Theater
  • 22 – Salina, Kan. – The Stiefel Theatre
  • 23 – Salina, Kan. – The Stiefel Theatre


  • 5 – Toledo, Ohio – Stranahan Theatre
  • 6 – Elkhart, Ind. – Lerner Theatre
  • 12 – Champaign, Ill. – Virginia Theatre
  • 13 – Waukegan, Ill. – Genesee Theatre
  • 19 – Marietta, Ohio – Peoples Bank Theatre
  • 20 – Newark, Ohio – Midland Theatre
  • 26 – Morristown, N.J. – Mayo Performing Arts Center
  • 27 – Lancaster, Pa. – American Music Theatre


  • 2 – Rochester, N.Y. – Kodak Center
  • 4 – Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall
  • 10 – Concord, N.H. – Capitol Center for the Arts
  • 11 – Albany, N.Y. – Palace Theatre
  • 17 – Providence, R.I. – Providence Performing Arts Center
  • 18 – New Haven, Ct. – College Street Music Hall


The band’s original guitarist Richard Williams talked in an official statement about the tour, saying: “Our entire career has been a winding journey. Whether it’s been the ‘original’ lineup signing with Don Kirshner, years on the bus, touring with Queen, worldwide success peaking with Leftoverture & Point of Know Return, the valleys of the 90’s and ‘dinosaur bands’ losing steam, various lineup changes, to our most recent ‘rebirth’ and success of our latest new music over the last eight years.

“There have been several forks in the road of that journey. This 50th Anniversary Tour and release will represent that journey and the forks along that road,” Richard Williams said.

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