Kansas Announces 'Point Of Know Return' Anniversary Shows

Kansas Announces ‘Point Of Know Return’ Anniversary Shows

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NASHVILLE (CelebrityAccess)  For one night only at The Beacon Theatre in New York City, Kansas will be performing its popular albums Leftoverture and Point of Know Return in their entireties, on Saturday, Dec. 14.

“You do not find many theaters more famous than The Beacon Theatre in New York City,” adds Kansas guitarist Zak Rizvi. “Add in being in New York City during the holidays, as someone who grew up an avid KANSAS fan, this is a concert I would travel to attend. Between touring and recording a new album, 2019 was already set up to be incredible for the band. This concert will really cap it off.”
Kansas is currently composed 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.
Originally formed in 1973 in Topeka, Kan., the band’s documentary film “Kansas: Miracles Out of Nowhere,” is currently being broadcast on AXSTV.
KANSAS POINT OF KNOW RETURN ANNIVERSARY TOUR DATES:
DATE                          CITY/STATE               VENUE
September 11             Spokane, WA              First Interstate Center for the Arts
September 13             Santa Rosa, CA          Luther Burbank Center
September 14             Stockton, CA               Bob Hope Theatre
September 17             Bakersfield, CA           Fox Theater
September 19             Mesa, AZ                    Ikeda Theater
September 21             Salt Lake City, UT       Eccles Theater
September 22             Cheyenne, WY           Cheyenne Civic Center
September 27             Tulsa, OK                    Brady Theater
September 28             Park City, KS               Hartman Arena
October 4                    Topeka, KS                 Topeka Performing Arts Center
October 5                    Omaha, NE                 Orpheum Theater
October 11                  Wausau, WI                The Grand Theater
October 12                  Minneapolis, MN         State Theatre
October 18                  Champaign, IL            Virginia Theatre
October 19                  Waukegan, IL             Genesee Theatre
October 25                  Concord, NH               Capitol Center for the Arts
October 26                  Albany, NY                  Palace Theatre
November 1                Quebec City, QC         Grand Théâtre de Québec
November 2                Montreal, QC               Théâtre St-Denis
November 8                Rochester, NY             Kodak Center Theater
November 9                Erie, PA                       Warner Theatre
November 16              Durham, NC                Durham Performing Arts Center
November 22              Richmond, KY             EKU Center for the Arts
November 23              Huntsville, AL              Mark C. Smith Concert Hall at Von Braun Center
December 6                Corpus Christi, TX       Selena Auditorium
December 7                Sugar Land, TX           Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
December 14             New York, NY             The Beacon Theatre*
January 31, 2020        Savannah, GA             Johnny Mercer Theatre
February 1, 2020        Jacksonville, FL           Florida Theatre
February 3, 2020        The Villages, FL          Sharon L. Morse Center for Performing Arts
February 4, 2020        The Villages, FL          Sharon L. Morse Center for Performing Arts
February 6, 2020        Fort Myers, FL             Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
February 7, 2020        Melbourne, FL             King Center for the Performing Arts
*Special Performance. Not part of the Fall Tour

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