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Concerts and shows to check out July 4th weekend in Kansas City 2017

The Kansas City area is ready to celebrate the July 4th holiday. Over the holiday weekend, the city has a number of great entertainment options going on. There is a wide variety of concerts going on during that time that are guaranteed to satisfy those fans of all genres. Here are just a few options.

Bleachers
June 30 @ 7 p.m.
KC Live!, 1100 Walnut St., Unit 3000, Kansas City, MO, 64106

Indie pop band Bleachers are headed to Kansas City on June 30. The band is out touring behind their latest release Gone Now. The show at KC Live! is part of the Coors Light Block Party with special guest MUNA. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. The show is 21 and up and tickets start at $15.

Walter Trout is out on tour with the Marcus King Band and will be playing a show on July 1 at Knuckleheads. The blues guitarist is touring behind his 2016 live album Alive In Amsterdam . The show also features Teresa James and The Rhythm Tramps. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. The show is all ages and tickets start at $25.

Dirty Heads
July 2 @ 6 p.m.
Crossroads KC, 417 E 18th Street, Kansas City, MO, 64108

Reggae band Dirty Hands will be taking the stage at Crossroads KC on July 2. The band is out touring behind their self-titled 2016 album. The show also features SOJA, The Green and RDGLDGRN. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. The show is all ages and tickets start at $28.

311
July 3 @ 6:30 p.m.
Crossroads KC, 417 E 18th Street, Kansas City, MO, 64108

311 is back out on the road and headed to Kansas City on July 3. The reggae rock band is touring in support of their latest release Mosaic. The show will also feature performances from New Politics and The Skints. Tickets for the show can be purchased here.The show is all ages and tickets start at $40.

Roots rockers Train are headed back to Kansas City on July 3 where they will take the stage at the Starlight Theatre. The band recently released their new album, A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat. The July 3 show will also feature Natasha Bedingfield. Tickets for the show can be purchased here. The show is all ages and tickets start at $29.50.