Warped Tour, a festival founded as a showcase for punk and other forms of alternative rock, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Startlingly few concessions to nostalgia were evident at Thursday's tour stop at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater. Even fans with narrow tastes couldn't fail to notice that the music once closely associated with Warped Tour was occasionally difficult to locate. The transformation was welcome.
The former boy-band star gave a crowd of more than 15,000 at the Sprint Center plenty of reasons to stick around for a long show filled with dance, music and visual treats. In case you missed it, here's a round up of videos of pictures from fans who attended.
Justin Timberlake was focused on his music Wednesday night, kicking off a two-night stay at the Sprint Center with an emphasis on material from his dual 2013 releases, "The 20/20 Experience" and "The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2."
The former boy-band star gives a crowd of more than 15,000 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City an extravagant and electrifying display of music, choreography and musicianship. It was the first of two nearly sold-out Sprint Center shows in two days. Thursday’s crowd is in for a treat.
The Motor City Madman took time to plug a program in which hunters donate meals to food kitchens and gave a military veteran the keys to a car, but for most of his nearly 90-minute set at the Midland theater, he and his band focused on the task at hand: issuing hard rock at a high volume.
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum’s Heart of America Hot Dog Festival wants to bring the community together through one of our nation’s favorite pastimes. Also this week: ‘Ragtime’ at Theatre in the Park and comedian Mike Epps at Starlight.
"Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman finally made her draft pick in the finale of ABC's popular show, and no, it wasn't software salesman Nick. It was Josh Murray, the former professional athlete (in case you hadn't heard) and brother of Chiefs quarterback Aaron Murray. But ABC didn't reveal Andi's final pick without some drama beforehand.
It was finally time for assistant attorney Andi Dorfman to pick her mate, and Twitter had a lot to say about what happened along the way. From the fashion to the speeches and what happened after the final rose, here's what people had to say.
CHICAGO - Back in the booming 1990s, when jazz musicians of varying levels of skill were being signed to major-label recording contracts, Kevin Mahogany was heavily promoted as one of the next great male vocalists. That he appeared in Robert Altman's 1996 film "Kansas City" as blues belter Big Joe Turner only heightened his fame.