Buzz Beach Ball: Friday, Sept. 5, at Sporting Park … The members of Arctic Monkeys (pictured) should feel at home in Sporting Park as they headline the Buzz Beach Ball festival. As one of the most popular rock bands in Europe, Arctic Monkeys has long been the featured attraction at large-scale events. The recent hit “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” has greatly enhanced Arctic Monkeys’ reputation stateside. The 12-band lineup at Buzz Beach Ball also includes stalwart indie rockers Weezer, Middle of the Map festival veterans J. Roddy Walston & the Business and the Australian party band the Griswolds. Tickets range from $46 to $95 in advance through ticketmaster.com.
Buzz Beach Ball: Friday, Sept. 5, at Sporting Park … The members of Arctic Monkeys (pictured) should feel at home in Sporting Park as they headline the Buzz Beach Ball festival. As one of the most popular rock bands in Europe, Arctic Monkeys has long been the featured attraction at large-scale events. The recent hit “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” has greatly enhanced Arctic Monkeys’ reputation stateside. The 12-band lineup at Buzz Beach Ball also includes stalwart indie rockers Weezer, Middle of the Map festival veterans J. Roddy Walston & the Business and the Australian party band the Griswolds. Tickets range from $46 to $95 in advance through ticketmaster.com. Jack Plunkett Invision/The Associated Press
Buzz Beach Ball: Friday, Sept. 5, at Sporting Park … The members of Arctic Monkeys (pictured) should feel at home in Sporting Park as they headline the Buzz Beach Ball festival. As one of the most popular rock bands in Europe, Arctic Monkeys has long been the featured attraction at large-scale events. The recent hit “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” has greatly enhanced Arctic Monkeys’ reputation stateside. The 12-band lineup at Buzz Beach Ball also includes stalwart indie rockers Weezer, Middle of the Map festival veterans J. Roddy Walston & the Business and the Australian party band the Griswolds. Tickets range from $46 to $95 in advance through ticketmaster.com. Jack Plunkett Invision/The Associated Press
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Timothy Finn blogs about Kansas City's music scene

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