Beginning July 5th through the 10th mark your calendar for Baseball Weekend at The Kansas City Power & Light District. A weekend filled with concerts, watch parties, games, contests, ticket giveaways, player appearances and more to celebrate the MLB All-Star Weekend in KC! Free watch parties can be enjoyed Monday July 9th and Tuesday July 10th starting at 7PM on the 2 HD State-of-the-Art big screens in the Power & Light District. Along with a weekend of festivities free concerts at the KC P&L Live Block will be happening all weekend.
Thursday July 5th 7PM – Kyle Park
Kyle Park is an American Country Singer/ Songwriter from Austin, Texas. He released his first album in 2005, soon after his second album which was released in 2008 he released a EP in 2010 which reached #7 on iTunes Top Ten Country Records. It also hit #1 on Billboard Heatseekers South Central List. He released another album in 2011 which peaked at #3 on the Texas Music Chart. Kyle Park writes and produces his own music and performs with his band more than 175 shows a year.
Friday July 8th 8PM – Young The Giant
Formerly known as The Jakes, Young The Giant was signed by Roadrunner Records in 2009 and released its eponymous debut album in 2010. The band's first two singles, My Body and Cough Syrup reached the top five of the US Alternative Songs chart.
Saturday July 7th 8PM – David Nail
David Nail is an American Country music artist. In 2002 he released the Single ‘Memphis’. Five years later he signed with MCA Nashville. Two of his singles from his first album ‘Im About to Come Alive’ reached the top 20. ‘Let it Rain’ from his second album was his first #1 hit in January of 2012.
Monday July 9th 9PM – Little Big Town
Little Big Town is an American Country Music Vocal Group founded in 1998. The group has been comprised of the same four members from the beginning; Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schalpman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet. The quartet’s musical style relies heavily on the four-part vocal harmonies with all four members acting as lead singers throughout their music. Phillip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook also play rhythm guitar creating their country sound.