Kansas Announces McAllen as Part Of Their Final U.S. Leg of Point of Know Return Anniversary Tour

America’s preeminent progressive rock band, KANSAS, will be wrapping-up their popular Point of Know Return Anniversary Tour in the United States with one final leg during the winter and spring of 2022. Image Source:  Facebook
America’s preeminent progressive rock band, KANSAS, will be wrapping-up their popular Point of Know Return Anniversary Tour in the United States with one final leg during the winter and spring of 2022. Image Source: Facebook
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 America’s preeminent progressive rock band, KANSAS, will be wrapping-up their popular Point of Know Return Anniversary Tour in the United States with one final leg during the winter and spring of 2022. Legendary rock band, Kansas, will stop in McAllen February 19, 2022 at the McAllen Performing Arts Center. The tour showcases classic KANSAS music including hit songs, deep cuts, fan favorites, and will include selections from the band’s latest studio album The Absence of Presence.

Tickets for most newly announced Point of Know Return tour dates go on sale Friday, October 8, 2021. For more ticket information visit Ticketmaster.com or our McAllen Performing Arts Center Box Office.


DATE                            CITY/STATE                                VENUE

November 13, 2021           Cedar Rapids, IA                                 Paramount Theatre

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November 18, 2021           Newark, OH                                        Midland Theatre

November 19, 2021           Marietta, OH                                      Peoples Bank Theatre

November 20, 2021           Marietta, OH                                      Peoples Bank Theatre

December 3, 2021              Elkhart, IN                                          The Lerner Theatre

December 4, 2021              Joliet, IL                                               Rialto Square Theatre

December 10, 2021            New Bedford, MA               Zeiterion Performing Arts Center

December 11, 2021            Lowell, MA                                         Lowell Memorial Auditorium

December 16, 2021            Salem, VA                                           Salem Civic Center

December 18, 2021            Richmond, VA                                    Altria Theater

December 19, 2021            Tysons, VA                                          Capital One Hall

January 7, 2022                  Pensacola, FL                                     Saenger Theatre

January 8, 2022                  Montgomery, AL                                The Montgomery Performing Arts Centre

January 14, 2022                Spartanburg, SC                                 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium

January 15, 2022                Fayetteville, NC                                 Crown Theater

January 21, 2022                Fort Pierce, FL                                    Sunrise Theater

January 28, 2022                Sarasota, FL                                        Van Wezel Performing Arts Center

January 30, 2022                Orlando, FL                                         Dr. Phillips Center – Steinmetz Hall

February 3, 2022                Evansville, IN                                      Victory Theatre

February 5, 2022                Ashland, KY                                        Paramount Arts Center

February 9, 2022                El Paso, TX                                          The Plaza Theatre

February 11, 2022              Lubbock, TX                                        The Buddy Holly Hall

February 12, 2022              Midland, TX                                        Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center

February 16, 2022              Beaumont, TX                                    Jefferson Theatre

February 17, 2022              Austin, TX                                           ACL Live at The Moody Theater*

February 19, 2022           McAllen, TX                               McAllen Performing Arts Center

February 25, 2022              Red Bank, NJ                                      Count Basie Center for the Arts

February 26, 2022              Lancaster, PA                                     American Music Theatre

March 3, 2022                    Cleveland, OH                                    Playhouse Square

March 5, 2022                    Tiffin, OH                                            The Ritz Theater

March 6, 2022                    Saginaw, MI                                        DOW Event Center Theater

March 11, 2022                  Morristown, NJ                                  Mayo Performing Arts Center

March 12, 2022                  New Haven, CT                                   College Street Music Hall

March 19, 2022                  Macon, GA                                         Macon City Auditorium

March 20, 2022                  Athens, GA                                         Classic Center

March 25, 2022                  Fort Smith, AR                                    ArcBest Performing Arts Center

March 26, 2022                  Jonesboro, AR                                    First National Bank Arena

April 2, 2022                       Appleton, WI                                      Fox Cities Performing Arts Center

April 8, 2022                       St. Joseph, MO                                   Missouri Theater

April 9, 2022                       Springfield, MO                                  Gillioz Theatre

April 14, 2022                     Syracuse, NY                                      The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater

April 15, 2022                     Buffalo, NY                                         Shea’s Performing Arts Center

April 30, 2022                     Las Vegas, NV                                     The Smith Center

May 1, 2022                        Thousand Oaks, CA                           Bank of America Performing Arts Center

May 5, 2022                        San Jose, CA                                       San Jose Civic

May 8, 2022                        Salem, OR                                           Elsinore Theatre

May 10, 2022                      Boise, ID                                              Morrison Center

May 12, 2022                      Grand Junction, CO                           The Avalon Theatre

May 14, 2022                      Pueblo, CO                                         Pueblo Memorial Hall

May 18, 2022                      Manhattan, KS                                   McCain Auditorium

May 20, 2022                      Brookings, SD                                     Swiftel Center

May 21, 2022                      Fargo, ND                                           Scheels Arena

*Tickets go on sale October 15, 2021

About Kansas

With a legendary career spanning nearly  five decades, KANSAS has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic classic rock bands. This “garage band” from Topeka released their debut album in 1974 after being discovered by Wally Gold, who worked for Don Kirshner, and have gone on to sell more than 30 million albums worldwide.

Composing a catalogue that includes sixteen studio albums and five live albums, KANSAS has produced eight gold albums, three sextuple-Platinum albums (Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, Best of KANSAS), one platinum live album (Two for the Show), one quadruple-Platinum single ‘Carry On Wayward Son,’ and another triple-Platinum single ‘Dust in the Wind.’ KANSAS appeared on the Billboard charts for over 200 weeks throughout the ‘70’s and ‘80’s and played to sold-out arenas and stadiums throughout North America, Europe and Japan. ‘Carry On Wayward Son’ continues to be one of the top five most played songs on classic rock radio, and ‘Dust In the Wind’ has been played on the radio more than three million times! 

The summer of 2020 marked the release of “The Absence of Presence,” KANSAS’s sixteenth studio album, which debuted at #10 on Billboard’s Top Current Albums chart.  The wide-ranging progressive rock album, released by InsideOut Music, follows-up 2016’s “The Prelude Implicit,” which debuted at #14 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart. 

Throughout 2016-2017, the band celebrated the anniversary of breakout album “Leftoverture” with the highly successful KANSAS: Leftoverture 40th Anniversary Tour. That tour was released in 2017 as a live album, “Leftoverture Live & Beyond.” Since 2018, KANSAS has followed that tour with the even more successful KANSAS: Point of Know Return Anniversary Tour. That tour was captured as a 2021 live album, “Point of Know Return Live & Beyond.”

The band is currently comprised of original drummer Phil Ehart, bassist/vocalist Billy Greer, vocalist/keyboardist Ronnie Platt, violinist/guitarist David Ragsdale, keyboardist/vocalist Tom Brislin, and original guitarist Richard Williams. With no signs of slowing down, KANSAS continues to perform in front of large and enthusiastic audiences around the world.

Along with constant touring, KANSAS continues to remain a fixture of Classic Rock radio. The band has reached a whole new audience through their unmistakable presence on the popular video games Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and Grand Theft Auto; the band’s documentary film “KANSAS: Miracles Out of Nowhere” airing on AXSTV; and through their songs’ inclusion in various television shows such as ‘Supernatural,’ ‘South Park,’ ‘The Office,’ and ‘The Simpsons;’ and with films including ‘Old School,’  ‘Anchorman,’ and ‘Happy Gilmore.’

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