Upcoming Events in Kansas City

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Written by: Alyssa Tyler, Assistant Editor

Ever since the early 1920s, Americans have used music and movies as entertainment. From late January to Spring break, here are albums, concerts and movies to keep on the lookout for. 

 

Concerts:

Feb. 1- Trippe Redd @ Arvest Bank at the Midland 

Feb. 5- Post Malone @ Sprint Center 

Feb. 6- Miranda Lambert @ Sprint Center 

Feb. 13- Roddy Ricch @ Uptown Theater 

Mar. 4- Fitz and the Tantrum @ Uptown Theater 

 

Albums: 

Feb. 14- Justin Bieber- Changes

This is Justin Bieber’s fifth studio album, the Changes tour begins on May 14.

Feb. 14- Tame Impala- the slow rush 

This is Tame Impalas fourth studio album, Tame Impala will be at the Sprint Center on July 20 for their tour. 

March 6- Lauv- how i’m feeling

how i’m feeling is Lauv’s debut studio album. Lauv is currently doing a world tour to support his album and will be at Starlight Theater on Aug. 16. 

March 20- Alicia Keys- Alicia

Alicia Keys has started her first world tour since 2013 to kickstart her seventh studio album. She will be at Starlight Theater Aug. 26.

March 27- Jessie Reyez- BEFORE LOVE TO KILL US

This is Jessie Reyez’s first studio album. 

 

Movies:

Jan. 31-

The Rhythm Section- Stephanie Patrick lost her family in a plane crash, sending her into a self-destructive spiral. But after finding out that the crash wasn’t an accident, she then begins her own mission for revenge. (Rated R)

The Invisible Man- A loose adaptation of the novel by H.G Wells features Cecilia Kass who has just escaped an abusive relationship with a wealthy and brilliant scientist Aidan Griffin. After Cecilia escapes in the middle of the night, Aidan commits suicide, leaving Cecilia a large part of his fortune. Throughout the next weeks, Cecilia begins to think that Aidan isn’t really gone. (Rated R)

Feb. 7-

Birds of Prey- After the Joker and Harley Quinn break up, Harley joins superheroes Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya to save a young girl from Black Mask, the crime lord of Gotham. (Rated R) 

Gretel and Hansel- A modern retelling of the Grimm Fairy tale. Two siblings stumble across a witch’s house in the woods and have to figure out how to escape with their lives. (Rated PG-13)

Feb. 14-

The Photograph- After Christina Eames the famous photographer dies, her daughter Mae is left with questions and a picture tucked away in a box. With the picture, Mae soon finds herself diving into her mother’s early life. Leading her to new realizations and new relationships. (Rated PG-13)

The Call of the Wild- Buck is a dog who was taken from his California home and is taken to the Alaskan Yukon. He becomes apart of a mail-delivery sled and finds who he truly is. (Rated PG)

Feb. 21-

Bloodshot- After marine Ray Garrison and his wife are murdered, a group of scientists bring Ray back to life with nanotechnology. He then starts to remember his past life and breaks out of the compound to find and kill the man who killed his wife. (Rated PG-13)

March 13-

Fantasy Island- Genius Mr. Roarke makes the secret fantasies of his guests come true at his tropical resort. But what the guests thought was their actual fantasy, turn into their own nightmares; they then have to learn the secret of the island, to escape with their lives. (Rated R)