Local Country Artists Will Take The Stage At The Power & Light District For Intimate Outdoor Concerts  

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Kansas City Power & Light District’s Hot Country Nights will look a bit different this summer amid the pandemic. Starting Thursday, the Power & Light District will hold Miller Lite Hot Country Nights: Homegrown Sessions, an intimate live-music experience showcasing local country acts in a comfortable, spacious outdoor setting. Every Thursday night now through Sept. 24, local acts will take the KC Live! stage for live performances.

The Power & Light District is consciously maintaining a limited seating capacity in the KC Live! Block that allows ample room to spread out, but still creates an intimate setting for musicians and guests alike. “While it certainly won’t look the same, we’ve worked hard to provide something comfortable and fun for Kansas Citians who need their live-music fix,” says Rachel Waller, KCPL director of marketing.

On stage tomorrow? Local band Hudson Drive will hit the stage at 7:00 p.m. Additional artists lined up this summer include Casi Joy, Midnight Radio, Tate Stevens and more.

There will be minimal standing room throughout the Live! Block, so the Power & Light team highly recommends finding a table for your group. More than 100 socially distant picnic and bar tables have been added to the Live! Block, each seating four to six individuals. VIP tables and packages will also be available for Hot Country Night fans to elevate their Home Grown Sessions experience.

“We’ve missed the community feel of summers in the Power & Light District,” Waller says. For more information on Hot Country Nights: Home Grown Sessions, please visit the website at https://www.powerandlightdistrict.com/ or Facebook and Instagram.