KANSAS, the legendary American progressive rock band will celebrate five decades with their 50th Anniversary Tour: Another Fork In The Road, which includes a stop at the Hanover Theater and Conservatory for the Performing Arts on Thursday, October 12.
Fans will hear songs spanning 50 years of KANSAS music, including hits like “Carry On Wayward Son,” “Dust in the Wind,” “Point of Know Return,” “Play the Game Tonight,” and “Fight Fire with Fire.” . fan favorites and deep cuts that have rarely been played live.
Another Fork In The Road – 50 Years of Kansas, released in December 2022, features carefully selected songs from the band’s extensive discography, as well as a new version of “Can I Tell You”. Originally recorded and released upon the band’s 1974 debut, the song is updated by the current lineup and provides a well-rounded perspective on KANSAS’ long and ongoing history which has seen them release 16 studio albums and sell more than 30 million albums worldwide. Worldwide. .
KANSAS currently consists of original drummer Phil Ehart, bassist/vocalist; Billy Greer/vocals/keyboardist; Ronnie Platt, violinist/guitarist; David Ragsdale, keyboardist/vocalist; Tom Brislin; and original guitarist Richard Williams.
KANSAS tickets cost $45, $78, $98, $125, $145, $150 and $170 depending on seat location with limited VIP packages also available for $260 and $330. 10 or more people. For more information, visit TheHanoverTheatre.org or contact the box office at 877.571.7469. k
About the Hanover Theater and Conservatory for the Performing Arts
Since opening in 2008, the Hanover Theater has entertained more than two million guests with Broadway musicals, headlining comedy, music, dance and more. POLLSTAR consistently ranks The Hanover Theater as one of the best theaters in the world. The award-winning historic theater continues to establish itself as a world-class center for the performing arts, home to local cultural and civic organizations, and a catalyst for the revitalization of downtown Worcester. The Hanover Theater facilities at 551 Main Street house event space, offices, and the Hanover Theater Conservatory.
The Worcester Center for Performing Arts (WCPA), a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, owns and operates The Hanover Theater and Conservatory for the Performing Arts (THT) and, on behalf of the Worcester Cultural Coalition (WCC listen), operates Worcester’s BrickBox Theater at the Jean McDonough Arts Center (JMAC). All donations are tax deductible to the maximum extent permitted by law.