Radkey Xmas Evil Eve 6:30 VIP ACCESS 7PM GA DOORS

Fri, Dec 23, 6:30 pm -
Sat, Dec 24, 12:00 am

1520 Grand Blvd Kansas City, MO 64108

Event info



$18 GA ADV

$25 GA DOS

$50 VIP includes early entry, exclusive mezzanine viewing access, a signed limited edition poster for the night, and a special gift from Radkey.


Ages 18+ with valid ID only; Minors OK with Parent; $2 minor surcharge at the door for patrons under 21.

The 2020 self-release of Radkey’s third album, GREEN ROOM on Little Man Records has been described as “A rock album for the 21st Century” (Atwood Magazine) made up of thick, slick rock and roll sounds built on power chords and hypnotic vocal melodies. Radkey is closing out 2022 with new single releases and a series of shows with another full album on the horizon for 2023.  They continue to tour nationally and internationally supporting bands such as Foo Fighters, Jack White, Rise Against, The Damned, WIZO, Descendents, Local H, The Offspring,
and L7. Radkey is a testament to the future of music, and this band is primed for rock and roll glory.
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