Starlight Theatre Tickets

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Find Starlight Theatre tickets to your favorites Broadway shows and concerts right here at TicketNetwork! Classic shows like Matilda – The Musical and legends such as Bob Dylan will grace the stage this summer so be sure to get tickets now to see them live at the Starlight Theatre. A great venue for the whole family to see an entertaining show, the complete schedule for the Starlight Theatre along with tickets to each show is listed below.

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Starlight Theatre

Address:4600 Starlight Road
Kansas City, Missouri 64132

About Starlight Theatre Tickets

Located in Kansas City, MO, the Starlight Theatre is one of only two major theatres in the U.S. that is outdoors and self-producing. Along with that, Starlight's Cohen stage house also permits them to present any major national Broadway tour that is traveling the country as well, a big draw for all theatre fans. The Starlight Theatre is a beautiful outdoor venue that sits 7,958 people when at capacity.

A full house of excited fans have seen popular shows such as “Annie”, “The Wizard of Oz” and "The King and I”. This summer fans will be able to see concerts from famous artists like Paul Simon, The Cure and Joe Walsh. Don’t miss out on a summer night spent at a concert you’ll love and get your Starlight Theatre tickets now.

The Starlight Theatre opened on June 25, 1951 with its debut show being the operetta titled, “The Desert Song” by Sigmund Romberg.