Monday, June 15, 2020

Kansas City Starlight Fading Fast

Social distancing rules amid a 2nd wave and the tragic economics of coronavirus could bring about the curtain call for this beloved institution. Take a look:

Starlight weighs uncertain future amid COVID-19 pandemic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The summer months in Kansas City usually are synonymous with entertainment, concerts and other big events at the Sprint Center or shows at Starlight Theatre being among the most popular options. For now, those venues sit empty due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Look where it's located. In the area of at least 20 murder deaths annually. Fuck dat Urban Jungle shithole.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet it's incredibly profitable and well attended. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Starlight is a gem.

It's one of the amenities that make Kansas City special.

Anonymous said...

Sprint center is Tax-Free, rent Free and utilities Free Thanks to KCMO taxpayer. SPRINT SUCKS for sound, parking, and local amenities. it was built just for NCAA then the shady city covers the rest of the cost. DEFUND SPRINT CENTER.

Anonymous said...

Weird yet the they are not opening , not profitable at all. Not heavily attended with no attendance. Weird economics you have. Weird Attendance of Zero . Weird