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Homegrown Buzz Showcase 96.5 The Buzz presents the Homegrown Music Showcase on Saturday, April 1st at Kansas City Live! in the Power & Light District. The showcase features 30+ local musicians and bands at 8+ bars and venues within KC Live! Bands start at 1pm. Doors open at 11am. Ages 18+ only (21+ only after 9pm). $5 cover charge at the door or available at Ticketfly.com. Purchase tickets here.

Bands include:
The Architects, Jaenki, Various Blonde, Rachel Mallin and The Wild Type, The Sluts,  Berwanger,  Spencer Mackenzie Brown,  La Guerre, Faintheart, Sundiver, The Dear Misses, Erica Joy, Pink Royal, Theobald, Westerners, Jake Wells, Westside Royal, Keaton Conrad, Momma’s Boy, Chica, Tambourine Club, Dylan Guthrie & The Good Time Guys, Toughies, Phillistines, Fiction Department, The Invisible World, and more to be announced!

Participating Venues include: Angels Rock Bar, The Dubliner, Kansas City Live! stage, Leinenkugel's, McFadden's Sports Saloon, No Other Pub by Sporting KC, Pizza Bar, PBR Big Sky and Shark Bar.

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Fri
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BUSH Miller Lite & 96.5 The Buzz present BUSH on Friday, May 5th, 2017 at Kansas City Live! in the Power & Light District. Doors open at 6 PM and show begins at 8 PM. Ages 21+ only.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of show. A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $30 (tickets include access to the show, a private viewing area, private bar and restroom access).

Purchase tickets here!

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Marian Hill Coors Light & 96.5 The Buzz present Marian Hill at Kansas City Live! in the Power & Light District on Friday, June 2nd, as part of the Coors Light Block Party with 96.5 The Buzz. Doors open at 6 PM and show begins at 8 PM. Featuring special guest Opia. Ages 21+ only.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of show. VIP Terrace tickets also available and include access to the concert, a private viewing area, private bar and restroom access for $30.

Purchase tickets at Ticketfly.com or click here.

Marian Hill's one of a kind sound is present throughout — blues harmonies blend with sparse hip hop drums, horns blast under classic vocal melodies, and soloistic vocal chops sit side by side with clear, intimate lyrics. You've never heard this before, yet it's surprisingly familiar. And it's only the beginning. The duo grew up together and their chance meeting in middle school, starring opposite each other in The Music Man as Marian Paroo and Harold Hill, now serves as the basis for their name.

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