Comfort Suites Speedway - Kansas City
3000 N. 103rd Terrace
Kansas City, KS 66109
Phone: (913) 299-4466
Fax: (913) 788-9959
Home to the Kansas City T-bones, the Community America Ballpark is used by a number of schools in the area for practice and sports. The stadium is amazing and has hosted a number of league games. Fans and people close to this stadium call it 'The Little Green Monster' because of its lush green field. The seating too here is very comfortable and the ambiance great with all the cheering.
Sporting Park is a new sport stadium that opened in 2011. The stadium was built especially for soccer games and concerts, and it has the latest technology to ensure you'll enjoy the event. Sporting Park has 18,500 seats for sporting events and an expanded 25,000 seats for concerts.
County fairs, trade shows, car shows, concerts, motorcar races and much more happen throughout the year at the Wyandotte County Fairgrounds. Attracting more than 10,000 people from the city and the surrounding areas the county fairground is a spacious place for big events. With facilities like parking, restrooms and campsites, this place attracts huge crowds during concerts and other popular events.
Here at the Kansas Speedway, NASCAR, IHRA and ARCA fans revel in the roar of the motors around this 1.5 mile tri-oval track. It holds more than 72,000 spectators and comes equipped with a state-of-the-art SAFER (steel and foam energy reduction) barrier. This barrier is the longest in the NASCAR circuit and offers impenetrable protection to fans. For tickets and event schedule, please check website.
Kansas City Ice Center and Ice Pavilion is a venue where you can enjoy games like ice hockey and ice skating. They offer learning courses for ice skating and ice hockey for children and adults. This is also a venue for freestyle skaters, be it amateurs or professionals.
Memorial Hall is a huge event venue that caters to diverse events like concerts, private gatherings, wrestling championships, social functions and community events. This grandiose venue is a perfect choice for a grand evening, thanks to its city central location, spectacular lighting technology and awe inspiring acoustics. The Memorial Hall has been home to major events since its inception in 1925. Superstars like Madonna and Elvis Presley have performed here in the past. Check website to know more.
This multiplex is located in the city of Merriam. It has 20 screens and features state-of-the-art technology. The place is operated by Cinemark Theaters, the third largest chain of cinemas in the United States. Check out the official website for movies being screened here. Then, bring along your pals to catch the latest releases, as you relax in comfortable chairs and munch on snacks for a great experience.
403 Club is a club that can only found in the Midwest, a region in America where polka halls, mini-bowling and pinball joints still exist. This lively establishment is both full-service bar and a pinball player's dream; they have seven different units, some themes are AC DC, Star Trek, Star Wars, etc. The bar even hosts a mini-pinball league in which there is an open tournament every Wednesday and Saturday. 403 is definitely a place to soak in the nostalgia, far away from our normal, digitized world in front of an LED screen.
Be it corporate or social events, Jack Reardon Civic Center is a preferred choice for both. There are 15 meeting rooms available to conduct board meetings, seminars or just corporate hospitality. Weddings, private parties, community get-togethers can also be arranged by the center. The event planners and coordinators of the center are always there to assist you in planning and hosting your event and make sure that the event is a hit among the guests.
Managed by the Royal American Association, American Royal Complex is a landmark of Kansas City in true sense. Sprawling over a vast area, it is a great entertainment alternative for the entire family. It houses the American Royal Museum & Visitors Center and the Kemper Arena. Spend a day in the interactive museum or cheer on for your favorite sports team. This place hosts an array of cultural and community events like barbecue contests, horse shows and rodeos.
The Phoenix is what Yoshi's is to Oakland and The Blue Note is to NYC, most notably it is the city's number one jazz restaurant. Guests come down six nights a week to listen to a varied mix of jazz musicians from around town as well as those touring the U.S. The jazz hall also functions as a restaurant, so you can watch the show while you eat. They have a great happy hour from 3-6pm and on Saturdays their 'Bloody Mary Brunch' allows you to make your own Bloody Mary as you wish! Check website for complete calendar and show times.
This regional opera company, the oldest performing arts organization in the city, is currently celebrating its 43rd season. The group presents four works each year in September, November, March and May. Past operas include Madame Butterfly, Carmen, Die Fledermaus and Faust. At least one contemporary or American opera is included in each season. All performances are held at the historic Lyric Opera House, originally built as a Masonic Temple in 1926.