Every game is a HOME game at KC Live!

KC Live! is your home away from the stadium to watch and cheer on your favorite team!

Reservations are required. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and City guidelines, space and capacities of each venue and the KC Live! Living Room are limited. 

RESERVATIONS ARE FULL AT ALL KC LIVE! BLOCK VENUES, INCLUDING THE KC LIVE! LIVING ROOM.

If you have a confirmed reservation at KC Live!, McFadden's, Guy's Dive or PBR Big Sky, you will receive an email prior to Sunday with details on check-in and more.

 

 

For media inquiries or requests, please submit via email here

Special thanks to our sponsors: Midwest Ford Dealers, Heartland Coca-Cola and Miller Lite.

Age Policy:

Families welcome. 21+ after 9PM

Parking:

Park for just $5 at the KC Live! garage with validation from any Power & Light District venue. Must present parking ticket for validation at time of visit. 

*Parking Rate Subject to Change*

Our guests are always our top priority, no matter the circumstances. That’s why we’ve ramped up our sanitation practices and are taking extra precautions to help all guests and staff members stay safe. Learn more about our commitment to safety here.

 

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