Live at Legends Casino Hotel in Toppenish comes the legendary classic hits rock band, KANSAS!

Legends Casino Hotel
Legends Casino Hotel

Catch the guys from Topeka rocking out on stage in the Legends Casino Hotel event center on Friday, September 2, 2022. Tickets to see KANSAS are already on sale at This is an 18+ show only.

Kansas is known for their old school rock and roll flavor with hits like, Carry On My Wayward Son (released in 1976), Dust in the Wind (a top 10 hit released in 1978), and so many other great hits. The band has over thirty-two combined albums mixed with live and studio recordings.

We are excited to see Kansas making a tour stop in the Yakima Valley at Legends Casino Hotel during Labor Day Weekend. If you have guests coming from out of town this would be a great show to take them to! Ticket prices range from $40, $50, and $60 for general admission to $75 for special reserved seats. Kansas will be performing in Auburn, WA, the day before they perform in Toppenish.

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We are giving away 2 tickets to ten very lucky winners! Sign up to win in the contest form below. Please remember that all shows in the Legends Casino Hotel Event Center are for patrons ages 18 years and older. Contest ends August 31, 2022.

WHAT: The legendary classic rock band, KANSAS, on their "Point of KNOW Return" Tour

WHEN: Friday, September 2, 2022 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.

WHERE: Legends Casino Hotel Event Center, 580 Fort Rd in Toppenish, WA

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