Eight Things To Do In KC This Weekend, March 21-24

Matthias Pintscher. Courtesy photo.

Here are eight great things to do in Kansas City this weekend, March 21-24, including: rapper T.I. with his comedy collective, Heartland Men’s Chorus’ “Princes of Pop” and Matthias Pintscher & Violinist Philippe Quint.

Carlos Mencía  

Honduran-born comedian, writer and actor Carlos Mencía making a stop in KC on his latest comedy tour, “Laughin’ and Livin,’ which features his signature comedy that centers on politics, race, Latin American culture and criminal justice.

March 21-23. Times vary. The Comedy Club.

New Moves

One of KC Ballet’s most popular performances, New Moves, allows audiences to experience new and never-before-seen contemporary ballet choreography. This limited-run production gives both dancers and audience members a rare opportunity to see exciting new dance creations in an intimate setting.

March 21-24. Times vary. Michael and Ginger Frost Studio Theater.

Vintage Market Days of Kansas City 

Vintage Market Days features over 100 vendors selling vintage items, furniture, art, home decor, boutique clothing, jewelry, and more. Food and coffee will also be available, along with live music all weekend long.

March 22-24. 10 am-4 pm. 10500 Parallel Parkway, Village West, KCK.

Vintage Market Days. Courtesy photo.
Shmuel Ashkenasi 

One of the world’s premier violin soloists, Tel-Aviv-born Shmuel Ashkenasi began his musical training at a young age with legendary teacher Ilona Feher. He is a noted teacher, currently holding the post of Professor of Violin at the Curtis Institute of Music. Ashkenasi is joined by pianist Lolita Lisovskaya-Sayevich for his performance with Park ICM.

March 22. 7:30 pm. 1900 Building. 

Tip “T.I.” Harris

Atlanta-born rapper Tip “T.I.” Harris became famous in the early aughts, making a name for himself as a pioneer of the hip-hop subgenre trap music, and later, in films like A.T.L. and American Gangster. He is hitting KC for two shows with his comedy collective HaHa Mafia.

March 22. 7 & 9:45 pm. March 23. 6:30 & 9:15 pm. Funny Bone.

Heartland Men’s Chorus Presents “Princes of Pop”

Heartland Men’s Chorus celebrates the icons of male pop music in three performances of “Princes of Pop.” From Elton John to George Michael, Michael Jackson to Prince, the show transports audiences through the evolution of pop over the decades. Featuring powerful ballads, upbeat dances and iconic songs, “Princes of Pop” is a nostalgic journey that honors the songs that have shaped the history of the genre.

March 22 & 23. 7:30 pm. March 24. 3:30 pm. Folly Theater.

Matthias Pintscher Welcomes Violinist Philippe Quint

The Kansas City Symphony made a connection with Matthias Pintscher for their electrifying collaboration last year, and Pintscher is now music director designate. He returns this year with another outstanding program, featuring works from Leonard Bernstein, Errollyn Wallen and Sergei Rachmaninoff, with violinist Philippe Quint returning to KC to bring the new concerto to life. 

March 22 & 23, 8 pm; March 24, 2 pm. Helzberg Hall.

Courtesy photo.
Whiskey Dynamite

The electrifying show Whiskey Dynamite is captivating audiences with explosive performances and an engaging cast. This interactive multimedia performance blends acrobatics, fun costuming, immersive visuals and live music, with Kansas City’s own innovative performance art collective, Quixotic, to bring audiences a unique multi-sensory, sexy and celebratory experience. 

March 22 & 23, 29 & 30. April 5 & 6, 11–13. Times vary. The Grand Theater (at Crown Center).

Whiskey Dynamite. Courtesy photo.

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