The Sprint Center is located in the Power and Light District in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri. It hosts concerts, hockey and basketball games. Sight lines are excellent and there are many options for food. There are long lines to pass through screening for entry. Parking is somewhat limited in the area.
I have been to concerts in several mid west states!! The sprint center is laid out where there really aren't any bad seat! There's plenty of food vendors and restrooms and super friendly staff to help out!! Parking is close and cost $15-30. Great acoustics!
I've seen many things here, concerts, sporting events, ice capades, many things. It is laid out typically and there are many ways to find your seats. Lots of restrooms, and quite a few snack bars. Lots of parking, especially on the East side.
I'm not a big fan of indoor concert venues, unless of course, it's winter, or it's raining. Sometimes not even when it's raining. Sprint Center is very clean. I was impressed with the speed of the women's restroom at a high-traffic time. The sound for the show was good. It wasn't distorted or echo-y. There were smoke machines and it... 更多
Well, I have to admit....I have purposely avoided the Sprint Center for several years just due to the parking and crowd horror stories I had heard. Attended a concert here with my husband and 78 year old dad. Parking is a pain, but what can you do? We paid $20 (credit card only - no cash, which I thought was... 更多
This is my first time at the Sprint Center. The nice thing about the sprint center is the close proximity of easy parking and the manageability of the traffic, even fit a newbie like myself. We like the intimacy of Kansas City, in general. The events seem big without being overwhelming. The stadium itself suffers from excellent acoustics--loudest concert we... 更多
Went carrie underwood concert. She was excellent. The place needs more knee space in the seats. I think they could do better getting people divided up, for 100 section and 200 sections. Even though this complaint is not sprints, the parking garage exiting literally sucks....eating in power and light district is disappointing
Saw The Who on April 29th. Had floor seats in center section on the aisle. Two drunk guys were jumping around constantly in the row in front of me. They must have gotten drunk during the opening act. Then a third, larger guy joined them, jumping around and hugging them. They were starting to knock chairs over in their aisle... 更多