The rivalry returns … on ice! The men’s hockey clubs from the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas drop the puck on their longtime rivalry Thursday, February 23 at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena.
Wear your best black and gold or crimson and blue to support your favorite team as they fight on the ice for border-bragging rights!
March 29 & 30, 2019, the Toughest Monster Truck Tour will return to the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena with three performances: Friday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 30 at 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Last year, Missouri’s own Bigfoot came back with a vengeance after losing the Tour Championship to rival Snake Bite the year before. The competition was tough at all events in 2018, with less than 10 points separating Bigfoot and second place winner Quad Chaos going into the Championship Weekend in Grand Forks, North Dakota. But Bigfoot stayed the course and won.
In 2019, the competition will be more fierce than ever, with Quad Chaos looking to redeem himself, 2017 Champion Snake Bite vowing to take back the title, and the rest of the field looking to make an upset.
In addition to the monster truck action, thrilling side acts will be featured. It may be freestyle motocross, a car-eating, fire-breathing mechanical dinosaur or battling intergalactic robots.
Juice WRLD’S A Death Race For Love Tour, with co-host Ski Mask The Slump God and Lyrical Lemonade All-Stars, will be making a stop at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena on Sunday, June 2.
Following the release of his new single, “Robbery,” and accompanying Cole Bennett video, Chicago artist Juice WRLD has announced his upcoming North American tour.
Born Jarad Higgins, Juice WRLD got his start by shunning major streaming services and building a major following on Soundcloud. Within weeks of the February 2018 premiere of his video for “All Girls Are the Same,” he scored a deal with Interscope Records.
Soon after the signing, Juice WRLD made his debut with Goodbye & Good Riddance and drew critical acclaim from the likes of The New York Times, who called it “one of the year’s most effective hip-hop releases.”
Juice WRLD also completed his sold-out, debut headlining tour of North America in 2018 and is set to make his Coachella debut this year.