Memorial Hall (Kansas City, Kansas)
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|Location||600 North 7th Street
Kansas City, Kansas 66101
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The venue opened in 1925.
It was the location of American country-music singer Patsy Cline's last public performance, during a benefit concert on March 3, 1963 – two days before her death in an airplane crash in Camden, Tennessee, while en route to Nashville, Tennessee, from Kansas City.
On September 11, 1972, Pink Floyd performed their new concept album, Dark Side of the Moon, 5 months before the record setting album's release. This was also Pink Floyd's first concert in the Kansas City Area.
During its 1975 Dressed to Kill Tour, the American heavy-metal rock band Kiss made its Kansas City metropolitan area concert debut at the venue on April 13, 1975. Its only appearance at the venue, the band opened for the Dutch rock band Golden Earring.
American rock band REO Speedwagon recorded parts of its first live album, Live: You Get What You Play For (1977) at the venue on October 31, 1976, including the album's closing track "Golden Country".
American Rock Band The Grateful Dead played 2 shows there in December of 1979.
On December 1983, Peter Gabriel recorded there part of his live album 'Plays Live'.
- Professional wrestling
- Mixed martial arts
On April 28, 2012, the venue hosted Invicta FC 1: Coenen vs. Ruyssen.
On July 28, 2012, the venue hosted Invicta FC 2: Baszler vs. McMann.
On October 6, 2012, the venue hosted Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sigiyama
On January 5, 2013, the venue hosted Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt
The Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools district holds an annual convocation for staff at the venue each August. All district staff is present for this event.