Red Rally Welcomes Kansas City Chiefs to St. Joseph for Training Camp with a concert in the park!

Fans are asked to wear Kansas City Chiefs gear and enjoy the Phil Vandel Concert that begins at 6:30 p.m., courtesy of The St. Joseph Downtown Association and the “Sounds of Summer” 2021 free outdoor concert series. The concert and Red Rally will be held at the Coleman Hawkins Park in Felix Street Square at 713 Felix Downtown St. Joseph, MO. The concert is free and open to the public.

This year’s event will be smaller and modified, due to the ongoing pandemic, low vaccination rate and spiking hospital admissions. Fans are encouraged to safely celebrate and get the COVID-19 vaccine, social distance when possible and wear a mask when the vaccination status of others near you is unknown.

Mitch Hothus will emcee the Red Rally.  KC Wolf will be in attendance in addition to Max the Griffon from Missouri Western State University. No Kansas City Chiefs personnel will be in attendance this year due to National Football League protocols.

For more Training Camp information, visit the Chiefs website.

The Phil Vandel Band is a group of stellar musicians and singers that has a repertoire of hundreds of songs and even though their roots are in country music, their extraordinary musical versatility offers something for almost everyone.
Phil Vandel has traveled the world with his music and continues to bring his powerful, unique style of singing, songwriting, and guitar playing to audiences around the globe at 150-200 shows per year. With performances throughout North America, including several shows each year in Las Vegas, Phil has literally performed everywhere from Hollywood to DC and Canada to Mexico. Phil has been a band member for several multi-award-winning groups and has appeared in Country Weekly Magazine, on CMT, GAC, and on Country Radio Stations worldwide.

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