Hooligan Holiday celebrates 20 years of Kansas City tradition

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The Hooligan Holiday is a Kansas City tradition, now entering its 20th Anniversary. The event was started as a holiday house party for the Kansas City music community. The party has since grown to being hosted at multiple venues throughout a three-day weekend with the main night being at the Uptown Theater.

The past years have set the stage for performances by many legendary bands that have catered to a diverse audience.


Dec. 12
The Riot Room
4048 Broadway St.
Doors: 8pm

Dec. 13
Mini Bar
3810 Broadway St.
Doors: 10pm

Dec. 14
The Uptown Theater
3700 Broadway St.
Doors: 7pm