In advance of Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 1 at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, the Kansas City Missouri Police Department is providing information that could impact concert-goers and others who may be in the area.
The concert will begin at 8 p.m. Sunday night.
Please avoid the stadium area if you are not attending the concert. Once the concert is over, the westbound I-70 off-ramp to Blue Ridge Cutoff will be closed, as will southbound Blue Ridge Cutoff north of I-70. Northbound Blue Ridge Cutoff will be closed at Raytown Road, and all traffic exiting Gate 4 will be directed westbound to Ozark and Eastern.
For guests taking a rideshare or for those planning to drop off guests, there is no charge for a drop off at the Truman Sports Complex. Rideshare and drop-off vehicles should enter Gate 2 off of Blue Ridge Cutoff and follow signage and staff directions to drop off passengers in Lot J. Following drop off, those vehicles will exit the Truman Sports Complex via Gate 7.
Rideshare and guest pick-up vehicles can begin staging for egress in Lot J after 10 p.m. Again, vehicles must enter through Gate 2 off Blue Ridge Cutoff and follow signs/staff directions to Lot J.
Please do not leave any items of value in your vehicles. Leave them at home while attending the concert.
Do not leave any firearms in your vehicles. Stolen guns lead to violent crime and put more firearms in the hands of people that may not be able to legally possess or purchase them.
Guests may experience delays, so all concert attendees are encouraged to arrive early.
Guests are reminded that access to the Truman Sports Complex for concerts is for ticketed guests only.
The club reserves the right to confirm that guests have tickets at any time.
Guests may not remain in the parking lots or outside the stadium once the headliner has taken the stage.
At the time of the headlining act, any guests in the parking lots or outside the stadium will be asked to enter the stadium with their ticket. If they do not have a ticket the show, they will be required to leave the Truman Sports Complex.