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Country Artist Logan Mize Announced as Live Music Act for Union Station’s Celebration of the Century

September 3, 2014

September 3, 2014 

Union Station Media Contact: Michael Tritt


Country Artist Logan Mize Announced as Live Music Act for Union Station’s Celebration of the Century​

Friday, Sept. 5 – 5:00 to 9:30 p.m. 

Logan Mize joins the lineup of free entertainment as  Kansas City Celebrates at Union Station 


 KANSAS CITY, MO – Heartland Country-Rocker, Logan Mize, has been announced as the live music feature for this Friday’s kickoff to the Celebration of the Century at Union Station. The live outdoor evening of festivities is free and open to the public. 

Mize has opened for headliners such as Lady Antebellum, the Band Perry, Dierks Bentley, Leann Rimes and Eric Church, and now Kansas City welcomes Clearwater, KS native Mize to perform at a spectacular evening of festivities to celebrate the Station’s centennial anniversary. The Nobody in Nashville singer takes the stage at 6:30 p.m. in front of Union Station. 

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this talented, ambitious country music star to Kansas City to kick off the Celebration of the Century here at Union Station”, George Guastello, president and CEO of Union Station said. “He will help set the tone for an unbelievable evening of great fun and high energy that Kansas City will never forget.” 

Described as “the honest new voice,” Mize is known for his earthy songs and his ability to merge mainstream country with front porch rock ‘n’ roll – a mix sure to please a wide range of tastes. 

The evening will also include The Kansas City Chiefs Red Friday Pep Rally – with live appearances by football players, cheerleaders and KC Wolf; and a breathtaking high-tech digital journey created by Quixotic, Bazillion Pictures and BIC Media and presented by Ivy Funds, Waddell and Reed, and the National World War I Museum. An extraordinary fireworks finale will cap off the historic evening. 

Union Station officials encourage attendees to bring lawn chairs and blankets, and arrive outside the station and surrounding grounds as early as 5:00 p.m. to enjoy the entire evening. 

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About Union Station Kansas City, Inc. Union Station Kansas City is a historical landmark and civic asset renovated and reopened to the public in 1999 that will celebrate its Centennial anniversary on Oct. 30, 2014. The organization, driven by its mission of science and history education and entertainment, hosts a variety of world-class traveling exhibits. Union Station is first North American site for the fascinating exhibit, “The Discovery of King Tut.” Union Station also is the home several other attractions, including Kansas City’s Science Center; the popular Model Railroad Experience; the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium; the Regnier Extreme Screen Theatre, the region’s largest screen 3D movie theater; H&R Block City Stage featuring live theater, and a selection of unique shops and restaurants. Union Station is also home to prominent area civic organizations and businesses. Visit for details. 


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