Site of 2016 Symphony in the Flint Hills performance will be remote central Kansas pasture

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COTTONWOOD FALLS, Kansas — An annual event that brings the Kansas City Symphony to the Flint Hills will use a remote central Kansas pasture for next year's performance.

The Kansas City Star ( ) reports that the spot near Clements in Chase County is the same location used in 2010 for the popular sunset performance. The theme of the June 11, 2016, concert is "The Future of the Flint Hills."

Tickets for the show will cost $94 for adults and $50 for children under 12. They will go on sale in early spring.

Information from: The Kansas City Star,

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