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Andy McKee & Friends-Concert For A Child

Date: Aug 26, 2022
Time: 7:30 PM

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Standard Admission $40
VIP $100

Concert for a Child is back for its second year on Friday, August 26, 2022, at Topeka Performing Arts Center. World-renown fingerstyle guitarists Andy McKee, Calum Graham, and Trevor Gordon Hall will host a Masterclass for aspiring guitarists and perform a special concert jointly benefiting Capper Foundation's Pediatric Scholarship Assistance Fund and Topeka Performing Arts Center.

The heart of this event for Capper Foundation is raising funds to help children with disabilities who are uninsured or underinsured receive pediatric therapy services. 75% of the families we serve utilize the scholarship assistance fund to help cover the cost of their child's services. Click here for more information about our pediatric therapy services.

For Topeka Performing Arts Center, the heart of this event is raising funds to support art education programs for all youth in our community. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Sheffel Theater Clinic and Schooltime Theater Series as well as Masterclasses, and Gingerbread Homes For the Holidays.

Together, we are helping children to build abilities and achievement in the arts!

Event Info

Schedule of Events:

Masterclass (4 pm - 6 pm): Spots are available for 60 aspiring guitarists to learn from and practice with Andy, Calum, and Trevor on the performance stage. Tickets are $180 per person and include the class, a general admission ticket to the concert, and a light dinner before the concert. Whether you are a master player, a beginner, or just an enthusiastic fan, our guitar workshop will benefit your playing and appreciation for acoustic fingerstyle guitar. The artists will teach you the techniques and musical ideas that will help take your own playing to new and exciting places. Class participants will be able to store their guitars in a secure room with a security check process during the concert. Participants can upgrade their general admission ticket to a VIP ticket by contacting Capper Foundation's Development Department at 785.272.4060.

Concert (begins at 7:30 pm):

  • Standard Admission Tickets are $40 per person for reserved seating on the main floor. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m. for standard admission ticket holders.
  • VIP Tickets are $100 per person for reserved front-of-house seating. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for VIP ticket holders. VIP ticket also includes:
    • Access to a private area with appetizers and complimentary Blind Tiger Brewery beer and wine. A cash bar will be available.
    • Meet and Greet with Andy, Calum, and Trevor after the concert.
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Andy McKee

Andy McKee is one of the world’s finest acoustic guitarists and it’s evident from the accolades he’s received throughout his career. It’s his youthful energy, attention to song structure and melodic content that elevates him above the rest. After nearly a decade without releasing new studio recordings, McKee returns with his six-track EP, Symbol, out Friday, September 17 on Mythmaker Records in conjunction with Cruzen Street Records.

Calum Graham

Born in Fort St. John, British Columbia and currently residing in Victoria, Calum Graham has been building a name for himself across the globe for the last 12 years with his passionate solo acoustic guitar prowess and was named one of the World’s Top 30 Guitarists under 30 by Acoustic Guitar Magazine.

Trevor Gordon Hall

Through his work, Trevor Gordon Hall has established himself as a unique and pioneering voice on the international stage, albeit one who speaks through his guitar and every sound that it’s capable of, rather than words. On top of a touring calendar that’s taken him through 17 countries and counting, his discography has amassed millions of listens and views through streaming services such as Spotify and YouTube, allowing his music to connect meaningfully with listeners across all borders, regardless of their language or location.

Covid and Your Safety


The Topeka Performing Arts Center has taken enhanced health and safety measures to protect you and our team. However, there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any place where people gather. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By entering the venue, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and waive any claims against the venue and the event organizer relating to such risks, hazards and dangers. The venue disclaims any and all liability related thereto.

-Currently there are no restrictions in place by the Topeka Performing Arts Center. Check our event listings for updates.

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-The Topeka Performing Arts Center follows CDC guidelines regarding Covid-19.

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