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Kansas Bible Company coming home after opening for Widespread Panic

After opening for Widespread Panic, KBC is coming home.

Posted on July 25, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on July 25, 2013 at 11:00 a.m.

The boys are back in town.

Kansas Bible Company is returning to Michiana this weekend for a pair of concerts for this first time in more than a year. The 11-piece band, which got its start at Goshen College, recently had the opportunity to open for rockers Widespread Panic.

"Opening for Widespread Panic in Alabama was amazing and an honor, but nothing beats coming home," Kansas Bible Company band member Michael Ruth said in a news release. "Our shows in Goshen and South Bend are going to be a great time. Our Michiana fans never disappoint when it comes to welcoming us home."

Kansas Bible Company, now based in East Nashville, will share the stage this weekend with South Bend's own Infinite Buffalo and the B.E.A.T.

"We've played the same stage as Kansas Bible Company before, and they definitely do not disappoint when it comes to putting on an entertaining show," said Eli Kahn, front man of the B.E.A.T. "When the band let us know they were touring through the area, we took the opportunity to maximize their tour and plan shows in both Goshen and South Bend to reach fans in both of these growing cultural scenes. We're really excited to host these shows at two very unique and fan-favorite venues in the Michiana area."

Kansas Bible Company, Infinite Buffalo and the B.E.A.T. will play first at 10 p.m. Friday, July 26, at Constant Spring, 219 S. Main St. in Goshen. Admission is $5. The show will be 21 and up, so bring a valid ID.

Kansas Bible Company and the B.E.A.T. will play together again at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at Langlab, 1302 High St. in South Bend. Doors open at 8 p.m. with a $10 cover charge. The show is open to all ages, but a valid ID is required for entry.

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