Howl at the Moon, the Kansas City Power & Light District's first nightclub, will open Friday.
The dueling piano bar, which fills a second-floor spot across Grand Boulevard from Sprint Center, will open to the public at 9 p.m. and feature a full band centered around two baby grand pianos, according to a release.
Howl at the Moon will be the third tenant to open in the $850 million downtown entertainment district, developed by Baltimore-based The Cordish Co. The concept, which has 15 locations, also is in Cordish developments in Louisville and Baltimore.
Power & Light District restaurants Vinino and McFadden's Sports Saloon opened in November below Howl at the Moon. Ted's Montana Grill will open Monday.