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Chicago Concerts 2018, 2019

Monday
22
October
2018
301.00
Monday
22
October
2018
Monday
22
October
2018
Monday
22
October
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
61.00
61.00
Monday
22
October
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
67.00
67.00
Monday
22
October
2018
Chicago, IL
08:00 PM
50.00-275.00
50.00-275.00
Monday
22
October
2018
Monday
22
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Chicago, IL
03:30 AM
3385.00
3385.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
36.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
41.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
30.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
116.00
116.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
53.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
67.00
67.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
154.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
218.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Chicago, IL
08:00 PM
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Tuesday
23
October
2018
09:00 PM
39.00
39.00
Tuesday
23
October
2018
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Chicago, IL
03:30 AM
3616.00
3616.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
36.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
01:00 PM
109.00
109.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Chicago, IL
01:30 PM
145.00
145.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
15.00-22.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Chicago, IL
06:00 PM
55.00
55.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
44.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Wednesday
24
October
2018
Chicago, IL
06:30 PM
50.00
50.00
Wednesday
24
October
2018

Chicago, being the third largest city in America, is at the very heart and soul of American music at every level of exposure, whether mainstream pop music or artists flying the indie flag. The greater Chicago area has produced some of the finest art of any musical genre for countless decades to the enjoyment of fans all over the world, whether it’s Earth, Wind & Fire or Kanye West; Styx or Louis Armstrong; Frankie Knuckles or Muddy Waters. Entire genres of popular music were either born or evolved in the city. There can be no surprise whatsoever that its music scene has endured throughout time and that Chicago remains one of the most sought-after destinations for artists to gig.

2018 has a bumper-crop for fans longing to see top-notch artists, bands and DJs performing in Chicago. There has never been a better time to see a long list of events and tours from the biggest icons on the planet; especially as a number of them are winding down their touring careers. So this may truly be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Legends of entertainment

The United Centre will bear witness to the final Chicago performances of two pop music icons in 2018. Sir Elton John closes the curtain on over half a century of touring, as he announced that his 3-year “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” global tour, starting in September 2018, would be his final tour. Performing more than 300 shows around the world, Elton starts off his tour in the US and makes Chicago one of his first stops on 26 October. Seeing a jam-packed United Centre sing in unison will be a fitting tribute to the incredible career of one of pop music’s brightest finest.

Folk music veteran Paul Simon has also announced his upcoming tour – “Homeward Bound” – as the final tour of his long and storied career. From his influential, multiple Grammy Award-winning duo Simon and Garfunkel, to his game-changing solo albums like “Graceland”, Simon has been a part of the fabric of American music since the Sixties. He plays the United Centre on 6 June.

Meanwhile, at the Chicago Theatre, the quintessential singer-songwriter and activist icon Joan Baez hangs up her touring career jersey on her “Fare Thee Well” tour, in celebration of her incredible career and on the heels of her new album, “Whistle Down The Wind” released in March 2018. She has been the soundtrack to generations of music-lovers, inspired to change the world around them through her music and her stubborn determination to stand up for the vulnerable throughout her career. She plays Chicago for the last time on 5 October.

The juggernaut of funk that is George Clinton, of Parliament and Funkadelic, has also announced his intention to retire from touring with Parliament in 2019. Alongside the likes of James Brown and Sly Stone, Clinton is widely regarded as one of the primary innovators of funk music, with his unique style of sci-fi and psych-influenced grooves. His influence can be found throughout hip-hop’s evolution, racking up countless numbers of guest features and sample credits on hip-hop records, both mainstream and underground. Join Parliament for a celebration of Clinton’s unparalleled career of ground-breaking funk at Taste of Chicago / Petrillo Music Shell on 15 July.

The decorated Sir Tom Jones has performed in front of sitting US Presidents and royalty, with countless hits and accolades. Best known for his “It’s Not Unusual” smash hit as well as others like “Delilah”, “What’s New, Pussycat?” and “Sex Bomb”, his career spans over 5 decades. Currently one of the coaches on the UK’s version of The Voice, Sir Tom has not lost his love for touring and performing and hits House of Blues Chicago on 13 May

Chicago Summer of Superstars

At the other end of the career spectrum, some of the top concerts in Chicago will feature the youngest, red-hot international superstars. Their legion of adoring fans will make it imperative that you search for tickets as early as humanly possible.

Harry Styles, formerly of the world-conquering British boyband, One Direction, hits the United Centre on June 30, as part of “Harry Styles Live on Tour”, where he will be supported by country music star and Nashville Star alumni, Kacey Musgraves. Many 1D fans were heartbroken when the group announced their hiatus in 2016, however, Styles’ newfound solo success has given him the space to move his sound into more rockier and folkier territory. Nevertheless, his pop stardom and effortless cool will ensure that tickets will sell out in a matter of minutes, if not seconds, so keep your eyes and ears open and ready.

Country music star turned full-fledged global pop icon and cultural leader, Taylor Swift, brings her “reputation Stadium Tour” to Soldier Field on 1 June. Fresh off the release of her album, “reputation”, which was the best-selling album of 2017, she embarks on a 53-stop tour, supported by Charli XCX and Camila Cabello. This is another show guaranteed to sell out in the blink of an eye, so you do not want to miss this under any circumstance once tickets are available for sale.

Outside the realm of top 40 pop, country music superstar Shania Twain is back! She makes her return concert in Chicago as part of her “Shania Now” tour, her first tour since 2015’s “Rock This Country” tour, which was thought to be her farewell tour due to health problems. Nevertheless, the highest selling female country artist of all time is back wowing crowds all over the US and her native Canada. She arrives to set the United Centre stage alight on 19 May.

Pop-punk nostalgia comes to the Chicago concert scene in May. Canadian pop-punk 5-piece, Sum-41 celebrate the 15-year anniversary of the release of their second album, the wildly successful “Does this look infected?” by going on tour. Frontman Deryck Whibley released a statement saying “…Out of nowhere we started to receive messages from fans asking us to do another DTLI anniversary tour…and when the fans call, we go.” Making this tour an even bigger threat and a must-see for their fans is the return of original members Dave Baksh and Cone McCaslin. They play at Concord Music Hall on 18 May.

The Next Big Thing in Chicago

The soulful baritone of the UK’s Rag’n’Bone Man seems to be everywhere over the last few years, with his smash hit “Human” appearing on everything from adverts to movie trailers. With such a soulful, vulnerable style, his live show is described by reviewers with such superlatives as “entrancing”, “engaging” and “raw”. He hits the Park West stage on 12 June and is sure to win over a whole new set of American fans.

Fans of the smash hit TV show, “Empire”, already know what many casual concert-goers may not. Jussie Smollett, aka Jamal Lyon, can really sing! The NAACP Image Award winner and California native brings his considerable talents and undeniable star power to the Subterranean stage on 10 June.

Quirky electronic band, Little Dragon, are a four-piece electronic band from Gothenburg, Sweden. They have received almost unanimous critical acclaim throughout their career, with Grammy nominations and frequent high-profile collaborations with De La Soul, Gorillaz, SBTRKT, Kaytranada and more. They are set to play a memorable concert at Chicago’s Vic Theatre on 7 July.

The biggest Hip-Hop & R&B stars in Chicago

With an unbridled, sensual funk influenced by the late great Prince and others, but with a quirkiness and world-building that’s very much her own, the six-time Grammy nominated Janelle Monae is set to let her freak flag fly at The Chicago Theatre on 5 July. One of the few R&B artists that can truly be said to be moving the genre forward, blending R&B, funk, jazz and hip-hop with Afro-futuristic narratives and an unapologetic sense of joy, which can be felt in her utterly captivating live show. After starring in wildly successful movies, Moonlight (Oscar winner for Best Picture in 2017) and Hidden Figures (nominated for 3 Oscars), her star is brighter than ever. Tickets are sure to be hard to come by if you hesitate.

Wu-Tang Clan stand-out and veteran hip-hop lyricist Raekwon blesses the stage at The Promontory on 18 May. One of the most consistent members of the Wu-Tang Clan, in terms of quality of verses and solo output, Raekwon maintains that hallowed ground of being an elder statesman of sorts, yet someone that is still considered relevant by millions of hip-hop fans, thanks to pioneering a whole subgenre of mafioso-inspired rap. The Miami New Times referred to his music as a “gangsta Iliad”. With bonafide classic solo albums under his belt, such as “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx” and “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II”, he released his latest album, “The Wild” in 2017.

NY wordsmith Joey Bada$$ has made himself a name as one of the leading lights of the younger generation of hip-hop artists and is edging ever closer to making himself a household name. Blending street knowledge and political musings beyond his years and a youthful energy that grabs the listener by the scruff of the neck. He is set to tear it up at Concord Music Hall on 23 May.

With such a packed schedule of events, how can anyone not want to experience what Chicago’s venues have to offer? Let Feeltix be your guide, so you never have to miss an event.

Best concerts in Chicago 2018/19

Phil Collins

Phil Collins will be performing a concert in Chicago on Monday 22 October 2018 at United Center.
Tickets from $50.00 to $275.00

Philip David Charles Collins LVO is an English drummer, singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor. He was the drummer and singer of the rock band Genesis and is also a solo artist. Wikipedia Genres: Pop, soft rock, progressive rock, art rock, jazz fusion Top hits: "In the Air Tonight"...


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Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Chicago Symphony Orchestra will be performing 107 concerts in Chicago between Thursday 25 October 2018 and Tuesday 25 June 2019 at Symphony Center-IL.
Tickets from $111.00 to $301.00

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) founded by Theodore Thomas in 1891 is one of the ‘Big Five’ orchestras in the US. They are considered to be the best of the 5. The current music director is Riccardo Muti. It is one of the oldest orchestras in the US, along with New York Philharmonic Orch...


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Elton John

Elton John will hold 2 concerts in Chicago between Friday 26 October 2018 and Saturday 27 October 2018 at United Center.
Tickets from $59.50 to $249.50

Sir Elton Hercules John CBE is an English singer, pianist, and composer from Pinner, Middlesex, England. Starting a career in 1963. Genres: Rock, pop rock, glam rock, soft rock, rhythm and blues Top hits: "Tiny Dancer", "Rocket Man", "Your Song", "Can You Fe...


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Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group will hold 89 concerts in Chicago between Saturday 27 October 2018 and Sunday 30 December 2018 at Briar Street Theatre.
Tickets from $85.00 to $124.00

It wouldn't be farfetched to claim that the Blue Man Group is an oddity in today's musical scene. The three band members are known to paint their entire head and face with bright blue color during the performance. The band uses classifies itself as a performance art company and is famed for ...


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Ghost

Ghost will hold a concert in Chicago on Thursday 1 November 2018 at Aragon Ballroom.
Tickets from $39.50 to $73.00

You have the opportunity to see Ghost in Chicago! Yes, the eccentric Swedish rock band is coming for a tour. The band consists of Tobias Forge, Nameless Ghouls (the instrumentalists of the band) and Papa Nihil. They are popular for mimicking the Roman Catholic but seem to worship the Satan instead o...


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Lany

Lany will be performing a concert in Chicago on Thursday 1 November 2018 at Riviera Theatre - IL.
Tickets for $58.00

The band LANY (short for Los Angeles New York) is an indie pop band consisting of Paul Jason Klein, Jake Clifford Goss and Charles Leslie "Les" Priest formed in the year 2014. You can get to see LANY in Chicago as they come for a tour. Hot Lights and Walk Away are the very first songs t...


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Ty Segall

Ty Segall will have 2 concerts in Chicago between Friday 2 November 2018 and Friday 2 November 2018 at Thalia Hall.
Tickets for $53.00

Born in Laguna Beach, Florida, Ty Garrett Segall is an American record producer, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He specializes in indie rock, punk rock and garage rock type of music and has released a total of 10 albums. He is best known for songs such as “Break a Guitar”,...


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Circa Survive

Circa Survive will hold a concert in Chicago on Saturday 3 November 2018 at Vic Theatre.
Tickets for $59.00

Circa Survive is an American rock band led by Anthony Green. The band is from Philadelphia and was formed in 2004. This may be your opportunity to see Circa Survive in Chicago as they come for a tour. Starting with the debut album Juturna in 2005 and the second album On Letting Go in 2007, Circa ...


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Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons will have a concert in Chicago on Saturday 3 November 2018 at Auditorium Theatre - IL.
Tickets for $142.00

Frankie Valli is an American singer and actor, known as the frontman of The Four Seasons beginning in 1960. He is known for his unusually powerful head voice. Wikipedia Genres: Rock, pop Top hits: "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You", "December, 1963", "My Eyes Adored You&q...


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Kamasi Washington

Kamasi Washington will hold a concert in Chicago on Saturday 3 November 2018 at Riviera Theatre - IL.
Tickets for $67.00

From Los Angeles, California, Kamasi Washington is an American bandleader, producer, Jazz Saxophonist, and composer. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry including Nas, Snoop Dogg, Lauryn Hill, Chaka Khan, George Duke, Flying Lotus, Mike Muir, Thundercat, and Kendrick L...


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Thievery Corporation

Thievery Corporation will be performing 3 concerts in Chicago between Saturday 3 November 2018 and Thursday 8 November 2018 at House Of Blues - Chicago.
Tickets from $51.00 to $87.00

Thievery Corporation contrary to their name is an electro music duo. Founded in 1995, the duo’s music is a unique mixture borrowing from Jazz, Middle Eastern, Indian Classical and reggae. The band’s formation and the unique music was an experiment that aimed to bring something new to the...


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Violent Femmes

Violent Femmes will be performing a concert in Chicago on Sunday 4 November 2018 at Vic Theatre.
Tickets for $63.00

If you are a fan of 1980s music then you must surely have heard of the American folk punk band Violent Femmes consisting of Gordon Gano, John Sparrow, and Brian Ritchie. The band was active from 1980 to 2009, before being disbanded. However, in 2013 the band reunited to perform actively again. Now y...


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Josh Groban

Josh Groban will have a concert in Chicago on Tuesday 6 November 2018 at United Center.
Tickets from $35.00 to $199.50

To say Josh Groban is “talented” would be an understatement. The 37-year-old native of LA is listed not only as a singer but also an actor, songwriter and record producer. But it’s his singing is what he’s best known for. He has four solo certified multiplatinum albums and re...


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