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Chicago Hip-Hop/Rap Concerts

Thursday
15
November
2018
Chicago, IL
07:00 PM
35.00
35.00
Friday
16
November
2018
Friday
16
November
2018
Saturday
17
November
2018
Chicago, IL
03:30 AM
96.00
96.00
Saturday
17
November
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
49.95-96.00
49.95-96.00
Saturday
17
November
2018
Chicago, IL
08:00 PM
49.95
49.95
Saturday
17
November
2018
Saturday
17
November
2018
Monday
19
November
2018
Chicago, IL
09:00 PM
43.00
43.00
Tuesday
20
November
2018
Tuesday
20
November
2018
Friday
23
November
2018
Saturday
24
November
2018
Saturday
24
November
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
25.00-140.50
25.00-140.50
Saturday
24
November
2018
Monday
26
November
2018
Tuesday
27
November
2018
Wednesday
28
November
2018
35.00
Wednesday
28
November
2018
08:00 PM
61.00
61.00
Friday
30
November
2018
Saturday
01
December
2018
35.00-75.00
Monday
03
December
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
43.50-73.00
43.50-73.00
Tuesday
04
December
2018
27.50
Tuesday
04
December
2018
Wednesday
05
December
2018
49.50-60.00
Thursday
06
December
2018
Chicago, IL
07:30 PM
45.00-139.95
45.00-139.95
Friday
07
December
2018
Chicago, IL
10:00 PM
Saturday
08
December
2018
Tuesday
11
December
2018
Wednesday
12
December
2018
Sunday
16
December
2018
25.00
Tuesday
18
December
2018
30.00
Saturday
22
December
2018
Friday
28
December
2018
Wednesday
09
January
2019
Chicago, IL
08:00 PM
37.50-53.00
37.50-53.00
Saturday
19
January
2019
Chicago, IL
08:00 PM
Friday
01
February
2019
Chicago, IL
08:00 PM
Friday
01
February
2019
Sunday
10
February
2019
Sunday
10
February
2019

Beyond the mega-stardom of Chicago’s most famous son, Kanye West, it’s easy to forget that its hip-hop scene has repeatedly given the world phenomenal artists. From legendary rappers like Twista and Common; influential wordsmiths like Lupe Fiasco and Rhymefest; multiple Grammy winner, Chance the Rapper; as well as modern torchbearers like Vic Mensa, G Herbo, Mick Jenkins and more.

So, it should hardly come as a surprise that Chicago rap concerts are able to attract some of the biggest names in hip-hop to grace stages throughout the city in the upcoming months.

Born in the Trap

The Huntington Bank Pavillion will play host to some of the hottest artists in the industry in 2018. Trap is well represented throughout the summer. The red-hot Post Malone, fresh off the release of his chart-topping album “Beerbongs & Bentleys” will be at the Pavillion on 5 June. On 14 August, Oakland superstar G-Eazy makes the Pavillion the next stop on his Endless Summer Tour.

Toronto’s KILLY takes the stage at Subterranean on 20 May. The veteran Plies comes to Joe’s on Weed Street on 25th May. The House of Blues plays host to Ugly God and a special guest on 30 May, while you can see Famous Dex do his thing at the Beat Kitchen on 14 June.

If YouTube and Soundcloud superstars are more your speed, Chicago has plenty of rap concerts in store for you. Atlantic Records’ viral sensation Bhad Bhabie comes to the Bottom Lounge on 15 May, with support from Asian Doll. The Beat Kitchen sees the line-up of Jake Hill, Jordan Bell and Atlas Greene on 30 May.

Beats, Rhymes & Life

For lovers of lyricism, Chicago’s concert scene has attracted some of the finest wordsmiths in hip-hop to perform in 2018. Joyner Lucas, who broke the internet on 2017 with his controversial “I’m not racist” music video, comes to the Bottom Lounge on 13 May. Evidence, the veteran Cali MC/Producer, hits Subterranean on 25 May in support of his critically-acclaimed album, “Weather or Not”. Subterranean will be jumping off this weekend, as the very next day, Dreamville Records’ rising star, Cozz, will be showcasing his February 2018 album “Effected”. Hip-hop legends Black Star (Talib Kweli & Yasiin Bey, formerly known as Mos Def), rumored to be releasing a new album in 2018 with super-producer Madlib, will be hitting the stage at Taste of Chicago on 13 July, supported by Madame Gandhi.

The Finest Homegrown

Of course, what would the Chicago scene be without the wealth of homegrown talent and hip-hop nights? Subterranean hosts a regular Hip-Hop Open Mic Night on Tuesdays throughout the month of May as well as several nights featuring exclusively local talents like Heffyraps, Kay Karma, $ike the Drug and more.

For the most up-to-date info on rap & hip-hop concerts and tickets in Chicago, stay locked to Feeltix.

Best Upcoming Hip-Hop/Rap Concerts in Chicago

Young Fathers

Young Fathers will have a concert in Chicago on Monday 19 November 2018 at Bottom Lounge.
Tickets for $43.00

From Scotland, Great Britain, Young Fathers is a Scottish band based in Edinburgh consisting of Alloysious Massaquoi, Kayus Bankole and Graham “G” Hastings. The band has released three albums so far with “Dead” coming out in 2014, “White Men Are Black Men Too” fol...


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Travis Scott

Travis Scott will have a concert in Chicago on Thursday 6 December 2018 at United Center.
Tickets from $45.00 to $139.95

Travis Scott, of the real name Jacques Berman Webster II, is a singer, rapper, songwriter and record producer from America. This may be your chance to see Travis Scott in Chicago as he comes for a tour. Before starting his solo career Travis Scott is part of the band The Graduates, the duo of him...


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Oliver Francis

Oliver Francis will be performing a concert in Chicago on Friday 7 December 2018 at Subterranean.

Oliver Francis is a rapper from Columbia, Missouri who rose to fame via online platforms such as SoundCloud and YouTube. You can get to see Oliver Francis in Chicago as he comes to perform there. Oliver Francis made use of the internet to create reach for his musical works. As of August 2017, he ...


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