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Can’t-Miss Summer Concerts

Well Chicago, whether mother nature is ready for it or not, my favorite season is finally here: SUMMER CONCERT SEASON!  Here is a list of can’t-miss concerts if you want to impress your top clients with premium seats or private suites:

Queen & Adam Lambert

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Thursday, June 19th at the United Center
Watch the kickoff of the Queen summer tour as award-winning soloist and American Idol alum, Adam Lambert looks to impress fans by taking over Freddie Mercury’s vocals.

Bruno Mars

Friday, June 20th at First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
Let’s face it; the most interesting thing about the Super Bowl this year was the Bruno Mars halftime show, making him a must-see when he’s in Chicago.

Jimmy Buffett

June 28th at First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
Anyone who has ever joined thousands of other Parrotheads in the parking lot of a Buffett show know it’s an experience unlike any other. We have exactly what you need to host an awesome tailgate. Let’s talk so you can make this happen.

Paul McCartney

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Wednesday, July 9 at the United Center
Whether he’s playing your favorite Beatles songs or something from his solo catalogue, he’s truly pop royalty and Sir Paul will not disappoint.

Lady Gaga

Friday, July 11 at the United Center
After suffering a hip injury and having to cancel much of her Born This Way Ball Tour, Gaga is back to entertain her Little Monsters for her ARTPOP Tour.

Billy Joel

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Friday, July 18 at Wrigley Field
The Windy City is welcoming the Piano Man back with open arms for his first solo show at Wrigley.

Blake Shelton

Saturday, July 19 at Wrigley Field
There’s no bigger partier on this list, so Wrigley Field is the perfect location to get Ten Times Crazier.

Beyonce and Jay Z

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Thursday, July 24 at Soldier Field
Watch as your favorite celebrity power couple takes the stage at the home of the Chicago Bears for one of the most anticipated events of the summer.

Lollapalooza

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Friday, August 1-Sunday August 3rd at Grant Park
Whether you’re in the general admission crowd or cooling down in the VIP tent, you’ll have the chance to enjoy the musical stylings of Outkast, Eminem, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex and many more in Chicago’s annual summer music festival.

Katy Perry

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Thursday, August 7th or Friday, August 8th at the United Center
This “California Gurl” is ready to “Roar” for two nights in Chicago on a stage she designed herself.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Saturday, August 23rd at the United Center
Taking a break from the summer festivals, Tom Petty will be ready to rock at the United Center with some old favorites, and new jams from Hypnotic Eye.

Arcade Fire

Tuesday, August 26th or Wednesday, August 27th at United Center
This is definitely one of the most anticipated concerts of the summer. Watch as Grammy Award-winning Arcade Fire goes out on the road for their first ever arena tour.

There’s truly something for everyone coming to Chicago this summer, and we’re here to hook you up whether you want a private suite, or prefer to sit up close and personal with your favorite artists!

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