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Upcoming Concerts in July
There’s no better way to spend your summer than listening to some of your favorite tunes! Contact your CUI Concierge to secure tickets to these or any other upcoming concerts.
Neil Young – June 30, July 1 at the Auditorium Theatre
Neil Young is heading out on a series of 6 intimate solo shows, his first run of multi-night performances since 2014. Expect to hear some rare picks from his back catalog.
Paramore and Foster the People – July 2 at Huntington Bank Pavilion
Paramore reinvented itself with its 2017 album, After Laughter, introducing a much more synth-focused, pop sound. The band is joined by Foster the People.
Styx and Joan Jett – July 7 at Huntington Bank Pavilion
The two iconic bands will co-headline, with fellow ’80s favorites Tesla opening.
Weezer and the Pixies – July 7 at Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre
Two majorly influential 90s rock bands team up to co-headline July 7. British rockers The Wombats are set to open.
Jimmy Buffett – July 13 at Wrigley Field
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band are returning to Wrigley Field with special guest, Boz Scaggs. Buffett introduced Wrigley to the world as a concert venue in 2005.
Imagine Dragons – July 13 at Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre
The Las Vegas-based indie rockers’ Evolve tour featuring Grace Vanderwaal is set to roll through Tinley’s Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre July 13.
Flaming Lips – July 14 at Taste of Chicago
When you’re not stuffing your face with pizza at Taste of Chicago, you can check out great bands, such as the Flaming Lips.
Journey and Def Leppard – July 14 at Wrigley Field
Two of the biggest names in Rock music for over 40 years will join forces to bring their fans an epic night of music.
Sistine Chapel Tour – July 21 at Arie Crown Theater
For the first time in its 1,500 year history, the Sistine Chapel Choir heads to the US for a month-long
tour. Tickets start at $63 and can be purchased through the tour’s official
The Foo Fighters – July 29, 30 at Wrigley Field
The Foo Fighters will be the first concert of the season at Wrigley Field.
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