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Can’t-Miss Concerts in Chicago This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Chicago This Month
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When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in Chicago. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling superstars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Chicago This Month
  • BANKS broke out in 2014 with a moody, dark pop sound that captured the popularity of contemporary R&B with the cleverness of the indie scene. She's touring in support of her latest album, "III," with fellow singer-songwriter, Kevin Garrett.
  • The Austin, Texas resident rocker, Emily Wolfe, transcends the ranks of ordinary musicians. Her creative songwriting keeps her fans aglow thanks to her powerful lead vocals and epic guitar style.
  • Emily Bear is undeniably a virtuoso. The classically trained pianist effortlessly navigates every genre and distills exquisite lead vocals, tight song-craft, expansive orchestration, mind-blowing piano performance, and cinematic scope into emotionally-charged pop.
  • This electro hip-hop duo from Down Under has been at it since 2000, concocting a fun, dynamic, and infectious sound from their diverse range of influences.
  • Cedric Burnside was literally born into the blues as the son, and grandson, of prominent bluesmen. So he followed in their footsteps, but then kept going. See the award-winning guitarist and drummer at SPACE.
  • Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears return with their most complex and reflective album yet. "The Difference Between Me & You" draws in elements of hill country blues, cowpunk, and southern soul.
  • The long-time front woman for GRAMMY-winning blues-rock band, Alabama Shakes, debuts as a soloist with "Jaime." Titled after her sister, the record is full of Howard's honesty as she examines spirituality, love, and race.
  • Kaskade was one of the pioneering progressive house DJs of the 2000s who began selling out arena shows and residencies in Las Vegas. You won't find the EDM icon in a more intimate setting than Concord Music Hall.
  • This Portland-based trio of sisters just dropped their sophomore album, "Good Luck, Kid," with specialized harmonies and ceaseless intensity. Don't miss the band that's stretching the boundaries of folk and Americana music.
  • Known for an uncompromised, utopic flow, R.A.P. Ferreira has earned a sizable following within independent hip hop by rigorous, constant touring and an elevated, explorational style of performance.
  • Greta Kline's NYC-influenced, lo-fi indie rock quartet, Frankie Cosmos, has redefined what's possible for DIY artists. Ready to drop their fourth studio record, "Close It Quietly," the group will bring some new tunes to Thalia Hall.
  • Toeing the line between country and folk, this Boston-based roots trio will stun you with their rich harmonies and impressive fiddle, guitar, and upright bass skills.
  • Since appearing on the Atlanta music scene in the late '90s, Anthony David has become a cult favorite. First as an India Arie collaborator and later as a solo act, David has established himself not only as a performer but as a prolific songwriter and musician.
  • After 50 active years of hit song making, it's safe to say that the esteemed singer-songwriter and musician resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats.
  • Groove to the smooth beats of Phony Ppl, the Brooklyn-based R&B and hip-hop group that brings something different to every stage.
  • For 25 years, Gov't Mule has brought joy to audiences around the world. Celebrate a quarter century of their soulful, southern blues rock at the Riviera Theatre.
  • From college football linebacker to "Survivor: Nicaragua" runner up to in-demand singer-songwriter, Chase Rice has found his place in country music with a smooth croon that sounds like Nashville.
  • Weyes Blood has a soft rock and folk sound that brings the 1970s to the present day. Her uplifting love songs need to be seen live.
  • BANKS broke out in 2014 with a moody, dark pop sound that captured the popularity of contemporary R&B with the cleverness of the indie scene. She's touring in support of her latest album, "III," with fellow singer-songwriter, Kevin Garrett.
  • The Austin, Texas resident rocker, Emily Wolfe, transcends the ranks of ordinary musicians. Her creative songwriting keeps her fans aglow thanks to her powerful lead vocals and epic guitar style.
  • Emily Bear is undeniably a virtuoso. The classically trained pianist effortlessly navigates every genre and distills exquisite lead vocals, tight song-craft, expansive orchestration, mind-blowing piano performance, and cinematic scope into emotionally-charged pop.
  • This electro hip-hop duo from Down Under has been at it since 2000, concocting a fun, dynamic, and infectious sound from their diverse range of influences.
  • Cedric Burnside was literally born into the blues as the son, and grandson, of prominent bluesmen. So he followed in their footsteps, but then kept going. See the award-winning guitarist and drummer at SPACE.
  • Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears return with their most complex and reflective album yet. "The Difference Between Me & You" draws in elements of hill country blues, cowpunk, and southern soul.
  • The long-time front woman for GRAMMY-winning blues-rock band, Alabama Shakes, debuts as a soloist with "Jaime." Titled after her sister, the record is full of Howard's honesty as she examines spirituality, love, and race.
  • Kaskade was one of the pioneering progressive house DJs of the 2000s who began selling out arena shows and residencies in Las Vegas. You won't find the EDM icon in a more intimate setting than Concord Music Hall.
  • This Portland-based trio of sisters just dropped their sophomore album, "Good Luck, Kid," with specialized harmonies and ceaseless intensity. Don't miss the band that's stretching the boundaries of folk and Americana music.
  • Known for an uncompromised, utopic flow, R.A.P. Ferreira has earned a sizable following within independent hip hop by rigorous, constant touring and an elevated, explorational style of performance.
  • Greta Kline's NYC-influenced, lo-fi indie rock quartet, Frankie Cosmos, has redefined what's possible for DIY artists. Ready to drop their fourth studio record, "Close It Quietly," the group will bring some new tunes to Thalia Hall.
  • Toeing the line between country and folk, this Boston-based roots trio will stun you with their rich harmonies and impressive fiddle, guitar, and upright bass skills.
  • Since appearing on the Atlanta music scene in the late '90s, Anthony David has become a cult favorite. First as an India Arie collaborator and later as a solo act, David has established himself not only as a performer but as a prolific songwriter and musician.
  • After 50 active years of hit song making, it's safe to say that the esteemed singer-songwriter and musician resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats.
  • Groove to the smooth beats of Phony Ppl, the Brooklyn-based R&B and hip-hop group that brings something different to every stage.
  • For 25 years, Gov't Mule has brought joy to audiences around the world. Celebrate a quarter century of their soulful, southern blues rock at the Riviera Theatre.
  • From college football linebacker to "Survivor: Nicaragua" runner up to in-demand singer-songwriter, Chase Rice has found his place in country music with a smooth croon that sounds like Nashville.
  • Weyes Blood has a soft rock and folk sound that brings the 1970s to the present day. Her uplifting love songs need to be seen live.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Chicago This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Chicago This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in Chicago This Month
Colección de Eventbrite
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in Chicago. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling superstars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of the hottest concerts in Chicago. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling superstars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
  • BANKS broke out in 2014 with a moody, dark pop sound that captured the popularity of contemporary R&B with the cleverness of the indie scene. She's touring in support of her latest album, "III," with fellow singer-songwriter, Kevin Garrett.
  • The Austin, Texas resident rocker, Emily Wolfe, transcends the ranks of ordinary musicians. Her creative songwriting keeps her fans aglow thanks to her powerful lead vocals and epic guitar style.
  • Emily Bear is undeniably a virtuoso. The classically trained pianist effortlessly navigates every genre and distills exquisite lead vocals, tight song-craft, expansive orchestration, mind-blowing piano performance, and cinematic scope into emotionally-charged pop.
  • This electro hip-hop duo from Down Under has been at it since 2000, concocting a fun, dynamic, and infectious sound from their diverse range of influences.
  • Cedric Burnside was literally born into the blues as the son, and grandson, of prominent bluesmen. So he followed in their footsteps, but then kept going. See the award-winning guitarist and drummer at SPACE.
  • Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears return with their most complex and reflective album yet. "The Difference Between Me & You" draws in elements of hill country blues, cowpunk, and southern soul.
  • The long-time front woman for GRAMMY-winning blues-rock band, Alabama Shakes, debuts as a soloist with "Jaime." Titled after her sister, the record is full of Howard's honesty as she examines spirituality, love, and race.
  • Kaskade was one of the pioneering progressive house DJs of the 2000s who began selling out arena shows and residencies in Las Vegas. You won't find the EDM icon in a more intimate setting than Concord Music Hall.
  • This Portland-based trio of sisters just dropped their sophomore album, "Good Luck, Kid," with specialized harmonies and ceaseless intensity. Don't miss the band that's stretching the boundaries of folk and Americana music.
  • Known for an uncompromised, utopic flow, R.A.P. Ferreira has earned a sizable following within independent hip hop by rigorous, constant touring and an elevated, explorational style of performance.
  • Greta Kline's NYC-influenced, lo-fi indie rock quartet, Frankie Cosmos, has redefined what's possible for DIY artists. Ready to drop their fourth studio record, "Close It Quietly," the group will bring some new tunes to Thalia Hall.
  • Toeing the line between country and folk, this Boston-based roots trio will stun you with their rich harmonies and impressive fiddle, guitar, and upright bass skills.
  • Since appearing on the Atlanta music scene in the late '90s, Anthony David has become a cult favorite. First as an India Arie collaborator and later as a solo act, David has established himself not only as a performer but as a prolific songwriter and musician.
  • After 50 active years of hit song making, it's safe to say that the esteemed singer-songwriter and musician resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats.
  • Groove to the smooth beats of Phony Ppl, the Brooklyn-based R&B and hip-hop group that brings something different to every stage.
  • For 25 years, Gov't Mule has brought joy to audiences around the world. Celebrate a quarter century of their soulful, southern blues rock at the Riviera Theatre.
  • From college football linebacker to "Survivor: Nicaragua" runner up to in-demand singer-songwriter, Chase Rice has found his place in country music with a smooth croon that sounds like Nashville.
  • Weyes Blood has a soft rock and folk sound that brings the 1970s to the present day. Her uplifting love songs need to be seen live.
  • BANKS broke out in 2014 with a moody, dark pop sound that captured the popularity of contemporary R&B with the cleverness of the indie scene. She's touring in support of her latest album, "III," with fellow singer-songwriter, Kevin Garrett.
  • The Austin, Texas resident rocker, Emily Wolfe, transcends the ranks of ordinary musicians. Her creative songwriting keeps her fans aglow thanks to her powerful lead vocals and epic guitar style.
  • Emily Bear is undeniably a virtuoso. The classically trained pianist effortlessly navigates every genre and distills exquisite lead vocals, tight song-craft, expansive orchestration, mind-blowing piano performance, and cinematic scope into emotionally-charged pop.
  • This electro hip-hop duo from Down Under has been at it since 2000, concocting a fun, dynamic, and infectious sound from their diverse range of influences.
  • Cedric Burnside was literally born into the blues as the son, and grandson, of prominent bluesmen. So he followed in their footsteps, but then kept going. See the award-winning guitarist and drummer at SPACE.
  • Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears return with their most complex and reflective album yet. "The Difference Between Me & You" draws in elements of hill country blues, cowpunk, and southern soul.
  • The long-time front woman for GRAMMY-winning blues-rock band, Alabama Shakes, debuts as a soloist with "Jaime." Titled after her sister, the record is full of Howard's honesty as she examines spirituality, love, and race.
  • Kaskade was one of the pioneering progressive house DJs of the 2000s who began selling out arena shows and residencies in Las Vegas. You won't find the EDM icon in a more intimate setting than Concord Music Hall.
  • This Portland-based trio of sisters just dropped their sophomore album, "Good Luck, Kid," with specialized harmonies and ceaseless intensity. Don't miss the band that's stretching the boundaries of folk and Americana music.
  • Known for an uncompromised, utopic flow, R.A.P. Ferreira has earned a sizable following within independent hip hop by rigorous, constant touring and an elevated, explorational style of performance.
  • Greta Kline's NYC-influenced, lo-fi indie rock quartet, Frankie Cosmos, has redefined what's possible for DIY artists. Ready to drop their fourth studio record, "Close It Quietly," the group will bring some new tunes to Thalia Hall.
  • Toeing the line between country and folk, this Boston-based roots trio will stun you with their rich harmonies and impressive fiddle, guitar, and upright bass skills.
  • Since appearing on the Atlanta music scene in the late '90s, Anthony David has become a cult favorite. First as an India Arie collaborator and later as a solo act, David has established himself not only as a performer but as a prolific songwriter and musician.
  • After 50 active years of hit song making, it's safe to say that the esteemed singer-songwriter and musician resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats.
  • Groove to the smooth beats of Phony Ppl, the Brooklyn-based R&B and hip-hop group that brings something different to every stage.
  • For 25 years, Gov't Mule has brought joy to audiences around the world. Celebrate a quarter century of their soulful, southern blues rock at the Riviera Theatre.
  • From college football linebacker to "Survivor: Nicaragua" runner up to in-demand singer-songwriter, Chase Rice has found his place in country music with a smooth croon that sounds like Nashville.
  • Weyes Blood has a soft rock and folk sound that brings the 1970s to the present day. Her uplifting love songs need to be seen live.