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10 Exciting Concerts In Chicago Happening This Fall

10 Exciting Concerts In Chicago Happening This Fall

I completely forgot how many catchy songs Ke$ha had… Drop what you’re doing ‘cus – Tik Tok – time’s a wasting on your chances to take advantage of these Fall 2019 Chicago concerts.


Does it matter that she hasn’t come out with any major jams since 2010? Nope. Her top song on Spotify is still Tik Tok, and let’s not forget about We R Who We R, Your Love Is My Drug and Die Young. I have seen Ke$ha live and it is impossible for anyone not to lose their sanity at her concert. Go to The Pavilion at Ravinia on September 8th.


Thomas Rhett and Russell Dickerson

There aren’t enough great Thomas Rhett tunes to even remember. And then, here comes Russell Dickerson! I give up. Yes. I’ll take ten tickets. Please and thank you. See Russell Dickerson and Thomas Rhett at The United Center on September 14th.

J. Balvin

Give yourself something to look forward to on a Thursday night, and see Colombian reggaeton singer and rapper J Balvin at the AllState Arena on September 19th.


The Jonas Brothers

TBT to the Jonas Brothers. They’re making a comeback and if they don’t play Year 3000, a lot of people will be disappointed. See them on September 19, 20, 21st at the United Center. They will also appear at the AllState Arena on December 3rd.


Two Door Cinema Club

Two Door Cinema Club’s sound is indie rock making-out with pop music. See them on Saturday, September 21st at the Riviera Theater.

Jason Aldean and Kane Brown

WHAT?! And Kane Brown? This is a steal. Jason Aldean’s presence mimics that of a rock star. If you are put-off by the brute and love of Aldean’s deep voice and lyrics, still show up to feel warmed by Kane Brown’s soothing, catchy songs. See them live on September 27th at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater.  


Chance The Rapper

I’m not sure when these tix for the Chicago native and community leader sell out, but there is no denying it’ll happen. See Chance on September 28 and 29 at the United Center

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Ingrid Michaelson

Welcome to the freak show. Be sure to listen to Freak Show, part of Ingrid Michaelson’s new album, Stranger Songs. As an obvious mimic of the popular T.V. series Stranger Things, her new album does no copying when it comes to her music. See Ingrid at the Vic Theater on Saturday, October 19th.


Machine Gun Kelly and Young Thug

MGK is fresh off his new album Hotel Diablo, and Young Thug recently released the hit single The London (Feat. J. Cole & Travis Scott). This concert will be a guaranteed jam. See this duo at what we all remember as the UIC Pavilion, now called the Credit Union 1 Arena, on October 25th.

Carrie Underwood + Maddie & Tae

Carrie Underwood will be the main act, preceeded by Maddie & Tae. Whether you agree that their best days are behind them or not, this pair will be a memorable country experience. See them on October 29th at the United Center.


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Outside Of Our Ten, are several more well-known artists that you’ll find in Chicago, this Fall of 2019.

Avoid a gloomy day and purchase cheap tickets to any one of these concerts. Leave us a comment if you end up going to one! Also don’t forget to reach out to me on Instagram and Twitter to ask any personal questions you may have. Also, check out my other works by scrolling below and clicking ‘More From The Author’.

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