Chicago - The Band Tickets

Chicago - The Band is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 58.
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Get your Chicago tickets today! The rock/jazz fusion band is one of the most well-known groups in existence, having sold over 40 million albums in the United States. Known for their hits such as “25 or 6 to 4,” Chicago will tour alongside funk group Earth, Wind & Fire for the "Heart and Soul Tour 2.0" in 2016. Find Chicago tickets on and see the band live in concert in a city near you!

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Mar 17, 2018
Chicago - The BandThackerville, OK
Winstar Casino
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Mar 18, 2018
Chicago - The BandAmarillo, TX
Amarillo Civic Center Auditorium
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Mar 20, 2018
Chicago - The BandColorado Springs, CO
Pikes Peak Center
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fabulous Concert!! The weather was horrible and we got drenched in a huge rainstorm but Chicago made it all worth the discomfort. The band was so good. They performed all of my old favorites and seemed to enjoy the audience as much as we enjoyed them. I know that they must get tired of singing the same songs night after night but they did it as if it was the first time they had sung them and had fun doing it. Great musicians and entertainers!! One of our group wasn't familiar with Chicago and really didn't want to be at the concert but she left a huge Chicago fan!!
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Chicago and Doobie Brothers in Charlotte, NC 6/24 What a wonderful concert by Chicago. They were playing hit after hit. It was very fun. Please thank the band on an excellent job. However, we didn't get to see the Doobie Brothers because of the traffic to the parking lots. PNC Pavilion needs to address this. Also, PNC needs to do a better job of "reserving" green grass space, which we thought we had reserved. Because the traffic was so bad and we inched along missing the Doobie Brothers, we arrived late and our "reserved" green grass spot for 11 people was gone. People were so spread out and would not scrunch up. Someone needs to monitor or even "mark" reserve green grass spots...which is what we thought we were purchasing. It was dog eat dog in the green grass section! And remind people to bring LOWER beach chairs....not the chairs in the bag. People were not very kind about our "tall chairs".
Date published: 2017-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Doobies were awesome - Chicago not so much BANDS - Wish we could give the bands two separate reviews. Thank goodness the Doobies were up first. Chicago felt a bit like a cover band, with the vocals not up to the task. We (and others) left early. PARKING - was a pain. We thought we had parking for lots B-C-D, but when we stopped to ask the people directing traffic, we were told to move on, and go with the flow to lot F -- that's where they were parking. Bit of a walk to the venue, but there were pedi-cabs available for $10/person. Nice option. VENUE - The entrance to the venue might be improved. Only 3 lines to get in, with LOTS of people trying to get in. We knew it would be hot, but with no air movement (fans?) it was very hot. Our seats were section 106 - Row A. Perfect! Even people with floor seats came by and said we had much better seats. Would definitely go with this location again.
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Red Rocks Chicago/Doobie Brothers 6/13/2017 The best outdoor venue ever! Killer show. Both bands were outstanding! Still playing after 50 years is incredible. Keep it going guys!! Chicago's newest tenor singer was spot on, great voice. As for the rest of both groups, dispite getting up in age, you couldn't tell as they were really active onstage. A must see for baby boomers and all that love their styles of music.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Concert Great music of a great era! The Doobie Bros. played all the favorites, but at times the instrumental transitions were muddled and at times the vocalists struggled to hit their notes. Chicago was very tight and played really well together! The Veterins United Home Loans Ampitheater was well organized, but vendors were WAY TOO EXPENSIVE!
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from doobie brothers great venue in vegas. the Doobie Brothers were amazing. Chicago only so so. they didnt play much of their big hits in the first half of the show and the instrumentals lasted too long. i know it is their strong suit, but it was not as good as i hoped. i would see the Doobie Brothers againif they played alone or with a different group
Date published: 2017-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great concert This Chicago concert was a birthday present to My beautiful girlfriend Betty.....she had always listened to there albums growing up did I ...but she never had the chance to see them until last night .... I did have the opportunity back in the mid seventies in Michigan but it wasn't with her and Chicago was great
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome. Great Band The horns and singers were impeccable. The bass and drums were very tight. The lead guitarist almost as good as Terry Kath. Robert Lamm was just awesome. Their songs were just like they played them as the original recordings. There was not a boring part throughout the whole night.
Date published: 2017-08-07
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Current Tour: "Heart and Soul Tour 2.0"
Discography:Chicago Transit Authority (1969)
Chicago II (1970)
Chicago III (1971)
Chicago V (1972)
Chicago VI (1973)
Chicago VII (1974)
Chicago VIII (1975)
Chicago X (1976)
Chicago XI (1977)
Hot Streets (1978)
Chicago 13 (1979)
Chicago XIV (1980)
Chicago 16 (1982)
Chicago 17 (1984)
Chicago 18 (1986)
Chicago 19 (1988)
Twenty 1 (1991)
Night & Day Big Band (1995)
Chicago XXV: The Christmas Album (1998)
Chicago XXX (2006)
Chicago XXXII: Stone of Sisyphus (2008)
Chicago XXXIII: o Christmas Three (2011)
Chicago XXXV: The Nashville Sessions (2013)
Chicago XXXVI: Now (2014)

Chicago - “Heart and Soul Tour 2.0”

After Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire’s “Heart and Soul Tour 2015,” the two groups decided to team up again for a 2016 tour. Titled “Heart and Soul Tour 2.0,” the bands will kick off their 15-show trek on March 23 at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, FL and will make stops across the United States before wrapping up on April 18 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Find your Chicago tickets today!

Chicago Biography

Chicago was originally formed at DePaul University while the group's members were music students at the school. They played late night gigs around campus under the moniker The Big Thing and grew from just a few students to a seven member band. Playing only cover songs in the beginning, they featured unusual instruments for a rock band, including a saxophone, trombone, and trumpet. Their success playing covers led to them beginning to write original compositions and eventually signing with Columbia Records. They changed their name upon signing with the label to The Chicago Transit Authority and released their debut album under that same name.

The album eventually reached the Top 20 on the charts, but would also mark the last time the band would be known by that name. The actual Chicago Transit Authority opposed the use of that name and in response the group shortened it to Chicago. Over the next decade, Chicago would release 12 albums to the public, all reaching the Top 25, with five of them peaking at the #1 position.

When people think about the band Chicago, many would not place them among the most popular bands of all time. But according to the Billboard charts, Chicago ranks second only to the Beach Boys in terms of singles and albums. Get your Chicago tickets at today!

Notable Chicago Awards

Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group for “If You Leave Me Now” - 1977