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New Chicago concerts on sale

***= recommended shows

On sale 10 a.m. Wednesday

Bombino, Saturday, April 14 ($12-$15, 21+) at Martyrs’.

Jennifer Hall, O Giant Man, Saturday, March 24 ($10, 21+) at Martyrs’.

On sale 10 a.m. Friday

The Fray, Tuesday, April 17 ($35, all ages) at Riviera Theatre.

Guns ‘N Roses, Sunday, Feb. 19 ($125-$130, 21+) at House of Blues.

On sale noon Friday

***Active Child, Balam Acab, Superhumanoids, Wednesday, May 16 ($15, 18+) at Lincoln Hall.

Allen Stone, Tommy and the High Pilots, Monday, March 5 ($12-$15, 18+) at Lincoln Hall.

***Astronautalis, Busdriver, Sunday, March 11 ($14, 18+) at Schubas.

Baby Teeth, Outer Minds, Bobby Conn, Friday, March 2 ($10, 21+) at Schubas.

***Caveman, Thursday, April 12 ($12, 21+) at Schubas.

Lambchop, Tuesday, April 24 ($15, 21+) at Lincoln Hall.

Rubblebucket, The Growlers, Kellen and Me, Thursday, March 22 ($15, 18+) at Lincoln Hall.

Ty Segall, Whitefence, Strange Boys, Thursday, May 10 ($13-$15, 18+) at Lincoln Hall.

Van Hunt, Wednesday, March 21 ($17, 21+) at Lincoln Hall.

On sale 10 a.m. Saturday

***Death Cab for Cutie, Magik Magik Orchestra, Low, Monday, April 16 ($29.50-$49.50, all ages) at Chicago Theatre.

Frankenstein Brothers, Buckethead, That 1 Guy, Wolff, Thursday, April 12 ($27.50, all ages) at Park West.

***Justin Townes Earle, Tristen, Thursday, May 10 ($20, all ages) at Park West.

Mastodon, Opeth, Ghost, Friday, April 13 ($35, all ages) at Riviera Theatre.

On sale 11 a.m. Saturday

The Lumineers, Kopecky Family Band, Friday, April 13 ($10-$14, all ages) at Space.

On sale noon Saturday

Electric Six, Andy D, Saturday, May 12 ($12-$15, 21+) at Double Door.

***Fountains of Wayne, Friday, April 27 ($25, 21+) at Double Door.

Howlin Rain, Saturday, April 14 ($10-$12, 21+) at Ace Bar.

Hunx and His Punx, Heavy Cream, Thursday, March 29 ($10-$12, 21+) at Double Door.

Local H, Saturday, May 5 ($15, 21+) at Double Door.

Mogwai, Wednesday, June 20 ($25, 18+) at Metro.

***Spiritualized, Thursday, May 3 ($25-$27, 18+) at Metro.

On sale now

***Shabazz Palaces, Thursday, April 5 ($14, 18+) at Lincoln Hall.


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