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New Chicago concerts on sale: Lollapalooza, The Rolling Stones, Maroon 5/Kelly Clarkson, Big Time Rush/Victoria Justice

 *** = Recommended shows

On sale 10 a.m. Wednesday

***Lollapalooza, Friday, Aug. 2, Saturday, Aug. 3, Sunday, Aug. 4 ($95 for one-day tickets, all ages) at Grant Park.

On sale noon Friday

Bear Mountain, Friday, May 31 ($10, 18+) at Schubas.

Beat Club, Sunday, June 30 ($8-$10, 21+) at Schubas.

***Fitz and the Tantrums, Tuesday, June 18 ($26-$28.50, all ages), Wednesday, June 19 ($26-$28.50, 18+) at Metro.

Hands, Saturday, June 8 ($8-$10, 21+) at Schubas.

Marky Ramone’s Blitzkrieg with Andrew W.K., Tuesday, Oct. 8 ($25, 18+) at Metro.

Naked Raygun, The Arrivals, White Mystery, Acidic Tree, Saturday, June 29 ($23, all ages) at Metro.

***Angel Olsen, Friday, Aug. 16 ($13-$15, 21+) at Lincoln Hall.

Still Corners, Friday, June 7 ($12, 21+) at Schubas.

***Rachael Yamagata, Sanders Bohlke, Friday, June 7 ($20, 21+) at Lincoln Hall.

On sale 5 p.m. Friday

Dolly Varden, Saturday, June 22 ($15-$27, all ages) at Space.

Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers, Tuesday, June 11 ($25-$40, all ages) at Space.

On sale 10 a.m. Saturday

Big Time Rush, Victoria Justice, Sunday, Aug. 4 ($20-$85, all ages) at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre.

Depeche Mode, Bat for Lashes, Saturday, Aug. 24 ($29.50-$125, all ages) at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre.

Xavier Rudd, Thursday, July 11 ($25, 21+) at Lincoln Hall.

On sale noon Saturday

The Heavy, Sunday, June 16 ($20, 21+) at Double Door.
                               
Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson, Sunday, Aug. 25 ($29.50-$125.50, all ages) at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre.

On sale 10 a.m. Monday

***The Rolling Stones, Tuesday, May 28, Friday, May 31, Monday, June 3 ($85-$600, all ages) at United Center.

On sale now

Sara Bareilles, Thursday, May 2 ($35, all ages) at Park West.

***Titus Andronicus, Saturday, May 4 ($16-$18, 18+) at Metro.

Watch Matt on “You & Me This Morning,” Friday at 6:55 a.m. on WCIU, the U

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