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New Chicago concerts on sale: Paramore, New Kids on the Block, Victoria Justice, Dispatch, Fleetwood Mac

 *** = Recommended shows

On sale 10 a.m. Friday

Colin Hay, Saturday, Sept. 7 ($30, 18+) at Park West.

Wavves, Fidlar, Cheetahs, Monday, April 1 ($18-$20, all ages) at Subterranean.

On sale noon Friday

Black Moth Super Rainbow, The Hood Internet, Oscillator Rug, Saturday, May 11 ($17, 18+) at Metro.

James Blake, Thursday, May 2 ($26, 18+) at Metro.

***Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Thursday, May 9 ($21-$26, 18+) at Metro.

Dispatch, Guster, Saturday, June 1 ($41, all ages) at Charter One Pavilion.

Adam Green, Binki Shapiro, Wednesday, May 22 ($12-$14, 21+) at Schubas.

Josh Krajcik, Friday, March 22 ($14, 18+) at Schubas.

Phosphorescent, Saturday, April 13 ($14, 21+) at Lincoln Hall.

Colin Stetson, Justin Walter, Thursday, May 16 ($14, 21+) at Schubas.

On sale 5 p.m. Friday

***Paramore, Thursday, May 9 ($38.50-$49.50, all ages) at Chicago Theatre.

On sale 10 a.m. Saturday

***Jim James, Saturday, April 20 ($30, 18+) at Vic Theatre.

Victoria Justice, Saturday, July 6 ($47.50-$63, all ages) at Akoo Theatre at Rosemont.

Lydia, Indian Lakes, Sweet Talker, Saturday, April 13 ($13-$15, all ages) at Subterranean.

Marina and the Diamonds, Charli XCX, Monday, May 20 ($26, all ages) at Vic Theatre.

Patti Smith and Her Band, Monday, May 6 ($38.50, 18+) at Vic Theatre.

Ben Rector, Saturday, May 4 ($18-$20, all ages) at Park West.

Super Why Live, Friday, April 26 ($26.50-$39.50, all ages) at Chicago Theatre.

New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men, Friday, July 12 ($29.50-$89.50, all ages) at Allstate Arena.

She and Him, Camera Obscura, Saturday, June 29 ($42.50, all ages) at Aragon.

The Specials, Monday, March 11 ($32-$35, all ages) at Vic Theatre.

Vintage Trouble, Friday, March 8 ($15, 17+) at Beat Kitchen.

On sale 11 a.m. Saturday

Fleetwood Mac, Friday, June 14 ($49.50-$149.50, all ages) at Allstate Arena.

On sale noon Saturday

O.M.D., Tuesday, July 9 ($29.50, 18+) at Metro.

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