After going the past five years without a Fourth of July fireworks show for budget reasons, Elgin is bringing back the Independence Day tradition this summer, with help from the Grand Victoria Casino.
Five years after teaming up with Elton John for a concert at Wrigley Field, Billy Joel will return this summer for a solo concert.
Grammy-winners Chicago will play a free benefit concert later this month to raise money for tornado recovery efforts in Illinois.
With autumn around the corner many people are desperately clutching to the remaining days of summer. Take some time to indulge in these five summer activities to ease the seasonal transition.
Fans of the Backstreet Boys were upset Friday night when their concert was shut down, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
A concert-goer tells CBS 2 that frontman Eddie Vedder and his band played eight songs before it was announced the band would take a 35-minute break because of lightning.
Chicago’s Wrigley Field is going to be a major hotspot this weekend with Jason Aldean’s “Night Train Tour” rolling in on Saturday, July 20th with Kelly Clarkson, Jake Owen, and Thomas Rhett. US99.5 wants you to be ready for the show and have a ton of fun with them, so they wrote you this handy guide!
He sings about cheeseburgers in paradise, but some Jimmy Buffett fans say they got mud baths in hell at a weekend concert in Chicago.
Most of the complaints seem to be coming from the east of the Chicagoland Speedway in new Lenox, Frankfort and Mokena as grandstands protect the other three sides.
The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert.
Police pulled the plug on a music festival that was expected to draw 1,000 people this past weekend, after the owners of the land for the festival said they were only expecting 20 campers to show up.
Artistic Director Patrick Sinozich says the chorus is about music and camaraderie.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band will be playing at Wrigley Field on Sept. 7.
Hundreds of people crowded into Union Station Thursday night, but they weren’t waiting for a train.
The Boss may be coming to Wrigley Field, and we don’t mean Cubs baseball operations president Theo Epstein.
A Chicago man is suing the rap group Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony after the leader allegedly attacked him on the tour bus after a Logan Square concert.
Don Cornelius was back in his hometown Monday, as Chicagoans gathered for a free concert to honor the 40th anniversary of “Soul Train.”
A 21-year-old Alsip woman has been charged in the death of another young woman over the weekend, in a crash while driving back from a concert in Tinley Park.
Sir Paul McCartney enjoyed the embrace of the Friendly Confines Sunday night, and he’ll be back again Monday evening.
Paul McCartney is not the only icon of 1960s pop music coming to town this month.