When the Bulls or Blackhawks aren’t playing home games, this is where the ultragiant names play: Green Day, Jay-Z, Madonna and Kanye West are just a few who have appeared at this enormous sports arena.
|Venue name:||United Center|
1901 W Madison St
|Cross street:||between Wood St and Damen Ave|
|Transport:||El stop:Blue to UIC/Halsted. Bus:19,20,50.|
Disney on Ice Presents: Frozen
The mega-hit Frozen is coming to the ice rink. Join Elsa, Anna and Olaf as they skate around in this Disney on Ice Performance. All of the favorite sing-along hits will be performed, from "Let It Go" to "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?"Wed January 28th 2015 - Sun February 8th 2015 FreeREAD MORE1901 W Madison St Chicago Chicago
Maroon 5 + Magic!
Adam Levine, the blond guy from Nebraska and the rest of Maroon 5 return with what is increasingly starting to sound like Levine's solo vehicle. The Californians' fifth album, V, utilizes the entire Malibu and Stockholm phone books in its credits. Ryan...Rock, Pop & Hip-hop Thu March 19th 2015 - Thu March 19th 2015 FreeREAD MORE1901 W Madison St Chicago Chicago
On his recent Rick Rubin–helmed albums, including his latest, Melody Road, Neil Diamond stripped away the schmaltzy layers that he accumulated over the decades, to fine effect. Though he's touring in support of that album, we're willing to bet that the...Rock, Pop & Hip-hop Tue April 14th 2015 - Tue April 14th 2015 FreeREAD MORE1901 W Madison St Chicago Chicago
The Divine Miss M's latest album, It's the Girls, finds the seasoned singer taking on classic cuts by some of pop's most famous all-female groups. Though the album skews toward the Brill Building–era, we love her take on TLC's immortal "Waterfalls." Midler's...Cabaret & Standards Thu June 18th 2015 - Thu June 18th 2015 FreeREAD MORE1901 W Madison St Chicago Chicago
For all the shortcomings of U2's Songs of Innocence, most of them were in marketing and production. The first category—the album's universal ghost drop, Bono's reaction to the reaction of the delivery—has been overanalyzed and frankly overdramatized....Rock, Pop & Hip-hop Wed June 24th 2015 - Thu June 25th 2015 FreeREAD MORE1901 W Madison St Chicago Chicago
Keith Moon died in '78, John Entwhistle in 2002, but that hasn't stopped Daltrey and Townshend from singing about their generation. The Who, like Nike, turns 50 years old this year and so the hits are being wheeled out again, in addition to some new material....Rock, Pop & Hip-hop Thu October 15th 2015 - Thu October 15th 2015 FreeREAD MORE1901 W Madison St Chicago Chicago