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Bon Iver will play Millennium Park this summer, the band’s first Chicago show in seven years

Bon Iver will play Millennium Park this summer, the band’s first Chicago show in seven years
Photograph: Virginia Rollison

Beyoncé and Jay-Z's stop at Soldier Field isn't the only monumental concert news this morning. Today, we also learned that Justin Vernon will bring Bon Iver to Millennium Park on Sunday, June 3—the band's first Chicago concert in nearly seven years.

When Vernon and his band last played Chicago in 2011, they headlined the UIC Pavilion in support of their self-titled sophomore album. The show preceded a three-year hiatus for the group, which reunited in 2015 at the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival—an annual event curated by Vernon that takes place just outside of his hometown in Wisconsin.

If you're a Bon Iver fan who hasn't had the chance to travel to Eau Claire over the past few summers, you'll need to make sure that you snag tickets to this rare Chicago gig. Reserved pavilion seats range from $60.50 to $86 and lawn seats will be available for $31 when tickets go on sale Friday, March 16 at noon via Jam Productions.

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