BY TER STAFF
It’s been a snowy 2019 in Chicago so far, but as the temperatures slowly rise the selection of big name concerts throughout the city will increase as well. You won’t be able to ditch the winter jacket until April (we hope) but you can warm up with some of the hottest concerts of the year this March.
From huge arenas shows with KISS, Eric Church and Mumford & Sons to highly anticipated concerts from some of the biggest emerging names in music like Maren Morris and Nina Nesbitt, there are so many great shows to pick from next month.
Check out our list of the 8 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in March!
Mumford & Sons @ the United Center (March 29th)
Folk music certainly isn’t unique to the states because it’s hard to find any folk rockers better than London natives, Mumford & Sons. Returning to Chicago with a huge show at the United Center at the end of the month, this won’t be one that you’ll want to miss. Visit the United Center’s official website for tickets and more information.
Nina Nesbitt @ Schubas Tavern (March 11th)
All the way from Scotland and fresh off the release from her brand new album, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change, Nina Nesbitt is taking her headlining tour to Schubas Tavern on March 11th. Fans can hear performances from the album, including the Ed Sheeran-cosigned singer’s hit single, ‘Loyal To Me’. You can pick up your tickets here before they’re all gone!
Maren Morris @ the Riviera Theatre (March 9th)
Joined by her good friends, singers Cassadee Pope and RaeLynn, country music’s Maren Morris is kicking off her headlining Girl: The World Tour in the Windy City. With the tour opening in Chicago on March 9th (one day after her new album’s release), we don’t know exactly what to expect, although you can bank on an amazing performance. Morris will also be returning to Chicago for this year’s LakeShake Festival, but we don’t suggest that you wait that long. Visit the Riviera Theatre’s website for more information.
KISS @ the United Center (March 2nd)
There is no better way to spend your evening on March 2nd than by rock and rolling all night with rock legends, KISS. Bringing their farewell tour to the United Center on March 2nd, party with Gene Simmons and enjoy some of the band’s greatest hits. Grab the remaining tickets for KISS’s End of the Road World Tour at Ticketmaster.com.
Bad Bunny @ the Allstate Arena (March 24th)
When he isn’t recording huge domestic singles with J Balvin and Cardi B, Bad Bunny is tearing it up on the live stage. The Puerto Rican Latin trap artist is currently scheduled to bring his tour to the Allstate Arena, just outside of Chicago in Rosemont, IL. If it wasn’t already obvious, this concert is definitely worth the short drive. Get your tickets now at Ticketmaster.com.
Vince Staples @ the Riviera Theatre (March 12th)
Vince Staples is one of the most entertaining rappers out there. From his hilarious hot takes to his memorable interviews, Vince Staples can make fans laugh as well as he can blow them away with his music. March 12th will be all about the music though, as the ‘Blue Suede’ rapper is bringing his headlining tour to the Riv this March. Get tickets and more info for Staples’ Smile, You’re On Camera tour here.
Mariah Carey @ the Chicago Theatre (March 11th)
There aren’t many stars that shine brighter than Mariah Carey. Taking her Caution World Tour to the beautiful and historic Chicago Theatre, fans can hear her decades of hits live and in person on March 11th. Only limited tickets remain, so get yours now at Ticketmaster.com.
Eric Church @ the Allstate Arena (March 22nd & 23rd)
Of the many big country singers that roll through Chicago, Eric Church will host the two biggest country concerts in Chicago next month. With his 2-night residency at the Allstate Arena, Eric Church will delivered multiple shows, so no one has an excuse for not attending. Get tickets and more information for Eric Church’s big headlining tour at the ‘Love Your Love The Most’ singer’s official website.