BY TER STAFF
With COVID-19 cases down, mask mandates being lifted throughout the city, and one of the busiest months for live music in a long time, March is a dream for any music fan in the city of Chicago.
From huge arenas shows with Dua Lipa and Bad Bunny, to slightly smaller but equally anticipated shows, like Conan Gray at the Aragon Ballroom, there are many concerts coming to Chicagoland that fans are counting down the days for.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in March!
Billie Eilish @ the United Center (March 14th)
After postponing her headlining arena tour in 2020, Billie Eilish is picking up her “Happier Than Ever” tour, and among the several stops on the tour, the “bad guy” artist will make a visit to Chicago’s United Center for a sold-out show. Eilish will perform cuts from her latest LP of the same name, so it’s certainly a performance that you will not want to miss.
Dua Lipa @ the United Center (March 9th)
Dua Lipa always delivers for the city of Chicago. From her several appearances at radio shows at the Allstate Arena, to her great set at Lollapalooza in 2018, Dua Lipa’s forthcoming visit will be her biggest yet. The “Levitating” singer is in the middle of her huge “Future Nostalgia” tour and is set to perform at the United Center in just a matter of days. Tickets for this one have long been sold out, but stay up with the United Center, as sometimes last minute tickets are released for sold-out shows.
Conan Gray @ the Aragon Ballroom (March 25th)
You’d have to be a “maniac” to not go see Conan Gray live when he pays a visit to the Aragon Ballroom on March 25th. The 23-year-old “Heather” singer kicks off his huge headlining tour tomorrow in Dallas and is making his way to the Midwest later in the month. Visit LiveNation.com for tickets and more information.
Eric Church @ the United Center (March 11th)
Eric Church can keep venues in business from beer sales alone. The “Gather Again” Tour gives fans a unique 360-degree view of country music’s best live performer do what he does best. Get your tickets at Ticketmaster.com while you still can.
Bad Bunny @ the Allstate Arena (March 10-12)
Bad Bunny is giving his Chicago fans plenty of opportunities to see him perform live in 2022. Even before he kicks off a 3-night residency at the Allstate Arena from March 10th to the 12th, the Puerto Rican rapper/singer announced a massive show at Soldier Field. Why would you want to wait until the summer though, as tens of thousands of fans will get to see his “El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo 2022” in a little over a week.