Chicago’s premiere Top 40 station, B96, brought their annual B96 Pepsi Summer Bash back to the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL for another year of great music.
With a collection of your favorite boy bands (Why Don’t We, 5 Seconds of Summer, CNCO) and some of the biggest emerging names in pop like Bazzi, Bryce Vine, Ava Max and more, there was something for everyone at the Allstate Arena on Saturday night. Summer Bash organizers also announced the return of the B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash, which will return to the Chicago area in December.
Check out our photos of the 2019 B96 Pepsi Summer Bash below!
Chicago’s B96 brought some of the biggest names in pop for their annual B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash.
With star studded performances from Cardi B, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, as well as awesome sets from Mike Posner, Lauv and Why Don’t We, last night was one to remember! Christmas came early on Saturday night.
Check out our photos from last night’s performance below!
It’s here! After much speculation, Chicago’s B96 has released the lineup for it’s annual holiday concert, the B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash.
Taking place at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont on Saturday, December 8th, this year’s Jingle Bash will feature performances from Cardi B, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Mike Posner, Lauv and Why Don’t We. Following an epic 2017 Jingle Bash that saw performances from Taylor Swift, the Backstreet Boys, Khalid and more, this year’s show just may have what it takes to top last year.
With a lineup this good, tickets are sure to sell out, so be sure to get yours when they go on sale for the general public tomorrow (Saturday, September 22nd) at 10AM via Ticketmaster.com.
With Lollapalooza still a couple months away, Chicago has a slew of A-list concerts to kick off the summer until one of the world’s best music festivals returns. With shows from Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone, Diana Ross and many more, Windy City music fans will have plenty of opportunities to see some amazing live music this June.
Check out our list of the 10 can’t miss concerts in Chicago next month!
Chicago’s B96 has delivered once again, with an amazing lineup of artists for their annual B96 Pepsi Summer Bash. Following this past winter’s Jingle Bash, which saw performances from Taylor Swift, the Backstreet Boys, Logic, Khalid and more, performing at 2018’s Summer Bash will be another cast of amazing performers.
Hitting the stage at the Allstate Arena on Saturday, June 23rd will be some of the biggest names in Top 40, including Halsey, Alessia Cara, Meghan Trainor, 5 Seconds of Summer, Bebe Rexha, Dua Lipa, Why Don’t We and Bozzi!
Christmas came a few weeks early in Chicago last night, as pop mega-star Taylor Swift closed things out at Chicago’s sold-out B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash. After entertaining performances from the Backstreet Boys, Khalid, Logic, Fifth Harmony and more, Taylor delivered an amazing headlining set that consisted of fan favorites, an acoustic performance of her Zayn collaboration ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’ and cuts from her new album Reputation, including her first ever live performance of ‘Gorgeous’.
Check out our photos of Taylor’s performance below and stay tuned for more shots from the B96 Pepsi JingleBash. And if you missed out last night or want to relive the night (and then some), fear not, as Taylor Swift will be returning to Chicago this summer for two night’s at Soldier Field on her Reputation Stadium Tour.
B96‘s Pepsi Jingle Bash is less than a couple weeks away and we can’t wait! With highly anticipated performances from Taylor Swift, the Backstreet Boys, Khalid, Logic, Fifth Harmony and Sabrina Carpenter, Chicago’s Allstate Arena in Rosement is the place to be in December. The monumental night will take place on Thursday, December 7th and it couldn’t come sooner.
Hit the jump and check out our list of the 10 songs that we need to hear at this year’s Jingle Bash, and while only single seats remain, you can get your tickets now at Ticketmaster!
Chicago B96 delivered in a huge way this afternoon, as the popular radio station revealed its monumental lineup for his annual B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash. Christmas is coming early for Rosemont’s Allstate Arena, as the Backstreet Boys, Khalid, Logic, Fifth Harmony and Sabrina Carpenter will all hit the stage before the night’s huge headlining star, Taylor Swift.
If the rest of the lineup wasn’t enough reason to make your way to Rosemont on December 7th, Taylor Swift has enough star power to sell out a week’s worth of shows at the Allstate Arena, none the less one with some of the biggest names in music by her side. This will be one of the first, if not the first, opportunities for fans to catch Taylor live before her next big stadium tour, so you can’t miss out.
Get your tickets the moment they go on sale, at Ticketmaster.com on October 7th at 10AM. There is no doubt that this one will sell out in record time. And as always, be sure to listen to B96for more Jingle Bash updates.
Last night B96 and Pepsi brought an amazing lineup to Chicago’s Allstate Arena in Rosement, IL with their annual Jingle Bash concert. Unlike last year, which was likely the warmest Jingle Bash on record, Chicago fans weathered the storm to catch performances from Britney Spears, The Chainsmokers, One Republic, G-Eazy, Alessia Cara, Fifth Harmony, DNCE and Shawn Mendes. The holiday show had something for everyone, and no matter who you were there for, last night was a holiday hit!
Shawn Mendes kicked off the night at 6:30, setting the tempo for the rest of the night’s performances on the guitar. Next up, super-emerging artist, Alessia Cara greeted her Illinois fans with performances of some of her biggest records, including ‘Here’ and ‘Scars To Your Beautiful’. Then, DNCE gave Rosemont a little flavor with their wacky energetic set.
Next up, One Republic hit the stage, cracked a few jokes and showcased their knowledge on surrounding Chicago suburbs with a hilarious Naperville shoutout. Soon after, G-Eazy stole the show with a not-so-radio-friendly performance at the radio concert. G may have left some parents scratching their heads with some of the tracks he performed, but he definitely killed it.
Then it was time for the artist who probably sold more seats than anyone, pop superstar Britney Spears. Although some hits were left out of her 30-minute set, Britney brought a big piece of her Pieces of Me show from Vegas to Chicago. With guest appearances from G-Eazy and Tinashe, and an elaborate dance routine, Britney easily delivered the best performance of the night.
Soon after, Fifth Harmony blessed the Chicago crowd with some of their biggest records. And then as the girls stepped off stage, EDM duo The Chainsmokers closed out the night with a huge dance party, putting a memorable ending on a memorable night.
Check out our photos from the B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash below.
Hours ago, pop superstar Ariana Grande stepped off stage at Chicago’s Allstate Arena for another great year of the B96 Pepsi Summer Bash. With some awesome performances from the biggest names in music, the packed crowd in Rosement, IL also saw sets from Meghan Trainor, EDM superstar Calvin Harris, Mike Posner, Charlie Puth, Daya and Bebe Rexha. Whether it was it was one of earlier sets from an emerging name in pop, or one of the night’s headlining sets, everyone from top to bottom delivered for the Windy City.
Kicking things off for the night in her Chicago Cubs jersey was 17-year-old singer, Daya. Although she is new to the game, she already has three big singles in constant rotation. Whether it’s her debut single ‘Hide Away’, her empowering anthem ‘Sit Still, Look Pretty’, or her Chainsmokers collaboration, ‘Don’t Let Me Down’, Daya is killing it, even before her high school graduation. Following Daya’s opening performance was the talented Bebe Rexha. Although she is still making a name for herself as a performer, you know more about the New York native than you think. She has written for a number of big artists in the past, including Eminem and Rihanna’s hit single ‘Monster’, but now if you ask her, the G-Eazy collaborator would tell you she’s focused on “me, myself and I.” Rexha isn’t far removed from her last performance at the Allstate, where she opened for singer Ellie Goulding, and as always she put on a memorable performance.
Next up was Mike Posner, who has been getting spins on B96 years ago, ever since his breakout single, ‘Cooler Than Me’. Now, many years removed from his debut album and college days, the Duke graduate is currently promoting his new album, At Night, Alone. Opening with a couple records off his new sophomore LP, Mike Posner brought some folk-influenced pop to the Chicago crowd. Although Mike kept it intimate with his album version of his newest hit single, ‘I Took a Pill in Ibiza’, he still found time to get the crowd hype when he took it back for ‘Cooler Than Me’. Fans left wanting more will be able to catch Posner back in the Windy City this August, as he supports Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato on their forthcoming tour.
Following Mike and his guitar was Charlie and his piano, Charlie of course, being singer/songwriter Charlie Puth. Opening with his Meghan Trainor collaboration, ‘Marvin Gaye’, Charlie killed it on the keys. And while his skills on the piano are more than impressive, the night was not about boasting, as Puth had the crowd light up the arena as he dedicated his performance of his #1 record, ‘See You Again’, to all the lives lost in Orlando. Moments later, after Puth said his goodbyes to the Chicago crowd, it was time to rage as Calvin Harris performed his only radio show of 2016. Getting the crowd moving to hit after hit, the highlight of Harris’ performance came as his new Rihanna collaboration, ‘This Is What You Came For’, was blasted throughout the Allstate.
After Calvin Harris and Charlie Puth’s performances, the other half of Puth’s ‘Marvin Gaye’ collaboration, that being Meghan Trainor, stepped on stage. Trainor opened with her most recent single, ‘Me Too’ and closed with her big 2016 record, ‘No’, but the crowd began to erupt as Meghan teased fans by performing a “brand new song that (she) wrote for Chicago”, which was really her smash hit, ‘All About That Bass’.
Soon after Trainor stepped off stage, it was time for the birthday girl, singer Ariana Grande, to bless fans with her headlining performance. Grande, who turned 23 today, gave an extra special performance for Chicago tonight, and it is hard to imagine a better way for her to celebrate her big day. The entire crowd sang Happy Birthday for the ‘Dangerous Woman’ singer as she emerged, and in return she sang a collection of her biggest hits to date, giving the B96 Pepsi Summer Bash an ending to remember.
Check out our photos from the B96 Pepsi Summer Bash below.