As winter comes to a close and spring approaches, Chicago’s music scene is heating up with a lineup of highly anticipated concerts featuring some of the biggest names in the industry. Next month promises to be an exciting month for music fans, with a variety of genres and styles represented in a series of concerts across the city. Whether you’re a fan of indie pop, hip-hop, or rock, there’s something for everyone on this list of the most anticipated Chicago concerts in the month of March. From the most exciting up-and-coming artists to seasoned veterans, these performers are sure to put on unforgettable shows that will leave fans talking about the night long after the final encore. So mark your calendars and get ready for a month of incredible live music in the Windy City.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in March below!
John Mayer brought his headlining Sob Rock Tour to the Windy City for back-to-back sold-out performances on Thursday and Friday night.
BY TER STAFF
In support of his eight studio album, Sob Rock, John Mayer brought his massive headlining arena tour to the house that Michael Jordan built for back-to-back sold-out performances for some of his biggest Chicago fans.
The “New Light” singer kicked off and ended his Thursday night performance with some of the LP’s best tracks, with cuts from and album of some of his career songs sprinkled throughout the 19-track set list. From start to finish the evening was full of highlights and we were there to capture some of our favorite moments.
Fans can visit Ticketmaster.com for tickets and more information on the remaining dates of the Sob Rock Tour.
As the last snowflakes melt throughout the city, the live music scene is gaining momentum in Chicago, paving the way for what will certainly be an epic festival season in the summer. And while we can’t wait for festivals like Lollapalooza, the Windy City Smoke Out and more, there are some amazing shows coming to Chicago this month and at some historic venues.
From a couple big nights at the United Center with John Mayer, to Olivia Rodrigo’s highly anticipated 2-night residency at the Aragon Ballroom which sold-out in seconds, there are some huge shows coming to a venue near you in April.
Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in April!
Following his summer tour dates along side Bob Weir with Dead & Company, John Mayer will embark on a solo summer tour of his own.
Kicking things off on July 19th at Albany, NY’s Times Union Center, Mayer will hit up a number of arenas through the country, including Chicago’s United Center, Milwaukee’s brand new Fiserv Forum and many more, until the tour comes to an end in September with two nights at The Forum in Los Angeles.
Tickets for Mayer’s headlining tour will go on sale for the general public on February 1st via the singer’s official website.
Check out John Mayer’s solo 2019 tour dates below.
Bob Weir and John Mayer’s “Dead & Company” doesn’t take a lot of days off, so it’s no surprise that Mayer and the surviving members of the Grateful Dead are going back on tour in 2019. Kicking things off on May 31st with two dates at Mountain View, CA, Dead & Co. will make stops at Dallas, New York, Los Angeles’ historic Hollywood Bowl, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and more, until the tour ends in early July with two shows at Boulder, CO’s Folsom Field.
Don’t miss out, tickets for the tour go on sale via LiveNation.com on Saturday, December 8th.
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!
Moments ago, Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter John Mayer brought his The Search For Everything Tour to a packed United Center in Chicago, IL. Performing for a diverse audience, mixed with fans who either lust over his smooth vocals and good looks or those who can’t help but applaud Mayer’s remarkable skills on the blues guitar (or perhaps all of the above), Mayer brought in everyone tonight.
And almost as diverse as his fan base tonight was his setlist and performance. Mayer’s Search For Everything Tour, which is named after his seventh LP (due out on Friday), is comprised of three different parts, separated by several different chapters. Mayer not only performs with a full band for a third of his set, after a couple brief set changes, John returns for a solo acoustic set and a John Mayer Trio set to cap off the night.
If there was anything to critique about tonight’s performance, it’s that Mayer kept fans wanting more and taking time for the crew to set up between the portions of the show delayed the energy of the crowd. While Mayer performed a large setlist of 20+ tracks, splitting the night into several portions (including an encore) made the performance appear shorter than it actually was. But with seven albums to perform, including some covers (like an awesome cover of Tom Petty’s ‘Free Fallin’), Mayer was able to deliver a little bit of everything to Chicago, even with a huge catalog.
If you weren’t in attendance, you certainly missed out, however lucky for you John Mayer will return to Chicago as part of Dead & Company on June 30th and July 1st, and again on September 2nd as his Search For Everything Tour returns to the area for a second night.
Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and be sure to get tickets for one of the remaining dates of the The Search For Everything Tourhere.
Get ready John Mayer fans, because not only are we awaiting the release of John Mayer’s forthcoming album, The Search for Everything, but the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter is also embarking on his next world tour in 2017. Kicking off March 31st in Albany, NY, John Mayer’s “Search for Everything World Tour” will make stops in Chicago, Washington D.C., Toronto, New York and more, until the tour concludes May 12th in London.
All dates on the tour will be comprised of a full band, solo acoustic and John Mayer Trio sets of music. Tickets for the world tour will go on sale Friday, February 3rd at 10AM via LiveNation.com, with presale beginning on January 31st for American Express Card Members.
Peep John Mayer’s “The Search for Everything World Tour” dates below.
In anticipation of his forthcoming album, The Search for Everything, Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter John Mayer has released a new EP, the first wave of his upcoming album. Wave One consists of his single ‘Love on the Weekend’, as well as three brand new tracks, ‘Changing’, ‘You’re Gonna Live Forever in Me’ and ‘Moving On and Getting Over’.
And if you like what you hear so far, additional 4-song waves from the LP will be released throughout the next few months. The Search for Everything will be released in spring.
Buy The Search for Everything – Wave Onenow and listen to Mayer’s single, ‘Love on the Weekend’ below.
John Mayer is back with his brand new track, ‘Love On The Weekend’, and while it’s only Thursday, we are already in love with the addictive single. When news of the song first circulated, with it came huge expectations, since this marks Mayer’s first new song in three years. And thankfully he delivered and then some.
If you like what you hear from the new track, get excited, because Mayer is expected to release his seventh studio album in 2017. But for now we have ‘Love On The Weekend’ to tide us over.