Bad Bunny. Allstate Arena. Photo by Kevin Mares. ChicagoMusic.com
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Bad Bunny brings X100PRE Tour to Chicago

Bad Bunny ignited the Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL with his sold out X100Pre Tour on Friday night. The entire Arena went dark as the screen above the stage started and the bracelets distributed to concert goers activated. The Puerto Rican singer who recently won his first Grammy took the stage to perform “Ni Bien, Ni Mal” the first track off his award winning album. The 360 stage made the show an experience like no other, which each song having its own visuals. The stage set the mood with upbeat…

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Shoreline Mafia. House of Blues. Photo by Kevin Mares
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Photos: Shoreline Mafia Paid In Full Tour at House Of Blues

Los Angeles rap group Shoreline Mafia brought their boisterous sound to Chicago for the Paid In Full tour. The sold out show was held at the House of Blues where fans lit up the venue and sung word for word as Ohgeesy and Fenix performed favorites such as Whuss the deal, Bottle service, Bands and Musty. The groups performance energized the crowd as they interacted with the fans, and got deeper into the set list. The group also payed homage to native Chicago rapper Chief keef as ohgeesy got in the crowd and had his Dj play his banger “Earned it”. They performed new songs off their mixtape “Party Pack.Vol 2” before they closed out the show with hit “Nun Major”. The show is one to remember, live the moment through our lens from the Paid In Full tour.

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Photos: Khalid Free Spirit World Tour Chicago at the United Center

Grammy Award winning Khalid made his way to Chicago for the Free Spirit World Tour. The sold out show took place at the United Center for a night of memories. Khalid took the stage and the crowd erupted with screams as he performed 8TEEN. He also performed songs like Location, Talk and Saturday Nights just to name a few. Live the moments through our lens from the Free Spirit World Tour Tour Chicago. Photos by: Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker Khalid Free Spirit Tour. United Center. Photo by Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker. Chicago,…

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Brandi Carlile. Huntington Bank Pavilion Chicago. Photo by Shannon Guest.
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Photos: Brandi Carlile at Huntington Bank Pavilion Chicago

Brandi Carlile made here way to Chicago on her By the way I forgive you Tour. The concert took place at Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island. Relive the moments through our lens. Photos by Shannon Guest Setlist Hold Out Your HandPlay Video Wherever Is Your HeartPlay Video Hard Way HomePlay Video The StoryPlay Video The EyePlay Video Raise HellPlay Video My Song / Streets Have No Name(U2 cover)Play Video A Case of You(Joni Mitchell cover)Play Video Dusty Trails(Lucius cover) (with Lucius)Play Video Madman Across the Water(Elton John cover)Play Video The MotherPlay Video The JokePlay…

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Trippie Redd. Photo by- Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker. Chicago, Il
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Photos: Trippie Redd’s “Life’s A Trip Tour” at the House of Blues

Trippie’s breakout mixtapes A Love Letter To You and A Love Letter To You 2. hit the stratosphere in 2017. Praised for his lyrics as well as his style, he chronicles love and heartbreak from the streets and experience. Life’s A Trip continues to share Trippie’s eccentrically-wild world as seen through Trippie’s eyes. The Life’s A Trip Tour made it’s way to the House of Blues Chicago for a spectacular show. Relive the moment through our lens.  “Life’s A Trip Tour” shot by Kevin Baker @ImKevinBaker View this post on Instagram A post shared by Chicago Music (@chicagomusic) on Feb 15, 2019…

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Justin Timberlake’s “Man of the Woods Tour” set Chicago on Fire with the Tennessee Kids

Justin Timberlake’s “Man of the Woods Tour” showed up with a performance to remember. From start to finish fans at the United stood on their feet. It’s always interesting to see a well executed live performance. There wasn’t a bad seat in the house because of the amazing stage design. With an epic laser show and graphics projected on sheer fabric fans partied all night long. The lights dimmed and the United Center erupted as the Tennessee Kids began to play Filthy.  When Justin took the stage the dance party…

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