September 2018

CITY PREVIEW

2018 AAO annual meeting • October 27–30, 2018
Chicago performing arts and events


Chicago Blackhawks
The city’s NHL team will be playing at home on Thursday, October 25, against the New York Rangers and on Sunday, October 28, against the Edmonton Oilers.

Chicago Bulls
The city’s NBA team will just be starting its 2018–19 regular season at the United Center. Check the official website for home games and ticket options.

Elton John
On Friday, October 26, and Saturday, October 27, Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will stop at the United Center. The singer plans for this to be his final tour after 5 decades, and tickets start at $125.

The Goo Goo Dolls
The Goo Goo Dolls will be performing at the Chicago Theatre on Friday, October 26, for the Dizzy Up The Girl 20th Anniversary Tour. The band is famous for songs such as “Iris,” “Slide,” “Better Days,” “Here is Gone,” “Stay With You,” “Broadway,” and “Name.” Tickets are limited and range from around $100 to upward of $200.

Hamilton
The popular, Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton is currently playing at the CIBC Theatre. Tickets start at $75 but may be limited, depending on the day.

Hello Dolly
The popular musical Hello Dolly makes a stop in Chicago on its tour starring Betty Buckley. The show will run from October 23 through November 17 at the Oriental Theatre. Tickets start at $27.

Nine Inch Nails
The rock band will play at the Aragon Ballroom on October 25–27. They just released their ninth studio album, Bad Witch. Tickets start at $120.

Phish
The ever-popular rock band Phish will be playing the Allstate Arena from October 26–28. The band was founded more than 30 years ago and is known for songs such as “You Enjoy Myself,” and “The Divided Sky.” Tickets start at $55.

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