Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield Tickets
It is going to be a memorable year for the rock music fans as two of the biggest acts of the genre; Chicago and Rick Springfield have announced a joint tour. Yes, it is official and the fans of these two stars can't be any happier. Chicago is undoubtedly one of the most accomplished rock groups of all-time who has gone on to win multiple Grammys and also earned their spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Whereas, Rick Springfield has recorded many platinum records and also starred in the Tony nominated musical, Smokey Joe's Cafe. The two are now ready to tour. So, book your Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield tickets and catch them live in concert.
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The moment you were waiting for is finally here as Chicago will soon embark on another tour and this time, they will be joined by none other than Rick Springfield. These two acts plan to trek through North America. So, get your Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield tickets and let the good times roll.
Formed in the late '60s as Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago started their journey by releasing their eponymous studio album on April 28, 1969. Issued by Columbia Records, the album was masterfully produced by James William Guercio and featured an addictive jazz rock sound. It debuted at the seventeenth spot on the Billboard 200 and remained on the charts for an impressive 171 weeks. The record was also certified double platinum by the RIAA and was also inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. In addition, it made the book, '1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.' In the following two years, the group recorded two more studio projects, 'Chicago' and 'Chicago III' both of which went on to sell more than a million units in the States.
From 1972 to 1975, Chicago became unstoppable and released four consecutive chart-topping studio albums, 'Chicago V,' 'Chicago VI,' 'Chicago VII' and 'Chicago VIII.' The first two records from the list achieved double platinum sales in the U.S. and also received raving response from the critics. They didn't slow down and went on to complete the decade by coming out with four more albums. The guys then carried their momentum into the next decade and released their highest-selling effort to date entitled, 'Chicago 17.' This album was certified sextuple platinum by the RIAA and won them three Grammys. The band has continued to maintain their popularity in the new millennium and put out their most recent album, 'Chicago Christmas' on October 4, 2019.
The Australian singer-songwriter, Rick Springfield commenced his musical journey by joining the band, Zoot with which he remained for three years from 1969 to 1971 before he felt the urge to do his own thing. This led to him starting his solo career and soon, he released his first song, Speak to the Sky. It peaked at the sixth and fourteenth spot in Australia and the United States respectively and featured on Billboard's list of the, 'Top 100 Singles of 1972.' The following year, he put out his debut studio album, 'Beginnings' which performed well on Australian, Canadian and the U.S. music charts.
From 1981 to 1984, Rick Springfield tasted the most amount of success as during these years, he spawned four consecutive platinum studio albums. Entitled, 'Working Class Dog,' 'Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet,' 'Living in Oz' and 'Hard to Hold,' the second effort from the list became his highest-charting record to date as it peaked at the second spot on the Billboard 200. He has since been producing nothing but albums and shared his most recent effort, 'Orchestrating My Life' on April 26, 2019. It was loaded with twelve songs including, World Start Turning, Kristina and Affair of the Heart. Springfield is also an esteemed actor and has worked in different television shows, films and Broadway shows.
Hitting the Road
Chicago and Rick Springfield are both scheduled to hit the road together in the summer of 2020. They will begin the tour by performing their first show at the Concord Pavilion in Concord on July 12, 2020. From there, these two acts will go on to perform in cities like, Inglewood, Morrison, Phoenix, Dallas, Charlotte, Tampa and Toronto. So, if you want to catch these two stars on tour then grab your Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield tickets today.
Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield Ticket Prices
The average price for Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield Tickets start from $127. The minimum get in price is $9 for Chicago the Band & Rick Springfield Tickets at the USANA Amphitheatre, Salt Lake City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Concord||12-Jun-70||$163||$14|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Inglewood||13-Jun-70||$166||$39|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Irvine||14-Jun-70||$187||$14|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Salt Lake City||16-Jun-70||$131||$9|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Morrison||18-Jun-70||$333||$79|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Phoenix||20-Jun-70||$127||$31|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Maryland Heights||23-Jun-70||$153||$14|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Kansas City||24-Jun-70||$174||$30|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Spring||26-Jun-70||$153||$30|
|Chicago - The Band & Rick Springfield||Dallas||27-Jun-70||$148||$25|
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