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The state of Illinois has a large selection of activities. Having Chicago within it's borders doesn't hurt anything. The city plays host to the Chicago Cubs, Bears, Blackhawks and Bulls, whom are all incredibly popular. Champagne is the home of the very well known University of Illinois Fighting Illini. Moline also host many concert events as residents of the Quad Cities come together for big shows.
Chicago is full of options for sports and entertainment fans. You purchase Chicago Bulls Tickets to see one of the best teams in the NBA, Chicago Bears Tickets to see Jay Cutler throw the ball all over Soldier Field, or Chicago Blackhawks Tickets to see the defending Stanley Cup Champions in action. Also, Chicago is home to two MLB teams, the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox. Chicagoland Speedway hosts both IZOD Indy Car Series races, and NASCAR races. If Concerts and Theater productions are your thing, Chicago has tons of options and Venues to choose from, including the House of Blues, the Empty Bottle, Civic Opera House, the Vic Theatre, Allstate Arena, Apollo Theater, The Comedysportz Theatre, and Briar Street Theatre, along with many other Concert Venues and Theaters of all sizes.
Tinley Park - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre and Rosemont - Allstate Arena Events
Located just outside the City of Chicago, Rosemont is the home of Allstate Arena which is a popular indoor venue for everything from Taylor Swift Concerts to Monster Truck Racing. While technically Rosemont is not in Chicago, for purpose of event categorization it might as well be. Similar to Rosemont, Tinley Park is located outside of Chicago and is home of First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre (formerly Tweeter Center). The venue is an outdoor venue which holds many concerts such as Jimmy Buffett, John Mayer, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Warped Tour, Dave Matthews Band, Aerosmith and many others.
Lollapalooza, or “Lolla” for short, brings together thousands of people each year for one of the most anticipated summer music festivals in the United States! Lollapalooza was founded by the lead singer of the band Jane’s Addiction, Perry Farrell, in 1991 but wasn’t formatted as a weekend festival until 2005. Since the switch from touring to being held in a single location at Grant Park in Chicago, IL, the festival has been going strong. Proceeds from every ticket purchased for Lolla go to the Parkways Foundation for maintaining and enriching Chicago’s parks. Having raised over million for city parks since 2005, Lollapalooza was able to sign a deal to keep the festival in Chicago until 2018!
Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox
For the Cubs, Most of the main components from 2010 lineup return to the team, including Aramis Ramirez, Alfonso Soriano, Geovany Soto and Marlon Byrd. Young shortstop Starlin Castro is expected to man the top spot in the batting order, and newly added first baseman Carlos Pena will add some much needed pop to the middle of the lineup. The pitching rotation is headlined by Ryan Dempster, Carlos Zambrano and Matt Garza, and the bullpen is solid with Carlos Marmol and Kerry Wood set to close out games. For the White Sox, with a record of 88 wins and 74 losses, the Chicago White Sox finished the 2010 Major League Baseball season with the sixth best mark in the American League. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough to beat out the Minnesota Twins for AL Central crown, keeping the White Sox out of the playoffs for the second straight season.
Chicago Bears and Chicago Bulls
Although it may seem like the city of Chicago is split and everyone is either a "Cubs fan" or a "Sox fan", but they all come together when it comes to da Bears and da Bulls. Soldier Field is home of the Chicago Bears which also occasionally hosts concerts such as U2. The United Center is home to the Chicago Bulls as well as the Chicago Blackhawks and it holds many concerts throughout the year such as Lil Wayne, Rush, Taylor Swift, Rod Stewart, and many other events.