Chicago Open Air 2019

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May 18 - May 19 2019

Bridgeview, Illinois (SeatGeek Stadium)

$179.50 - $249.50

On Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, Chicago Open Air presents sa massive stadium show with headlining sets from chart-topping acts including System Of A Down, Tool, The Prodigy and Ghost, plus more appearances from today’s biggest hard rock and metal artists. The event is co-produced by Live Nation and will take place at SeatGeek Stadium (formerly Toyota Park) in Bridgeview, IL, just outside Chicago.

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