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Chicago live music calendar for the weekend of June 19 - 22, 2014

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Looking for a good show? Here are the recommended live music events in Chicago and in the greater Chicagoland area for the weekend of June 19-22, 2014. See you there!

Thursday 6/19:

Glittermouse, Nitetime Dental, The Trolls @ Beat Kitchen, 21+, $7, 9pm

The Orwells @ Schubas, All ages, Free, 7pm

Queen, Adam Lambert @ United Center, All ages, $35, 7pm

Friday 6/20:

The Knocks, ASTR @ Concord Music Hall, All ages, $16, 7pm

Radioactivity, Bad Sports, Earth Girls, Negative Scanner @ Empty Bottle, 21+, $10, 9pm

Tigers Jaw, Pity Sex, Loose Planes @ Subterranean, All ages, $14, 6pm

Bruno Mars, Aloe Blacc @ First Midwest Amphitheater (Tinley Park), All ages, $35-131.50, 8pm

Saturday 6/21:

Guided By Voices, Bobby Bare Jr., Viet Cong, Cheap Girls, Meat Wave, Geronimo! @ Green Music Fest, All ages, $5, 12pm

Strand of Oaks, The River Monks, Daniel Knox @ Hideout, 21+, $5, 9pm

Devo @ Arcadia Theater (St. Charles), All ages, 8pm

MxPx, Allister, Showoff, Measure for Measure @ Reggie's Rock Club, All ages, $22, 8pm

Sunday 6/22:

Swans, Xiu Xiu @ Lincoln Hall, 21+, $25, 8pm

Moon Taxi, Chicago Farmer, The Features, Charlie Parr, The Soil and the Sun @ Green Music Fest, All ages, $5, 12pm

Disclaimer:

Please contact the music venue directly for any show time changes or ticketing information. If you are hoping to shoot photography, please note that most venues will not allow professional photography equipment unless you have permission and/or a press pass that allows you to do so. Please contact the music venues directly for details.

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