The Tragically Hip have added another show down south this summer, this time at RiverEdge Park in Aurora, IL on July 20, 2013.
It's not clear at this time whether they'll be performing alone or with other acts.
Aurora, IL is located approximately 40 miles/65 kms west of downtown Chicago. There seems to be an entire summer music concert series that happens here. More information and ticket information can be found at www.riveredgeaurora.com/ .
The venue is brand new... this is its first season. I grabbed this from the Chicago Sun-Times A&E blog:
The Chicago area's newest outdoor music venue, the Riveredge Park Music Garden, will open Jun 14-15 with the Blues on the Fox music festival in west suburban Aurora.
The venue will be anchored by the John C. Dunham performance pavilion that features flexible seating allowing up to 2,500 seats in front of the stage, general admission for 6,000-8,000, plus a rooftop deck that hosts 300 VIPs. Total capacity is around 10,000 for the inaugural season concert schedule that will, in part, include:
June 14 and 15 Blues on the Fox, featuring Dr. John, JJ Grey & Mofro, The Stone Foxes, Tommy Castro and The Painkillers, Robert Randolph and The Family Band
June 16 Amped Up Adventure Race
June 28 97Nine and American English
June 29 Loretta Lynn and Randy Travis
July 4 Bruce in the USA and Fox Valley Orchestra with post-concert Fireworks
July 13 Trace Adkins, Aaron Lewis, Drake White and Blackberry Smoke
August 9 Sing-a-long-a Grease Movie in the Park
August 16 Peter Frampton's Guitar Circus with Peter Frampton, Sonny Landreth and B.B. King
August 17 The Pink Floyd Experience
August 30 Get the Led Out - The American Led Zeppelin
More info can also be found at www.thehip.com
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