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Chicago, REO Speedwagon bringing tour to KeyBank Pavilion

| Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, 10:57 a.m.
Pop band Chicago
David M. Earnissen
Pop band Chicago

Chicago and REO Speedwagon are teaming up for a summer tour that will be at KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown on July 28.

The two bands have sold more than 140 million records combined.

Chicago plans to perform its album “Chicago II” in its entirety, followed by the “world's longest encore,” as the band jokingly refers to it, filled with its greatest hits. REO Speedwagon will play hits and fan-favorites such as “In Your Letter,” “Can't Fight This Feeling,” “Time For Me To Fly,” “Roll With The Changes,” “Keep On Loving You,” “Take It On the Run” and more.

Tickets for the Burgettstown show go on sale a noon Feb. 9.

Details: livenation.com

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