Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys will bring their raw blues-rock sound to the United Center in Chicago on Sept. 27 for the first of two nights in the Windy City during their Turn Blue Tour. The Black Keys just released a new album, titled "Turn Blue," in May, and the release was a huge hit, marking the duo's first-ever No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Fans at this Saturday night show are sure to hear the latest hits from the new release in addition to old favorites. Kentucky-based alt-rock outfit Cage the Elephant will be on hand to open the evening.
United Center Seating Information
Reserved seating for The Black Keys Chicago concert on Sept. 27 will be available in the Lower, Club, and Upper Levels. The Lower Level is closest to the arena floor with Sections 101-122, and the Club Level stands halfway up the arena with Sections 201-234. The Upper Level is farthest from the stage with Sections 301-334. If you'd prefer general admission to see The Black Keys, you can choose any passes on the Floor Level, as the entire United Center Floor Level will be a general admission area for fans.
United Center General Information
Professional cameras, video recorders, and audio recorders will be prohibited at the United Center for The Black Keys concert. Smoking is also not allowed anywhere inside the arena, but you may be able to smoke in designated areas outside the venue. There will be several items guests are prohibited from bringing to the show, including, but not limited to, outside food and drink, oversized bags, backpacks, and artificial noisemakers.
United Center Parking Information
Parking is available in several lots that surround the arena, and you can generally purchase a parking pass in advance by clicking on the corresponding button located underneath the United Center seating chart on this page. Additionally, you should be able to secure a space on the day of the show if any are still available. Public transit is also available to help guests arrive at the arena for this Saturday night show.
United Center Gate Times
United Center doors are scheduled to open 90 minutes before the performance begins. Since The Black Keys are expected to begin their show at 8 p.m. CST, the doors should open sometime around 6:30 p.m.