Mumford & Sons, Drake, Counting Crows making Chicago tour stops

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Chicago’s summer/fall music scene is shaping up quite nicely with the addition of three concerts announced today.

First up is Drake, headlining the United Center, 1901 W. Madison, on May 29. Special guest: Future. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. April 18 at livenation.com.

Following will be Mumford & Sons, June 17 at Cricket Hill at Montrose Beach. Special guests: The Maccabees. Gates open at 4:30pm and the show time is 6:00 PM. General admission tickets ($65) go on sale at 10 a.m. April 17 at 10 a.m. via www.mumfordandsons.com; at The Vic Theatre box office, 3145 N. Sheffield; or by phone at 800-514-ETIX (3849). 4 ticket limit strictly enforced. The event takes place rain or shine. Mumford & Sons are touring in support of their upcoming third album “Wilder Mind” due May 4.

Counting Crows headline the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, Sept. 12. Pre-sale and VIP tickets go on sale April 15; visit countingcrows.com. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 11 a.m. April 17 at livenation.com. The band is touring behind its latest album “Somewhere Under Wonderland.” Special guests will be Citizen Cope and Hollis Brown.

Marcus Mumford of the band Mumford and Sons performs on day 2 of Lollapalooza 2013 at Grant Park on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013 in Chicago. | Photo by Steve Mitchell/Invision/AP

Marcus Mumford of the band Mumford and Sons performs on day 2 of Lollapalooza 2013 at Grant Park on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2013 in Chicago. | Photo by Steve Mitchell/Invision/AP

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