ATTENTION FANS: As part of Wilco’s effort to discourage scalping and keep tickets affordable, there is a strict 4-ticket limit per person. Multiple purchases are forbidden and violation of this policy will result in the buyer forfeiting ALL purchased tickets. All tickets will be WILL CALL ONLY and name changes will not be permitted.
Picking Up Your Tickets:
• Tickets will be available for ADVANCE PICK-UP at the box office beginning at 12:15pm on the day of the show. Your entire party must be present at the time of pick-up (i.e., if you bought four tickets, all four of you must be there). *No tickets will be issued to incomplete parties.*
• Guests choosing ADVANCE PICK-UP will be issued a wristband, and only those wristbanded guests (with their tickets in hand) will be able to enter the venue through a priority entrance any time after doors open.
• Valid photo ID and credit card used to purchase the tickets are required for ticket pick-up.
• Tickets are non-transferable, and name changes on ticket orders are not permitted under any circumstances. If your photo ID does not match the name on your ticket order, you will be denied entry to the venue.
• Doors open at 6:15pm. The show is scheduled to begin at 8:00pm. • All guests picking up tickets after doors open are required to immediately enter the venue. Exit and re-entry will not be permitted. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, and we look forward to a great night with Wilco! If you have any questions about your ticket order, please call 866-348-9738.
Wilco performs live at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre on September 20th in support of their new album,“The Whole Love”, available September 27. Special Guest Nick Lowe.
Wilco release their eighth studio album - The Whole Love - through their newly launched dBpm Records. It follows the band’s 2009 Grammy-nominated Wilco (The Album) and was recorded at the band’s Chicago recording studio The Loft. The Whole Love features 12 new original tunes and is produced by Jeff Tweedy with Patrick Sansone and Tom Schick.
The Whole Love is a veritable sonic stew, showcasing Wilco’s far-reaching musical prowess (multiple guitars, keyboards, synthesizers and percussion plus Mellotron, strings, loops and more) perfectly accompanying Jeff Tweedy’s provocative and insightful lyrics. The Whole Love opens with the seven-minute "Art of Almost" and concludes with the twelve-minute "One Sunday Morning (Song For Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend)." In between: 10 adventurous tunes (each clocking in at four minutes or less) including the current single, "I Might".
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$35 - $45