KEITH PLANS CHICAGO CONCERT

Keith Urban will give his first performance since entering an alcohol treatment center at a concert in Chicago, Feb. 8.

The concert at the Chicago Theatre is sponsored by radio station WUSN and is part of the station’s Live Country for Kids concert series. Keith’s show, originally scheduled for Nov. 11, will benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis. After Keith entered the treatment facility in October, he cancelled all concerts and personal appearances. All tickets bought for the Nov. 11 show will be honored. Remaining tickets will go on sale Jan. 19. For more information, go to the WUSN website, us99.com.

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