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Surrender! Cheap Trick is Ready to Take Over New Lenox

The rock band from Rockford takes the stage Saturday, Aug. 6, in New Lenox. Get all the information you need on the park, tickets and opening acts.

Rockford, Ill., gave the world Cheap Trick, a band born in the 1970s and still going strong. Rock out to such hits as “Surrender,” “Dream Police” and “I Want You to Want Me,” as Cheap Trick performs this Saturday in New Lenox as part of the summer’s Triple Play Concert Series. See below for all the information you need about the concert.

Show Information: The concert is held on the , 1 Veterans Pkwy, in New Lenox, and the park opens at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. Cheap Trick goes on at 9 p.m., following two opening acts.

Opening Acts: Miles Nielsen & the Rusted Hearts is a pop rock band hails from Cheap Trick's hometown in Rockford, and The Avatars are an alternative/powerpop band also out of Rockford.

Still Need Tickets?: UPDATE: On Friday, Aug. 5, the village posted a message on its website that all 5,000 tickets to the Triple Play Concert Series have sold out. 

Park Information: Tickets are general admission seating. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on. A free bus shuttle is offered from the Metra station at 300 Church St. beginning at 5:15 p.m. All items brought into the park will be searched. No coolers, food or outside drinks are allowed in. Local restaurants will provide food for purchase, and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will also be sold. No pets are allowed unless for assistance animals.

Starship Concert: If you missed this summer's first edition of the Triple Play Series, check out our photo gallery of Starship's performance:

Kevin August 07, 2011 at 12:41 AM
The concerts would be much better if the village would actually get a sound person that knows what their doing. All you hear is "BOOM BOOM BOOM" I fill like I should be at the EmNEm Concert with that much bass...
Sue August 08, 2011 at 02:47 PM
I've been to all the NL concerts. This one was way too crowded. The lawn was packed, and people were getting vicious. They would put chairs down on unoccupied blankets and butt their chair right up to an unoccupied chair. There were absolutely no aisles to walk down if you needed to go to bathroom, or get something to eat or drink. I couldn't even imagine if there was an emergency. I think they are going to have to rethink "capacity" for next year. I hope REO Speedwagon is better, but if the series is sold out it could be the same crowd.

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