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White Sox' U.S. Cellular Field Hosting First Concert In 13 Years

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 25 / 16

U.S. Cellular Field on Sept. 24 will host its "first concert in 13 years."  Chance the Rapper will headline "Magnificent Coloring Day," the "first ever music festival to be held" at the White Sox' ballpark. Other performers include Lil' Wayne , Alicia Keys and John Legend . The team has "u...

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