Rick Springfield and Richard Marx
Rick Springfield and Richard Marx tag-team a night of classic pop-rock that kept the ’80s a rich time for guitar riffs and lyric-smiths, with the “Jessie’s Girl” singer and songwriter making his Ravinia debut and Marx no longer keeping us “Right Here Waiting” for his first return in 20 years.
Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey
of Peter, Paul & Mary
The living legends of Peter, Paul & Mary fame reunite with the great American folk music that kindled the era of the protest song and progressive anthem.
Classic Albums Live
Classic Albums Live performs Fleetwood Mac's landmark album Rumours in a faithful, fresh telling—note for nerve-searing note and cut for classic cut—along with more of the band's greatest hits.
Melissa Etheridge and George Thorogood
Melissa Etheridge returns to Ravinia on the heels of her newest album, The Medicine Show, and George Thorogood & The Destroyers celebrate 45 years of rock with their “Good to Be Bad” tour.
Lenny brings the love with his signature soaring voice and the soulful social funk that made his 2015 Ravinia debut one of the top dates of the year.
Mary J. Blige
A nine-time Grammy winner and multiple Oscar, Golden Globe, and SAG Award nominee, Mary J. Blige highlights the 25th anniversary of her masterpiece album My Life as she returns to the stage where she delivered a stunning festival debut last summer.
Two decades on from its debut album, Buckcherry is back with its eighth disc, Warpaint, and will bring its Grammy-nominated, multiplatinum rock for two nights at Ravinia with Nickelback, having previously shared stages with the likes of AC/DC, Mötley Crüe, Slipknot, and Rob Zombie.
One of the groups on the leading edge of the post-punk revival at the turn of the millennium, Interpol is back in action with last summer’s Marauder and a new EP, A Fine Mess, due out in May, breaking ground for a 14-date tour with Morrissey including this stop at Ravinia.