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Critics' Choice
SATURDAY IN THE OCEAN CASINO
7/17/23

Decades Rock Live is back with another installment of the popular concert series, this time with Chicago & Friends. The two-day event takes place 11/17-18 in Ovation Hall at Atlantic City’s Ocean Casino Resort. Each show is being filmed on a custom-built LED stage set with more than 30 4k cameras for global distribution airing in late December. Full distribution info will be announced in the coming weeks.

Produced by Decades Rock Live creator and FanTracks co-founder Barry Summers, the show will feature Chicago performing their greatest hits alongside several special guests, including Steve Vai, Robin Thicke and Chris Daughtry. The band will also celebrate the 55th anniversary of their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, by playing several cuts from the project on both nights.

“We're looking forward to working with Barry Summers, our producer on this concert film, and celebrating Chicago's 55th anniversary of our debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, with our fans in Atlantic City that will be filmed over two nights,” Chicago keyboardist/songwriter Robert Lamm said. “We’ll be performing a set list of songs exclusively for these two shows, and we’re very excited to be performing with some special guests, all captured on film.”

Summers added, “I grew up on Chicago's incredible music and their songs were the soundtrack to my childhood. Getting this opportunity to build the show from the ground up, and capture on film Chicago's incredible musicianship and legendary horn arrangements, along with some new surprise nuggets never before performed live in many years, will give fans a once in a lifetime memorable experience and concert captured in 4K film to enjoy for many years to come."

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday (7/21) at 10am ET via Ticketmaster and the Ocean Casino Resort box office. Speaking of decades, we can’t believe we're old enough to remember when "Saturday In The Park" came out.