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Katy Perry Tickets United Center in Chicago, IL: Ticket Down Reports Huge Demand For Katy Perry Tickets in Chicago, Illinois at the United Center

Ticket Down (www.ticketdown.com) announces that they have slashed prices across the board on all Katy Perry concert tickets in Chicago at the United Center. Concertgoers can also use their exclusive customer appreciation discount code, KATYPERRY2014 for

CHICAGO, Jan. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down has slashed pricing on Katy Perry tickets at the United Center in Chicago on Thursday, August 7th. Find front row, upper level, lower level and "Prismatic tour" VIP seating options at this trusted secondary ticket website.  Concertgoers can use the exclusive customer appreciation promo code KATYPERRY2014 for special savings on any Katy Perry tickets in Chicago.   

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This summer when the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball League are preparing to kick off their next season, the United Center will be getting plenty of action. On Thursday, August 7th, Katy Perry and Capital Cities will be heading to the infamous arena as part of Perry's tour, "PRISMATIC." The concert will fill the seats of the United Center with fans of the pop princess and voices behind the hit song, "Safe and Sound."

Capital Cities formed their group in 2008 and have been under the radar the entire time. The indie pop duo from California began with just Sebu Simonian and Ryan Merchant and they developed a nice following. In 2011, they released their song, "Safe and Sound," on their self-titled EP Capital Cities. It wasn't until that song hit the mainstream in 2013 did the duo begin to gain that mainstream success that most groups fight for. The duo released their first studio album, In a Tidal Wave of Mystery, in June and the group received a nomination at the 2014 Grammy Awards for "Best Music Video."

For the 29-year-old native of Santa Barbara, California, "PRISMATIC" will be her third headlining tour. Perry will be looking to repeat the success of her 2011-12 tour, "California Dreams Tour," which included 124 dates and nearly $60 million in earnings. The tour took her all around the world and her 2014 tour will do more of the same. The international leg of the "PRISMATIC" tour will begin in Belfast, Ireland at the Odyssey Arena and will conclude with three dates at the world famous O2 Arena in London, England. Less than a month later, the North American portion of her tour will bring her back to the United States.

The United Center can seat approximately 23,000 fans for a concert but considering the size of Chicago and Katy Perry's huge popularity, tickets for Katy Perry will sell out very quickly.  Make sure to order quickly and think ahead for any friends or family that have a birthday coming up. Tickets to see this pop superstar would be make a fine gift for all Katy Perry fans.

Ticket Down has Katy Perry floor, upper level, lower level, and VIP seating at discounted prices.  This trusted secondary ticket website has extended their customer appreciation promo/discount/coupon code KATYPERRY2014 for special savings on any Katy Perry tickets in Chicago, IL at the United Center.

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