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First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre (originally World Music Theater and formerly Tweeter Center Chicago and New World Music Theater) is an outdoor music venue, in Chicago's southwest suburb of Tinley Park, Illinois, that opened in 1990. It is one of the largest music venues in the Chicago area, with capacities of up to 28,000 spectators.
It is a venue pulling fans from the city of Chicago, as well as surrounding suburbs and neighboring states. It is one of only a few large outdoor amphitheatres in the Chicago area.
First Midwest Bancorp acquired the naming rights, for seven years, beginning in 2006. The venue is owned by Live Nation.
The venue has hosted many concerts and festivals, including Area Festival, B96 Pepsi SummerBash, Country Throwdown Tour, Crüe Fest, Crüe Fest 2, Curiosa Festival, Family Values Tour, Farm Aid, Furthur Festival, H.O.R.D.E. Festival, Honda Civic Tour, Lilith Fair, Lollapalooza, Mayhem Festival, Ozzfest, Projekt Revolution, Rock the Bells Festival, Sounds of the Underground Festival, Sprite Liquid Mix Tour, Uproar Festival, Vans Warped Tour and WIQI Q101.1's Jamboree.
Cher was the very first entertainer to perform at the venue - it was barely completed then - during her Heart of Stone Tour on June 2, 1990.
Phish performed during their Rift Tour on August 14, 1993, the show was recorded and later released, as Live Phish Volume 7, on April 16, 2002.
Rush performed during their Test for Echo Tour on June 14, 1997. Much of this show was featured on their live album, entitled Different Stages, released on November 10, 1998.
Disturbed performed during Q101.1's 2001 Jamboree, they used live footage of their song "Down with the Sickness" for it's official music video.