Underground Q87.7-FM hosts its first summer concert this weekend. The all-day music fest boasts two stages featuring hot musical gets like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Atlas Genius, Bush and AWOLNATION with strong support from Cold War Kids, twenty|one|pilots and more.
11:30 a.m Saturday, June 29, at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, 19100 Ridgeland Ave., Tinley Park. $25-$95.90; Q877.com.
It's a revolution
O.A.R. is coming to the Charter One Pavillion tonight as part of its Sounds of Summer tour. The band, which followed up its 2005 breakout hit "Love and Memories" with 2008's "Shattered (Turn the Car Around)," is touring behind its most recent album, "Live at Red Rocks" along with Allen Stone and Andrew McMahon.
6:30 p.m Friday, June 28, at Charter One Pavillion at Northerly Island, 1300 S. Lynn White Drive, Chicago. Tickets start at $39.50; concerts.livenation.com.
Originally formed in 1980, local punk-rock band Naked Raygun -- led by Naperville native Jeff Pezzati -- is often considered one of the most important Chicago-area bands for adding melody to the driving punk beat. The band's recent incarnation, reformed in 2006, has remained a permanent fixture on Chicago's punk scene. Naked Raygun sold out Metro's Saturday show, but tickets are on sale for an added second gig Friday.
9 p.m Friday, June 28, at Metro, 3730 N. Clark St., Chicago. $23; metrochicago.com.