The list from the lovely Oh My Rockness. 1/27 The Spill Canvas, Hit the Lights @ Beat Kitchen 1/27 Gil Mantera's Party Dream @ Empty Bottle 1/27 Low, His Name is Alive @ Logan Square Auditorium 1/27 Her Majesty's Ship, Bill Dolan (of 5ivestyle) @ Marty's 1/27 Feist, Jason Collett @ Park West 1/28 Treaty of Paris, Quietdrive @ Beat Kitchen 1/28 Healthy White Baby, Bang! Bang!, The Dirty Things @ Double Door 1/28 The Life and Times, The Narrator, The Plastic Constellations @ Empty Bottle 1/28 Wax on Radio, Hanalei @ Metro 1/28 Mark Mallman, Love Story in Blood Red @ Schuba's 1/28 Radiant Darlings, Notes and Scratches @ Subterranean 1/29 I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business, Owen @ Beat Kitchen 1/29 Jeff Hanson, Southerly @ Empty Bottle See, there really is no excuse to stay in this weekend. The concert schedule in Chicago is exploding to a summer-like echelon already. And get in line for these upcoming shows. Tickets go on sale Saturday. VIA Ticketmaster: Jenny Lewis @ Park West 3/14 Magic Numbers @ Double Door 4/1 Metric @ Metro 4/13 My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult @ Double Door 3/4 VIA Ticketweb: The Gossip/Comet Gain @ Abbey Pub 3/30 The National @ Double Door 3/24 And in mysterious ticket sale news: Yesterday the Chicago Reader posted on its Early Warnings page a listing for the Pitchfork Music Festival, July 29-30 in Union Park. The purchase tickets link leads to the Pitchfork site, which has no information whatsoever about the event. The Chicago Tribune recently reported that Pitchfork confirmed that last year’s Intonation Fest would be returning this summer under the Pitchfork moniker, and that a lineup would be announced in the coming weeks. Hmm. Might we be jumping the gun? It’s not even Valentine’s Day, people. Guess we’ll have to wait and see how secretive Pitchfork does or does not want to be with this one.