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Ravinia fans, set the alarm clock: Tickets go on sale online early Thursday

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Ravinia fans will want to get up bright and early Thursday, when tickets to the 2013 season go on sale at 5 a.m. online at Ravinia.org.

More than 100 concerts will take place at Highland Park's outdoor music venue from June 6 through Sept. 15, including the annual summer residency of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Pavilion tickets to all CSO concerts this year are $25.

The season includes more than 80 debuts by artists such as Josh Groban, OneRepublic, Journey, Heart and Matchbox 20 sharing the bill with the Goo Goo Dolls.

Returning favorites include Sting, Sheryl Crow, piano superstar Lang Lang, Tony Bennett, Yo-Yo Ma and Anita Baker.

Phone sales begin on May 20.

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Lawn seats are now $38! F that! It used to be $10...talk about inflation. Screw them...I don't need to pay that to sit there and listen to those bad speakers.

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