TINLEY PARK, Ill. (AP) _ Smashing Pumpkins may have overestimated their hometown appeal.

The band originally planned to play a 10th-anniversary concert in Grant Park, but worries over crowd control led to a switch to Soldier Field for the July 7 charity show.

But the promoter said this week that only about 20,000 tickets had been sold for the event, far less than Soldier Field's 50,000-seat capacity.

The band now plans to perform instead at the New World Music Theater, with a capacity of 28,000, in this Chicago suburb.

Proceeds from the $30 tickets will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northern Illinois.