Robert Smith of The Cure performs at United Center in Chicago, photo by Dan DeSlover

It was "Just Like Heaven" on Friday night as The Cure returned to Chicago, playing their first show in the Windy Center in exactly seven years.

Their show at the United Center this weekend followed their last show back on June 10, 2016, and fans were clearly ready for the English rockers' mighty return. The sold-out concert on Friday comes as the band has been on the road since last month, churning through a whopping 31 songs, including favorites such as "Pictures of You," "Lovesong," "In Between Days" and "Boys Don't Cry."

The Cure's North American runs through the rest of this month and includes remaining stops in Detroit, Toronto, Boston, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Miami, as well three consecutive nights at Madison Square Garden in New York City. They'll also be back in Chicago in September to headline Riot Fest alongside Foo Fighters, The Postal Service, Death Cab for Cutie and Queens of the Stone Age.

See photos from the United Center show below, by Dan DeSlover.