This Week in Great Music: 7/19 – 7/25
By Sarah on July 19, 2010
As usual for the summer, there are a ton of great shows going on which also happen to be free. Trek on down to Millennium Park or Navy Pier to check out some cost-free tunes.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged bottom lounge, ceiling stars, chicago theatre, danny chaimson, deanna devore, derek nelson and the musicians, double door, evanston space, facing winter, ha ha tonka, heartless bastards, heather styka, hideout, jane and the steadfast acrobats, jbm, jim elkington, josh and the empty pockets, juana molina, juniper mays, kid sister, konono no. 1, langhorne slim, lasers and fast and shit, lincoln hall, martyrs', mike mangione and the union, millennium park, natalie merchant, nathaniel rateliff, navy pier, nick tremulis, nora o'connor, old town school of folk music, park grill, patrick park, peter wolf crier, robbie fulks, roses pawn shop, sarah holtschlag and the crosscuts, schubas, scott h. biram, the builders and the butchers, the future laureates, the right now, the sunken ship, young man, zach pietrini and the broken bones
Downtown Sound Summer Series Line-Up
By Sarah on March 17, 2010
A note to the city of Chicago: I don’t care what kind of ridiculous budget cuts you have to make in the future. Please never, ever let go of Michael Orlove. This guy has done a whole lot to energize downtown Chicago with music of all genres. And best of all, it’s free.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged bomba estereo, budos band, caribou, disappears, great lake swimmers, hollows, hum, huntsville, kid sister, konono no. 1, millennium park, naomi shelton, nels cline, on fillmore, she & him, the besnard lakes, the books, the ponys, the thermals, tony allen, via tania, volcano!