By Sarah on June 24, 2011
This weekend’s summer festival pick is Wicker Park’s Green Music Fest. Green Music Fest, Saturday and Sunday The festival in Wicker Park (North and Damen) aims to feature “environmentally-friendly vendors, services and cutting edge music”.Â They definitely follow through on their pledge to be green, with food vendors being asked to use compostable materials in […]
By Sarah on June 20, 2011
Monday, June 20 Robbie Fulks, Kelly Hogan; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, June 21 The Lonely Forest; Hideout. 9 pm, $8 Wednesday, June 22 Jason Webley, Destroy Nate Allen, The Gunshy; Panchos. 6 pm, $8 Matt Duke, Matthew Mayfield; SPACE. 8 pm, $12-20 Thursday, June 23 Peter Wolf Crier, Yellow Ostrich; Schubas. 7:00 […]
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged ashley riley, bloodiest, califone, destroy nate allen, double door, empty bottle, evanston space, hideout, house of blues, illinois centennial monument, jason webley, jonny lang, kd lang and the siss boom bang, kelly hogan, matt and kim, matt duke, matthew mayfield, metro, moreland and arbuckel, panchos, peter wolf crier, ravinia, redgrave, robbie fulks, sanctified grumblers, sarah and the tall boys the barehand jugband, schubas, subterranean, the belle brigade, the gunshy, the hood internet, the hoyle brothers, the infamous stringdusters, the lawrence peters outfit, the lonely forest, the thermals, todd kessler, uncommon ground, yellow ostrich, yo la tengo
By Sarah on July 5, 2010
This Week in Great Music: 7/5 – 7/11
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged ashley arrison, beat kitchen, borrow tomorrow, carole king, catie curtis, claire stahlecker, daysleeper, disappears, emily white, hideout, james taylor, kaiser cartel, kate miller-heidke, martyrs', mary chapin carpenter, millennium park, nelkin, park west, rachele eve, robbie fulks, schubas, simplesinger, the shams band, the thermals, tricia scully, united center, valentiger
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!