April Shows You Can’t Miss at Lincoln Hall + Schubas

What’s up, Chi-town!? We have some amazing news for you guys, especially if you’re a fan of good music.

We have the pleasure of partnering up with Lincoln Hall + Schubas this year for a series of CONCERT TICKET GIVEAWAYS! Why? Because we love our readers, of course, and we’re excited to get you in the door for some of the most coveted shows of the season.

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We’re giving away one pair of tickets for EACH of the four shows featured in this article. That means quadruple your chances to win!

The rules to enter are simple: you have to follow @UrbanMatterChicago on Instagram, like this post, and tag a friend in the comments. Oh, and if you’re picky, you can specify which show you’d like to see in your comment. We’ll do our best to match you up with your preferred show if you win.

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That’s it! The deadline to enter is Friday, April 5, and we’ll announce the winners at 5 pm.

So good luck, Chicago! And may the musical odds be ever in your favor.

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Blac Rabbit

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Photo Credit: Blac Rabbit

April 6 | 9 pm @ Schubas

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A new-age rock group hailing from Brooklyn, Blac Rabbit was started by twin brothers Amiri and Rahiem Taylor who were more influenced by soul and funk than they were by the hip-hop that had more than taken over their region. They began to make music that gave off a psychedelic rock vibe with lighthearted synthetic notes, similar to that of the Beatles. This fun, summer-reminiscent band is ready to take their music on the road to Chicago, as Thee Casual Hex, Dogs at Large, and Horace Greene take the stage to introduce Blac Rabbit at Schubas this April. Tickets are a slim $12 online and $15 at the door, and parking is available close to the venue.

Listen to: Seize the Day

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Steve Gunn

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Photo Credit: Steve Gunn

April 19 | 9 pm @ Lincoln Hall

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A talented, guitar-slinging folk artist who always makes you feel like you’re on the road, Steve Gunn sounds like morning dew dampening your window sill on a humid summer morning. This wanderlusting musician also hails from Brooklyn, where he draws inspiration from Bob Dylan and Michael Chapman with his homesick sounds. You’ll hear notes of a harmonica and plenty of bluegrass string instruments involved in some songs as his music evolves from album to album into a full-fledged American folk sound. Gun Outfit completes the wordplay at this Lincoln Hall show as they join Steve Gunn on April 19. You can see this show for just $18 online and $20 at the door.

Listen to: Vagabond

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Onra

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Photo Credit: Onra

April 28 | 8:30 pm @ Lincoln Hall

A solo hip-hop DJ from the heart of Paris, Onra has one of the most unique styles you’ll hear in 2019. His background is rather complex, but long story short, he ended up in Vietnam one year and decided to blend sounds of Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese influence with hip-hop and electronica. The result is a soul-infused pop and reggae crossover with James Bond theme music undertones and an occasional Asian voice. If that sounds too complicated for you, we’re probably just not doing it justice, so we recommend taking a listen for yourself. Devin Morrison joins Onra at Lincoln Hall this spring. General admission is $15 online and $20 at the door. Parking is easy to find nearby.

Listen to: Ms. Ho

 

Cisco Adler

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Photo Credit: Cisco Adler

April 30 | 7 pm @ Schubas

Feelin’ nostalgic? Cisco Adler takes us back to a time we can actually remember: the golden era of the ’90s. You’re probably familiar with their work with Shayze, especially hit singles Buzzin’ and Corona and Lime. In fact, their sounds are so entangled that it’s sometimes difficult to separate them, but Cisco Adler certainly has their own style to bring to the stage. While you might expect a more chilled-out, hip-hop sound, Cisco Adler has California origins and is more reminiscent of mellow, instrumental rock with a few happy-go-lucky island vibes thrown in. Cisco Adler takes on Schubas this month, alongside a guest artist TBD. Tickets are $12 online and $15 at the door.

Listen to: Coastin’

Lincoln Hall

  • April 3 | 8 pm – Com Truise, Jack Grace, Ginla
  • April 4 | 7:30 pm – Olivia O’Brien, Kevin George
  • April 5 | 8 pm – Greyson Chance, CJ Run
  • April 6 | 11 am – Mr. Dave, Justin Roberts & the Not Ready for Naptime Players
  • April 6 | 9 pm – The Cactus Blossoms, Jack Klatt
  • April 9 | 7:30 pm – Lil Tracy, Lil Raven, Buku Bandz
  • April 11 | 8 pm – The Cracked Podcast Live, Sarah Squirm, Maya Dukmasova, Jane Dailey
  • April 12 | 9 pm – Jared & the Mill, Michigander, Twinsmith
  • April 13 | 8 pm – Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, Miles Nielsen
  • April 15 | 7 pm – Jonathan McReynolds
  • April 16 | 8 pm – Of Montreal, Yip Deceiver
  • April 17 | 6:30 pm – Lady Lamb, Renata Zeiguer, Alex Schaaf
  • April 18 | 8 pm – Girlpool, Hatchie, Claud
  • April 19 | 9 pm – Steve Gunn, Gun Outfit
  • April 20 | 9 pm – The Murlocs, Ohtis
  • April 21 | 8 pm – Deerhoof, Palm, Bleach Party
  • April 22 | 7:30 pm – Priests, Gurr
  • April 23 | 7 pm – Alec Benjamin, Alexander 23
  • April 24 | 7:30 pm – Bea Miller
  • April 25 – 27 | 8 pm – Billy Bragg
  • April 28 | 8:30 pm – Onra, Devin Morrison

 

Schubas

  • April 1 | 8 pm – Open Mike Eagle, Sammus, Video Dave
  • April 1 | 8 pm – Open Mic Comedy
  • April 2 | 7 pm – Choker
  • April 3 | 8 pm – Foreign Air, Honors
  • April 4 | 9 pm – Ceramic Animal, Spendtime Palace, The Evening Attraction
  • April 5 | 9 pm – James Supercave
  • April 6 | 9 pm – Blac Rabbit, Thee Casual Hex, Dogs at Large, Horace Greene
  • April 7 | 12 pm – Acoustic Brunch: Slippery Elm
  • April 7 | 8 pm – The Unlikely Candidates, The Brevet
  • April 8 | 8 pm – Telekinesis, Sontalk
  • April 8 | 8 pm – Open Mic Comedy
  • April 9 | 8 pm – The Dead Tongues
  • April 10 | 7:30 pm – Tennyson, Sports Boyfriend
  • April 11 | 8 pm – Cherry Pools, Tillie
  • April 12 | 7 pm – Charlie Burg
  • April 12 | 10 pm – Old Sea Brigade, Jon Bryant
  • April 13 | 6 pm, 9 pm – The National Parks, Wild
  • April 14 | 12 pm – Acoustic Brunch: From the Start
  • April 14 | 8 pm – Allan Rayman
  • April 15 | 8 pm – The Palms
  • April 15 | 8 pm –  Open Mic Comedy
  • April 16 | 7 pm – Break of Reality
  • April 17 | 7 pm – Anna Clendening
  • April 18 | 9 pm – Flora, Jordanna
  • April 19 | 8 pm – K.Flay
  • April 20 | 9 pm – Gazebo Effect, Captain Coopersmith, Splor
  • April 22 | 8 pm – Tyler Ramsey (Band of Horses)
  • April 23 | 7 pm – Sasami, Savila, Claude
  • April 24 | 9 pm – Diane Coffee, Woongi
  • April 25 | 7 pm – Ayla Nereo, Handmade Moments
  • April 26 | 9 pm – Bayonne, Palm Daze
  • April 27 | 9 pm – Town Criers, The Edwards, In the Pines, Dreamboats
  • April 28 | 12 pm – Acoustic Brunch: Joybird Duo
  • April 28 | 8 pm – Katie Von Schleicher, Half Gringa, Michael Albert
  • April 29 | 8 pm – Sparkle Carcass, The Family Gold, Nathan Graham
  • April 30 | 7 pm – Cisco Adler

 

Featured Image Credit: Tom Daly Photography via Steve Gunn Facebook

 

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