Here to welcome the warm weather is one of Chicago’s best neighborhood street fests. From noon to 10 pm, enjoy plenty of food, drinks, and live music by tribute bands on Sheffield from Belmont to Roscoe. Photo Credit: Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce
Rock out at this one-day music festival at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre presented by Chicago’s WKQX, featuring bands like AWOLNATION, Dashboard Confessional, The Neighborhood, and Bishop Briggs. Tickets start at $20. Photo Credit: 101 WKQX Facebook
Live performances have never been easier to see. From February 8 - 18, Chicago Theatre Week will entertain local audiences with some of the city's best productions on various stages throughout town – for unbeatable prices.
Presented by the League of Chicago Theatres and Choose Chicago, Chicago
While it sounds like a rather unusual name for a play that deals with global affairs, the audience soon comes to realize why this title makes a whole lot of sense.
It was the 1980s. Ronald Reagan, President of the United States (Rob Riley, who walks
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Unlike many family dramas, The Humans is not a story about a dysfunctional family who spend most of their time screaming at each other. No, in fact, the entire Blake clan is most loving, caring and supportive
Come celebrate the wedding of Tony n' Tina!
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Can Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding still stay fresh and fun more than a year after returning to the Chicagoland theatre scene? The answer is
Now that the pressure of keeping your Resolutions is behind you, it's time to really start having fun. And February definitely won't disappoint. Here are the best Chicago events this month.
What will it be? Spring or more winter? No matter what this little
Now in its 40th year, A Christmas Carol brings joy and merriment to the people of Chicago, each year with a different spin. For the fifth year, Artistic Associate Henry Wishcamper serves as director of Charles Dickens’ universal tale of hope and redemption. Larry Yando