The “Rockin’ in the Park” summer concert series at Rosemont’s Parkway Bank Park kicks off this weekend; Homegrown Arts & Music Festival’s battle of the bands is Friday at BaseCamp; fest updates and more.
20 years after the release of their Elektra debut, DuPage-born Lucky Boys Confusion looks back on the times, the tours and their songs from the era.
Organizers announced the lineup for this summer’s Lollapalooza in Grant Park; four-day tickets went on sale Wednesday.
Chicago’s Local H and The Mummies reunion tour warm up the Live from the Lot stage in Schaumburg; Underbelly Hours hosts local showcase in Wheaton; “Situation Chicago 2” benefit compilation released Friday.
Riot Fest organizers announced Nine Inch Nails will be headlining the fest as three-day passes fly out of the box office.
Glenview actor/musician Kevin Pollack shares the music that inspired him throughout his career with a cabaret performance at the Raue Center and livestreaming Saturday.
Jukebox the Ghost plays through its second album; families are invited to enjoy music with Little Jams; Bach Week Festival hits devices; and some major tours are coming back to the area.
Live concerts are coming to the new Memorial Park Bandshell in Wheaton. The Wheaton Park District has a season of 11 concerts largely featuring rock tribute bands, while the Wheaton Municipal Band has nine classical music concerts planned.
Ravinia Festival in Highland Park announced the lineup for its 85th season Thursday with a strong mix of classical, jazz, pop, rock and all the favorites.
Chicago’s weekend festival of country music and barbecue is back on; RocHaus fires up the stage lights for a show this weekend; and more.
The Venue in Aurora hosts Andrea Dawn and Emily Tipping livestreams; Arcada’s return; Tony Ocean at Chicago Prime; Beach Bunny plays Fallon and more.
Warp Corps holds its second annual outdoor music festival in Woodstock’s Town Square, and Samantha Fish plays the blues at Piazza.
Aaron Williams and the Homegrown Arts & Music Festival are returning for 2021; submissions are open for artists.
More than a year without touring has East Coast band Jukebox the Ghost itching to play, so the trio is dusting off their first two albums for a streaming series.
Tickets are on sale for 101-WKQX’s PIQNIQ; new ARC Fest appears on the horizon; Side Street opens up its battle of the bands.
Miles Nielsen & The Rusted Hearts: 7 and 9 p.m. Friday, April 9, at Hey
RiverEdge Park in Aurora is bringing back live concerts in July. The open-air John C. Dunham pavilion will welcome stars such as Snoop Dog and Twista, plus many rock tribute bands.
The stars are coming out for Backline’s “Set Break” benefit show for mental health awareness; also Whitney, Ike Reilly, a Nichols Concert Hall chamber series streaming this week.
Music is back on stage at Hey Nonny and on screen at The Venue; plus not-to-miss livestreams this next week.
North Coast organizers announced the lineup and ticket sales for the Labor Day weekend electronic and dance festival.