Homegrown’s Aaron Williams had to pivot online when the pandemic threatened to shut down the annual local music celebration last summer. This weekend, the fest returns in person to Lisle with favorite alums and plenty of new music.
Homegrown Arts & Music Festival founder Aaron Williams has found a way to work within health guidelines to bring the annual fest to life again — both in person and streaming around the world.
Making up for a canceled gig this week amid all the COVID-19 quarantine fears, The
Sound check: Footlight District, Million Reasons light up Martyrs’; Happy Anniversary to Chicago Mixtape!
The Footlight District conjures up its soulful and modern take on classic rock when they play with the The Million Reasons and Bubbles Erotica at Martyrs’. Don’t miss The Bank Notes at The Uptown or Chicago Mixtape’s anniversary show with Psalm One, Sy Somebody and Josh Chico.
Featuring: ZORILA, The Million Reasons, Jonfin, The Footlight District, Gazebo Effect, Wolf Rd, The Darling
My iPhone storage is at least 75 percent photos from local shows. My dresser is
Welcome, Player Two Ah, the good old days sitting in front of flickering video games,
Sean McCole Ego Mechanics Wilmette Girl Named Nino The King of Mars Bryan Joseph Kuhn
Concert highlights 5/3-5/9: Adelita’s Way at RocHaus, Jake Miller at Chop Shop, Dennis DeYoung in Rosemont
The Sane Abandoned: 6 p.m. Friday, May 3, at Grandpa’s Place, 1868 Prairie St., Glenview.