Every Blues Festival set on all five stages in Millennium Park, from Friday morning through Sunday night
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The Chicago Blues Festival moves to Millennium Park for 2017, with an adventurous bill that includes Rhymefest, Rhiannon Giddens, and Ronnie Baker Brooks.
Every set at the 2017 Blues Festival, from Friday morning through Sunday night on all five stages in Millennium Park
This week Zeshan B celebrates his debut solo album, Vetted, which blends Indo-Pakistani music and American soul.
This week’s featured gig poster was designed by local artist Jay Ryan.
Tickets for the free performances have been snapped up, but shows at Navy Pier and Pritzker Pavilion don’t require advance reservations.
Known as PG-13 in her role as a sidekick to Calle 13, iLe steps out on her own with a new album—and headlines Pritzker Pavilion on Thursday.
Olivia Block’s installation “Sonambient Pavilion” honors a neglected public sculpture by Harry Bertoia—and the untapped potential of Millennium Park’s huge sound system.
The weather chilled and the lights blinded, but Lyric Opera’s program in Millennium Park suggested good things to come.
Downtown Sound swallows up Loops & Variations and extends to Mondays and Thursdays this summer.
This year’s event runs September 11-21 in 20 venues around town, with musicians representing 33 nations.
But our mayor is in a category of his own.