Hop Along’s Pitchfork Aftershow: A Show Worth Skipping Bedtime For

Article by: Milo Keranen After a music-filled Saturday in Union Park, Varsity and Hop Along brought their lively performances to the Metro in Wrigleyville. Many of the concert go-ers were coming directly from Pitchfork, others just to see the bands for the evening. Many exhausted and few well-rested fans filled both the balcony and the main floor of the spectacular concert hall, anticipating a few more shows for the day. The Chicago indie band, Varsity, … Continue reading Hop Along’s Pitchfork Aftershow: A Show Worth Skipping Bedtime For

Burr Oak Debuts New Album At Schubas

By: Kyle Smith Ever since being able to hold shows again, Schubas Tavern has been hitting the ground running. This continued with a COVID-conscious evening on August 7th. Due to recent trends in coronavirus statistics, venues in Chicago have been placing mask mandates and vaccination statuses at the forefront. This made for a relaxing, laid-back, and safe evening of great music. It all started out with Morinda, who blew us away with great vocals and … Continue reading Burr Oak Debuts New Album At Schubas

Who we’re excited to see at Pitchfork!

After a year without live music and festivals, Pitchfork is finally back. The annual festival is planned to take place September 10th-12th at Chicago’s Union Park. The festival already sold out of three-day passes, and it comes as no surprise. This year the festival has huge headliners such as Phoebe Bridgers, Thundercat, Animal Collective, and Angel Olsen on the lineup. The festival has recently updated its COVID guidelines and will now require a photo ID … Continue reading Who we’re excited to see at Pitchfork!

Post Animal Closes Out the Second Night of Lollapalooza at Sleeping Village

Article by: Emily Schwarz The return of live music, especially festivals, has been an interesting transition back to normalcy after the eventful last year we’ve had, with Chicago being in the forefront with the return of Lollapalooza. This weekend-long festival brings in all types of artists and music, but most importantly, it always makes an effort to make room for some of Chicago’s hometown heroes. This year, the beloved Post Animal played the festival, as … Continue reading Post Animal Closes Out the Second Night of Lollapalooza at Sleeping Village