Chicago Blues Festival
Summer in Chicago is a beautiful and fleeting season! Everyone is looking for more ways to enjoy the weather and get outdoors, preferably without breaking the bank. Here are several options for free concerts in Chicago that you can enjoy throughout the season with little strain on your wallet.
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Chicago’s 31st annual Blues Festival is this coming weekend. WBBM’s Steve Miller took a look at a sampling.
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Blues fans filled the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park on Thursday for the first night of the 30th Annual Chicago Blues Festival.
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From a spring concert set among an historic home to a summer-long festival, Chicago is the place to be for music lovers. Check out the following performances the next time you’re in the mood to hear a live concert.
Gospel and rhythm and blues legend Mavis Staples is the headliner for this year’s Chicago Blues Festival in Grant Park.
Summer time means it is time for the largest free blues festival in the world to once again take place in Chicago at Grant Park. Check out this year’s highlights and must-see performers.
Here’s a rundown of notable upcoming performances that are strictly free of charge!
The Chicago Blues Festival will take place in Grant Park, June 10-12. Get line-up information, maps, food, travel guides & more!
The lunchtime crowd on the Daley Plaza was treated to a preview of this weekend’s Chicago Blues Festival.