Concert Planners Try To Adjust To Life In The Time Of COVID With Drive-In And Socially-Distanced ShowsConcerts in a pandemic? It's not an idea everyone's comfortable with, but the village of Orland Park says they've figured out a way to do it.
How Hobart, Indiana Plans To Pull Off A Concert Amid A PandemicConcerts and music fests are getting canceled left and right in Chicago, but in Northwest Indiana, one music fest says the show must go on Labor Day weekend.
With COVID-19, The Show Goes On (Lawns) For Evanston Musicians"Unlike restaurants, unlike retail, we don't have a product that can be carried out and picked up curbside."
Hot Tacos, Spicy Sandwiches, And Super-Sized Screens; What Awaits Fans At The United Center"They like that option where they can knock-off two check marks. Come to a great game and also experience a restaurant that they've been meaning to try,"
Chicago's Concerts Getting Extra SecurityThe underlying behavior is more common than you think.
Live Nation Kicks Off 'National Concert Week' With $20 Ticket OfferThe events promoter is celebrating the start of National Concert Week with $20 "all-in" tickets to over 2,000 of the company's tour of summer concerts.
Millennium Park's Free Summer Music Series ReturnsThe 2017 Millennium Park Summer Music Series kicks off Monday offering free outdoor concerts throughout the summer.
Instagram Removes Searchable #EDM Hashtag"#EDM was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity.”
Best Upcoming Outdoor Concerts Near ChicagoFive Chicagoland outdoor venues hosting the most celebrated musical performers throughout the U.S.
Best Free Summer Concerts In ChicagoSummer 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.
Watchdog Files Ethics Complaint Over Congressman Schock's Travel SpendingA government watchdog group on Wednesday asked congressional investigators to examine whether Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock violated House ethics rules by using taxpayer and campaign funds for private air travel.