Co-headliners Wilco and Sleater-Kinney end the It’s Time tour at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago, along with opener NNAMDÏ.
P.O.D. arrived in the Motor City to bring a live, twenty-year anniversary of the band’s iconic album Satellite to the metal hungry fans of Saint Andrews Hall.
It was a night of reminiscing as we revisited yesteryear with the plentiful hits of Daryl Hall and John Oates with special guests, Squeeze.
Pop-punk fans definitely got their fill on Sunday night when All Time Low brought its Side Summer Tour to Marathon Music Works.
Third time’s a charm as Lindsey Stirling returned to Chicago for the first time since her 2017 Lollapalooza performance.
Suzanne Santo makes a welcome return with her sophomore album, Yard Sale, which is set for release on August 27.
The sold-out Hella Mega Tour brought live music back to the Friendly Confines for the first show there since 2019, and what a show it was!
There’s no better way to kick off the weekend early than with a nice, relaxing night of music from John Moreland and Minor Moon.
On More Like Tomorrow, The Way Down Wanderers has created a thoughtful and introspective album that musically embraces all the facets in life.