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Live Review: The Rolling Stones Shake Off Rust During Tour Opener at Chicago’s Soldier Field (6/21)

21st Century Physical Breakdown: Things didn’t look too hot for The Rolling Stones earlier this year. Back in April, the rockers were forced to postpone their tour only days ahead of its original kickoff so that frontman Mick Jagger could undergo heart valve replacement surgery. There admittedly concerns by fans — especially since that procedure sounds more

Live Review: Chromatics Dream Up an Aesthetic Heaven at Chicago’s Park West (5/31)

Back from the Grave? The Double Exposure Tour finds the Chromatics on the road for the first time in nearly five years. But really, it’s not like they’ve been missing. Sure, it’s been seven years since the release of their last album, 2012’s Kill for Love, and five years since they announced its still-delayed followup,

Tickets and Seating Arrangements For Chicago’s Arie Crown Theater and Auditorium Theatre

by marymoline Tickets and Seating Arrangements For Chicago’s Arie Crown Theater and Auditorium Theatre If you are preparing to be in the Chicago spot and want to take in a night on the town, attending an event at the Arie Crown Theater is the excellent selection. Cozy seating for four,249 followers can make for an

Tickets and Seating Arrangements For Chicago’s Apollo Theater and Aragon Ballroom

by marymoline Tickets and Seating Arrangements For Chicago’s Apollo Theater and Aragon Ballroom Not to be puzzled with New York’s Apollo, Chicago’s Apollo Theater was created by Jason Brett and Stuart Oken and 1st opened its doors to the public in 1978. Formerly, there was a theater with the same name on Randolph Street in