This year’s Lolla review wraps up with Day 3 highlights as well as a Food Recap and a Best of the Fest spotlight.
Lolla Day Two: Mother Earth kicks up a big storm, so does Franz Ferdinand!
Gene and Andrew tag-team Lolla again. This year there was no easing into the festival. Go!
Happy Lolla everybody! Here is our Lollapalooza preview with our picks for what bands to see when.
There is a different Chicago Street Festival every weekend of the summer, if not more than one! Check out our guide to May’s festival’s to kick off the summer.
On select Sunday evenings through October, you can drop in and catch live music at the Centennial Monument in Logan Square as part of the Sundays in the Park music series.
North Coast Day Three. So there we have it. I’d say I’m sad to see the summer go, but its been a great one…
Day Two of North Coast Music Festival 2011. Check out Andrew’s recap of all things dance party related.
Andrew Hertzberg takes on North Coast 2011 — Check out his review of Day One!
Don’t you worry, folks. Festival season isn’t quite over yet. Dubbed ‘Summer’s Last Stand,’ the North Coast Music Festival brings a variety of artists to Chicago’s Union Park over Labor Day weekend. Check out our 2011 preview here.
Land of the Mud People. No, that isn’t the name of a band, but it might be a nickname for Grant Park after the monsoon that hit Lollapalooza on Sunday evening.
Lolla Day Two: a day jam-packed with enough aural goodness to fully alleviate the pain from Day One’s hangover.