After the fall of the Congress Theater, the party moved up the street to this former Hispanic nightclub. Now, under oversight of React Presents, the electronic music promoter behind the Mid and Spring Awakening Music Festival, the Concord books everything from EDM stars to jam bands, punk, hip-hop and world music. Pillars rising from the parquet floor give it a bit of a warehouse feel, which suits the party vibe. Hang back by the bar or up on the balcony if you want to avoid the scrum.
Concord Music Hall
|Venue name:||Concord Music Hall||Contact:|
2047 N Milwaukee Ave
|Cross street:||between Campbell Ave and Maplewood Ave|
|Transport:||El stop: Blue to Western (O'Hare). Bus: 49, 56, 73.|
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