Time Out says
Once known primarily as a ramshackle roadhouse of country-rock in an industrial stretch of the city, the Hideout has become a place where new musicians, veteran performers and outspoken personalities of all stripes can come together onstage. Rootsy ensemble Devil in a Woodpile still holds down a regular gig, but the venue also hosts the experimental-leaning Resonance Series, variety shows and a Saturday night dance party. It can be difficult to reach this tucked-away spot via public transportation, but it is worth it for the cheap beer, fresh sounds and DJs dropping nostalgia, from Prince to Devo.
Posted: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
1354 W Wabansia Ave
between Willow and Ada Sts
Tue 7pm–2am; Wed–Fri 4pm–2am; Sat 7pm–3am; Sun, Mon for special events (call ahead)
Bus: 72, 73.
Average beer: $2
Originating as a two-night run as part of Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s LookOut series, actor Alex Grelle’s trippy tribute to Shelley Duvall and other underrated screen stealers hits the Hideout for its third year. Incorporating music (courtesy of local...Character Until Friday April 26 2019