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Here's every free concert taking place in the park this summer
Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, the Chainsmokers and more acts confirmed to play Grant Park
The local rapper may celebrate the release of his new "owbum" with a self-organized fest
Weird Al, Morrissey, T.I. and more inlikely acts play Ravinia this season
Check out the complete lineup for the summer music festival, which is full of surprises
In the mood for a concert? Check out this week's top gigs at venues all over the city
Neko Case, Spiritualized and Muse greet the arrival of spring in the city
Before summer officially arrives, catch the Hives, the Who, Weyes Blood and more
Anderson .Paak, Billie Ellish, Vampire Weekend and more great summer shows
Your complete guide to every notable music fest in Chicago
Who's playing, pictures, what to eat, mud people, previews, reviews and more
What to see—and people watching—at the hippest festival of the year
Pack a picnic and see some classic acts (including 50 Cent) in the ‘burbs
Daily Show host Noah steps out from behind his desk and sets out on his first arena tour, mixing biting political commentary with personal tales of his...
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...
It's a simple concept: one performer takes a suggestion from the audience and from that, delivers a monologue based on something they've experienced. Then,...
Bye Bye Liver combines two robust Chicago traditions: comedy and heavy drinking. The show opened a decade ago for a three-week run, then kept getting...
Scottish trio CHVRCHES have found the middleground between synth-pop and EDM on its latest album, Love is Dead, melding the vulnerable Glaswegian vocals of...
Throughout much of her new album, Titanic Rising, it's clear that Natalie Mering (a.k.a. Weyes Blood) has the end of the world on her mind. But the looming...
A sound sculptor who has spent years making atmospheric music festooned with ominous synths and cacophonous bursts of noise, Tim Hecker is seemingly able to...
In 1990, a group of Chicago house DJs and a small group of friends gathered in Jackson Park for an impromptu concert. Today, the Chosen Few DJs (Wayne...
Leaving behind much of the heady prog-rock trappings of its previous records, SoCal outfit Wand's new album Laughing Matter establishes them as the heir...
Whether you're a music geek or just want to air guitar to some solos, these 11 venues should be on your radar
Our favorite spots for a sweaty night of dancing with friends and strangers
If you want to boogie to the blues, these are the places to go
Jazz is very much alive in Chicago, and there are plenty of places to see the city's hottest players
From drill to old-school, soul-sampling hip-hop, here's where you need to go to see rising rappers
Sing your heart out, drink your liver out at these favorite local karaoke spots
From the Nirvana baby to Ol' Dirty Bastard, these are our favorite record sleeves from the 1990s
The era of excess delivered on its promise sonically with glittering, shimmering gems
Her greatest hits, as voted on by Time Out's music staff
So hit the karaoke bar, grab the mike, knock back your drink: It's time to take the stage
Take a bump ’n’ grind down memory lane with the top R&B songs from the last quarter-century
Any occasion is a good occasion for a drinking song. Feeling too blue to say cheers? We've got songs to drown your sorrows, too.