Formerly known as the Viaduct Theater, this nondescript building over-shadowed by the Belmont overpass is home to some of the city's most progressive jazz, contemporary classical and improvised music. Founded by local drummer and Pitchfork Music Festival talent buyer Mike Reed, Constellation boasts two performances spaces and a bar offering reasonably-priced beer and cocktails. From local jazz groups to touring avant-garde performers, the venue is Chicago's home for anything that's "too weird" for the rock clubs.
3111 N Western Ave
|Cross street:||Clybourn Ave|
|Transport:||Bus: 49, 77.|
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