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The composers of the ‘Stranger Things’ soundtrack are coming to Chicago in March

Zach Long
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Zach Long
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You may have to wait until 2019 for the next season of Stranger Things, but 2018 is shaping up to be a good year for Chicago fans of the nostalgic Netflix series. If you want to meet the actors behind characters like Eleven and Steve Harrington, you’ll be able to pretend you’re in the Upside Down when Stranger Con comes to Rosemont in June. If ’80s synthesizer soundtracks are constantly showing up on your Spotify playlists, you’ll want to see the composers of the Stranger Things soundtrack perform in March.

Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein will be bringing stacks of vintage synths to the Athenaeum Theatre on March 30, playing selections from both volumes of the Stranger Things soundtrack. Dixon and Stein are members of the band SURVIVE—which has previously performed at the Pitchfork Music Festival—and are launching a new tour that focuses exclusively on the eerie electronic compositions which help set the mood for the series.

Tickets for the Stranger Things concert are on sale now via React Presents and admission to the all-ages show ranges from $42 to $52.

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