Theatre & Concerts in Wrightwood Neighbors

Top 5 Concerts & Shows in Wrightwood Neighbors (Chicago)

Concerts & Shows in Wrightwood Neighbors

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  • Shelly T
    23 contributions
    Just recently came here to see Ali Gatie perform! The venue itself seemed very spacious for the amount of people there. There was enough room to not feel cramped or stuck in one spot during the concert. There was also upstairs seating and viewing. The only downside was the super long wait to enter the venue. Supposedly, the information we got said doors opened at 6:30 PM and the concert started at 7:30 PM, but by the time we got there around 6:30, there was a line of about 80 people already... still waiting outside. We got in line and were talking to the people around us and no one really knew anything. Eventually a worker directed everyone to where they had to go to get their "tickets" checked. It was an additional wait after that. We only had an email confirmation of the tickets and they just ask the name associated with the tickets and cross it off their printed list. Overall, really intimate place for performers and highly recommend visiting and checking out who's performing! :)
    Written 5 February 2020
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  • Bob C
    Batesburg, SC48 contributions
    Use your imagination to retrace John Dillinger's footsteps on his fateful night. From the exit door to his death location in the alley nextdoor. Public Enemy #1 no more!!
    Written 27 February 2020
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  • Stephanie C
    Mundelein, IL1,350 contributions
    My first time here and it’s a smaller venue but I found it perfect. We enjoyed the musical parody of Love Actually! The way the theater set up all seats have a great view of the stage.
    Written 21 November 2021
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  • mylesfire
    Austin, TX231 contributions
    Super fun on a Thursday night while on holiday in Chicago. $15 is very reasonable cover for two good bands each playing full hour sets. It is set up as two separate, adjacent rooms, each with a stage for bands which rotate sets through the night, so we just went from one room to the other for three plus hours. The music was very good, starting with singer/guitar slinger Joanna Connor supported by very capable young band, playing blues but not the usual limited three chord changes. Keyboardist was very talented. Song "People Get Ready" was superb showcase for her voice, while other tunes were more upbeat. Vance Kelly band was a larger group playing funk, soul and R&B in the larger room (e.g. James Brown, Kool & the Gang, and Ike & Tina) and there was a lot of orderly audience dancing. Sax player was outstanding. Some folks ordered food which looked good; I had only a large, heated pretzel which hit the spot. Location felt safe with police car parked across street as we exited at midnight. I did not know to ask so I missed the senior discount when ordering tix at the window. does not matter. Highly recommended.
    Written 28 May 2022
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  • justnotherjoe
    37 contributions
    Small, but just what you would expect. Now, granted this isn't the Checkerboard Lounge or Wise Fools Pub of yesteryear. This North side, doing South side best as it can.
    Written 9 December 2019
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  • Katie P
    1 contribution
    We wanted to see a Second City show and decided to roll the dice on this curious concept of an improv musical. We went in excited with a tiny dose of skepticism. Oh boy were we satisfied. The cast was fantastic, each bringing their own style of humor to the one and only production of "How to Sl*t Shame Your Dragon" while also keeping a collective momentum to the direction of the show. There was physical comedy, singing, dancing, rapping, puns, and more. The cast and band seemed to be having a ball, and they brought the audience along with them. There were occasional joyful missteps that demonstrated this truly is improv, and we loved it all.
    Written 15 July 2018
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