Riot Fest 2018
Reviews 

Riot Fest 2018. The Wildest and Hardest Festival in Chicago

Riot Fest 2018 was one of the best festivals of the year. The lineup was finalized just a couple of weeks before and it was a shame to find out that Blink 182 was unable to play the festival due to Travis Barker’s complications that he has been having. In the final announcement, Riot Mike was able to bring in some major replacements in the form of Weezer, Run the Jewels, and Taking Back Sunday. Add the gift of giving fans the opportunity to purchase 3 day passes for under $100…

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Incubus 8 Tour rolls through Tinley Park with an inspiring night of solid acts

The Incubus 8 tour descended on Tinley Park with a powerful and entertaining trio of bands. Judah and the Lion kicked off the night with a really entertaining set.  Being that they are a newer band on the scene, they had the most to prove to fans who arrived early. This quintet had so much fun while being themselves the entire time. They made it abundantly clear that they thrive on being weird and even if the audience wasn’t into it, it sure as hell wasn’t going to stop them.…

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Usher Raymond
News 

On the Radar: Usher, Goodbye Double Door, Incubus + More

What’s going on this week? Chicago’s saying goodbye to the Double Door, I’ve been on an Usher kick, and Justin Timberlake’s not so interesting interview. All this and more On the Radar. Goodbye, Double Door After months of fighting in and out of court, Chicago’s iconic Double Door has met its demise. The music venue officially closed its doors on Monday (Feb. 6) in Wicker Park. A Cook Country sheriff placed a “No Trespassing” sign on the door and a locksmith changed the locks. It’s officially done. Ever since it…

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