Mister Moon, the “culternative” rockers out of North Central Ohio, will be playing The Elbo Room this Saturday along with Sean Wilson, American Narcissism / The Pirate Broadcast, and Red Ransom. Despite the fact that all four band members have visited Chicago, this will be their first time playing the Windy City as Mister Moon.
If you didn’t get your presale tickets today, more are going on sale tomorrow! See below for lineup details.
11/30 – Rise Against + Papa Roach (WKQX The Nights We Stole Christmas) @ Aragon Ballroom (on sale 9/29)
12/1 – Foster the People + Cold War Kids (WKQX The Nights We Stole Christmas) @ Aragon Ballroom (on sale 9/29)
12/2 – Queens of the Stone Age + Run the Jewels (WKQX The Nights We Stole Christmas) @ Aragon Ballroom (on sale 9/29)
Prepare yourselves for an amazing month of great live music, put on by Red Bull Sound Select!
For ticketing information on all shows, click here.
One of our favorite indie folk bands, Fleet Foxes, is back at it and playing The Chicago Theatre for two nights in a row next week! The band released their first full-length album in 6 years this past summer and are eager to reconnect with fans. Crack-Up features the beautiful harmonies that originally drew us in and combines them with mesmerizing instrumentals. Their live show is said to be incredible and, in this case, well worth the wait. For tickets to the shows, click here.
Kasabian and Slaves are playing House of Blues this upcoming Tuesday. Kasabian, one of the UK’s most beloved bands, will be playing in support of their 6th studio album, For Crying Out Loud, which was released this past May. It has been 3 years since Kasabian has done a US tour, so both the band and American fans are long overdue. Kasabian’s live shows are set to be rowdy and full of opportunities for crowd participation, so it should be a wild night! To get tickets for the show, click here. Until then, check out “Bless This Acid House” above.
Jay Som is swinging back through town to enchant us with their beautiful, sprawling music. The brainchild of Melina Duterte, Jay Som’s most recent album, Everybody Works, has received high praise from the likes of Stereogum, Paste, Entertainment Weekly, and Rolling Stone. Last time they were in town was an absolute treat–don’t miss out on them again! For tickets, click here.
Looking for something to do next Wednesday? Check out Widowspeak, the Brooklynites dishing out dreamy indie rock for just $15 that night. The released their new album, Expect The Best, in late August and are looking forward to playing the new tracks for live audiences. To get your tickets, click here.