Live bands and a "decades" costume contest are just part of the throwback entertainment in store at the benefit.
Hundreds of thousands of music lovers headed to Chicago this past week end for Riot Fest featuring nearly a hundred performances including a host of local bands.
Dog Daze is designed to help families connect with their pet and create memories. It features demonstrations, live music, vendors, a caricature artist, food and drink among the attractions.
After two years of only virtual performances, the 46th annual festival returns Labor Day weekend with three days of online shows, as well as a different performance venue for live concerts the final two days, set indoors in Hinsdale.
Foreigner tribute band Double Vision rocked a excited crowd Friday, Aug. 19, 2022 at the Dixon Historic theatre. The band played all the big hits from one of the premier rock bands of the era.
The idea is to sample, to compare and contrast at this taste-testing festival presented by the Wheaton Park District from noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 6, in Memorial Park.
As part of its lineup, The Venue presents a benefit for Mercy Home for Boys & Girls featuring Michael McDermott and Heather Horton on Saturday, July 23.
The Venue in downtown Aurora announces a three-day Jazz Festival running July 8 to 10 in the adjacent Mundy Park.
Dixon Pride Fest brought in hundreds of people looking for fun and to support those in the LBGTQ community. The event was held Saturday, June 18, 2022 on west First street and featured, music, food, vendors and live entertainment.
Rock Falls Tourism showcased four bands Saturday, June 18, 2022 in honor of their native son, music legend Louie Bellson.
The Dixon Municipal Band played their weekly performance Thursday, June 16, 2022 at the Page Park band shell. The band will play every Thursday until August 4.
Music and art venue Rosbrook Studio in downtown Dixon held their ninth annual street fair Saturday, June 11, 2022.
The Sterling Municipal Band held their second performance of the year Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at the Grandon Civic Center. The band featured soloist Madeline Geil and Peoria based band Mariachi Campiranos.
The three-day Blues & Brews festival from June 10 to 12 offers regional and national acts, six of which will perform at the Chicago Blues Festival.
The “Scheherazade” concerts will be conducted by Andrew Grams in the Hemmens Cultural Center in downtown Elgin.