Where to Catch Live Music in Chicago


There’s nothing like some live music to accompany a nice evening out, and after a long wait, we are excited that we can finally get back to a little bit more normalcy! If you miss live music as much as we do, then these are some awesome places you definitely don’t want to miss out on. Be sure to reserve your tickets early to secure your spot with the limited capacity safety guidelines.  

City Winery 

Grab a glass of wine and get ready for some sweet music! Starting again in April, live music of many different genres will fill the room as you enjoy the bonded feeling of a shared experience with the others around you — from a safe distance, of course.  

Bub City

If you like finger-lickin’ food and twangy country music, then this is the place for you! BBQ, burgers, and sandwiches will keep your hunger satisfied as the variety of artists every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night will hook you in with their entertainment charm. 

The Wild Hare 

Calling all reggae fans! Holding the title of “REGGAE CAPITAL USA” for 30 years, if you like reggae even a little, this is the place to go! Did we mention they also have amazing Caribbean barbeque too? Come get your food and entertainment fix all in one!

Carol’s Pub 

Get out your cowboy boots and mozy on down to Carol’s Pub for some live country and western music! These sweet sounds pair really well with any of the options on their long drink menu, so stay a while and try a few.

Rosa’s Lounge 

Say happy 37th anniversary the right way by stopping in and admiring the blues. The performers certainly will not disappoint, and you can expect a wonderful evening guaranteed!

Tortoise Supper Club

Come on in for any Saturday evening and get ready to be whisked away by the magical sounds of jazz. To make the night even more enjoyable, choose a mouthwatering dish from the delicious menu. We can never pass up their oysters!

Written By: Natalie Kokaska

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