Concerts in Cicero


Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México or Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Concert (Up to 50% Off)

Harris Theater

Harris Theater

Symphony orchestra from Mexico pays homage to Spanish and German composers; chamber music society celebrates romantic piano quartets

$20 $10

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The Legends of House Music at The Portage Theater on Saturday, January 17 (Up to 50% Off)

The Legends of House Music

The Portage Theater

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Jungle Brothers, Farley “Jackmaster” Funk, and a lineup of the city’s top DJs join in this dance-fueled celebration of Chicago house music

$50 $25

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2014 Honda Civic Tour Presents 3BallMTY at Portage Theater on December 14 (Up to 53% Off)

3BALLMTY w/ special guests Los Rakas

Portage Theater

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Latin-pop DJ trio known for their infectious rhythms join bilingual hip-hop duo Los Rakas

$29.80 $14

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Snowstorm Music Fest Featuring Moby DJ, RJD2, and Trippy Turtle at Navy Pier on Saturday, 3/7, at 6pm (Up to 48% Off)

Snowstorm Music Fest

Navy Pier

Moby DJ, RJD2, and Trippy Turtle headline EDM festival featuring 11 artists on 2 stages, with ambient displays by Redmoon theatre troupe

$48.24 $25

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Walker Stalker Con 2015 at Navy Pier on February 21 or 22 at 11 a.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Walker Stalker Con 2015

Navy Pier

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The stars of “The Walking Dead” are joined by actors from horror films and fellow AMC show “Breaking Bad” during panels and events

$38 $19

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Idina Menzel: World Tour at Jay Pritzker Pavilion on August 16 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 41% Off)

Idina Menzel

Jay Pritzker Pavilion

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Tony-winning singer and actress from Wicked, Glee, and Disney’s Frozen wows audiences with the pipes that made “Let It Go” a smash hit

$34 $20

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Chippendales at House of Blues Chicago on Saturday, January 31, at 9 p.m. (Up to 31% Off)

Chippendales

House of Blues Chicago

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World-famous all-male dancers don cuffs, collars, and little else as they raise temperatures with sultry moves

$47.60 $33

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  • Halau i Ka Pono
    Kumu Hula (“Master Teacher of the Hula”) June Yoshiko sometimes wonders if it was the same streak of courage that led both of her grandfathers to leave Japan and start a new life in Hawaii that inspired her to make a similar journey from Hawaii to Chicago. A hula dancer since she was six, she’s honed her craft over three decades while augmenting it with a master’s in public health nutrition, ordination as a Zen Buddhist priest, and certification as a reiki master teacher. June teaches two types of hula classes: Hula Kahiko, ancient dances accompanied by chanting that emphasize Hawaiian culture, and Hula Auana, or modern hula, set to contemporary Hawaiian songs and instruments such as ukulele and guitar. Her beginner classes focus on footwork and hip motions, and advanced classes merge both Kahiko and Auana with the study of plants, chants, mythology, and history important to hula. June also offers a Gracious Ladies class for mature women and men that incorporates Auana hula to tone bodies, strengthen core muscles, and boost ACT scores.
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    38 Lake St.
    Oak Park, IL US
  • Circle Theatre
    Circle Theatre is an artist-based theatre company whose mission is to produce exciting, innovative and classic theatre accessible to our widely diversified suburban and city audience.
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    1010 Madison St
    Oak Park, IL US
  • Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park
    Both a bold marriage of visual art and music and a tag-team of architectural ingenuity and sonic technology, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park straddles Chicago’s ‘front lawn’ with an artistic swagger that never overwhelms its plush green lawns. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the pavilion’s brushed stainless steel ribbons blossom into a 120-foot-high backdrop that mirrors a metal flower spreading its tendrils into the sky, or, as a New York Times writer likened it to, “a celestial gateway to another universe.” As writers from Time Magazine to USA Today have marveled at it’s sleek design, so too have many come forth to praise the Jay Pritzker Pavilion for its state-of-the-art acoustics. Wynne Delacoma, the classical music critic for the Chicago Sun Times, proclaimed that the outdoor venue “sounds as good as it looks.” Wynne went on to declare that its LARES sound system—notable for its suspended speakers that distribute sound to the far reaches of the venue while never obstructing the audience’s visual field—produces “that same warm, enveloping sound,” of an indoor theater. All of this, of course, is in service of its docket of diverse musical acts. National headliners such as Wilco and Tori Amos have entertained throngs of fans here, while the Chicago Symphony Orchestra has taken residency upon its vaunted stage, once even backed by then-senator and future president Barack Obama. A total of 11,000 music-loving fans can take in a show—4,000 in fixed seats and another 7,000 sprawled out on the ‘great lawn’—absorbing each note from beneath an intricately woven quilt of trellised pipes equipped with speakers that deliver front-row-clarity to every seat in the house. Flanked to the east by Lake Shore Drive and Lake Michigan, and to the west by the illuminated high-rises of Michigan Avenue and beyond, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion is a perfect place to spend an outdoor evening enchanted by the sounds of classical music.
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    201 East Randolph Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Club 162
    The Murder Mystery Company sends temporary detectives down trails filled with clues, laughs, and imaginary murther most foul. During each crime-riddled event, participants work together to solve a perplexing homicide, combining their interrogative skills, keen eyes, and collections of fake mustaches to crack the case and apprehend the culprit. To further set the scene, The Murder Mystery Company encourages investigators to don costumes according to detailed themes, which range from the gangster-run speakeasies of the nineteen-twenties to the totally boss parties of the nineteen-eighties. The company's troupe of actors tailors the show to a wide range of functions, including team-building exercises, private get-togethers, and children's parties, but definitely excluding any of Professor Plum’s candlestick-filled dinner parties.
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    3551 N Sheffield Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Riviera Theatre
    The Riviera Theatre has been a major part of Chicago since 1917. In that year, the Riviera was built – in what is now the Uptown theater district – as a movie theater. In 1986, the Riviera was converted into a nightclub and later morphed into what is now Chicago’s most well-known venue for concerts and special events. A brief look at their history and you’ll see that the Riviera has played host to the world’s most famous performers and has no intention of letting that reputation slide. The Riviera Theatre is also available for special-event rentals such as rock concerts, corporate parties, proms, and much more. Be sure to visit their website to find out about upcoming concerts, events, and other activities. Make the Riviera Theatre your place to go for all things entertainment related.
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    4746 N Racine Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Abram Gale
    Those "in the know" migrate to Abram Gale, a fun place to grab drinks. Big family? Tons of friends? Bring 'em all to Abram Gale — the bar has an awesome layout for large parties and groups. If you're ready for a show, Abram Gale often books live musical groups or a DJ. Dining at Abram Gale comes with dancing and a DJ, so make sure to wear your party shoes. Between the music and the crowds, Abram Gale's noise levels can be intense. Weekends can get packed, so take advantage of the bar's reservations. Folks tend to dress down at Abram Gale, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the bar. Street parking is easy to find near the bar. Or, if you don't want to circle the block, valet parking is also available. null
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    2366 N Neva Ave
    Chicago, IL US

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