Concerts in Roscoe


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  • Coronado Corner Gift Shop
    Built in 1927, the Coronado Theatre's interior was originally designed to bring to life the fairy-tale dreams of theatergoers. The lobby's extravagantly gilded walls sparkle as they reflect light from colorful, hanging lamps, making guests feel like princes and princesses while making anxiety-prone royalty worry that they left their candelabra burning at home. Inside the auditorium, a vast blue ceiling studded with stars depicts the night sky, suspended over airy towers and arches that recall Spanish castles and Italian villas.
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    324 N Main St
    Rockford, IL US
  • Hemmens Cultural Center
    Whose Line Is It Anyway? stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood tickle ribs in an evening of improvised comedy. Starting with suggestions form the audience, Mochrie and Sherwood fashion witty sketches that free guffaws from bellies and remind sad clowns what they've given up for their craft. Interactivity spices up the evening, with the comedic pair calling audience members to the stage to assist in chuckle-making scenes. The Hemmens Cultural Center ensconces guests in main-floor seats guaranteed to be within 100 feet of the stage, affording straight sightlines to onstage action and comfortable distance from the occasional gargoyle infestations of the balcony.
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    150 Dexter Court
    Elgin, IL US
  • Arcada Theatre
    Constructed in 1926 and renovated in 2005, the Arcada Theatre maintains the age-old ambiance and modern amenities necessary to host the Charlie Chaplin Film Festival, an ode to the iconic film star. Chaplin, beloved vaudeville comedian and revolutionary in the field of statement-making mustaches, made more than 80 flicks between 1918 and 1958, several of which will be projected over the weekend. The silver-screened selections revolve around classics such as The Great Dictator, a satire penned by Chaplin about Nazi Germany, and Modern Times, the story of a man daunted by industrialism's confusing machinery and strict ban on colors other than black and white. Festival attendees can pair nostalgic sights with sips of wine, beer, or well cocktails from the theater's bar.
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    105 E Main St
    Saint Charles, IL US
  • Wisconsin Union Theatre
    In addition to helping support the Union, a completely self-supporting, non-profit organization, a community membership to the Wisconsin Union grants card-carriers access to grand opening events, hotel discounts, specialty classes, and more. During summer, the Terrace on the shores of Lake Mendota hosts live music five nights a week, and the Lakeside Cinema screens films on Monday nights. Throughout the year, members can take advantage of renting rooms for events, purchasing food from the Union’s 21 eateries, campus-wide WiFi access, and a connection to the heart, soul, and sweaty date-night palms of the University of Wisconsin student body.
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    800 Langdon Street
    Madison, WI US
  • Orpheum Theatre
    Come to Orpheum Theatre to grab an American classic with a side of fries. Serving the opposite of low-fat fare, Orpheum Theatre is perfect for people who want to indulge. Be sure to complete your meal at Orpheum Theatre with a drink from the restaurant's full bar. Whether you have a large or small group, Orpheum Theatre can accommodate both. The restaurant features live music and a dance floor, so you can kick up your heels and step to the rhythm. Loud is an understatement when it comes to the decibel levels at this restaurant, so it's best to save conversation for another location. If your weekend plans include a trip to the restaurant, avoid the packs of people by securing a reservation ahead of time. Drive to lunch or dinner at Orpheum Theatre and find easy parking in a lot close by or on the street. At Orpheum Theatre, bikers can lock their bikes safely outside. A typical meal at Orpheum Theatre will set you back less than $30. Stop by for three square meals a day — Orpheum Theatre serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    216 State St
    Madison, WI US
  • NiteLite Promotions 2012
    Groundbreaking Canadian chanteuse K.D. Lang has always been ahead of her time. During the late '80s, while country music was busy trying on rock 'n' roll britches, K.D. moseyed in with a voice as pure as a Mountie's heart, giving honky-tonk purity back to the airwaves while curing the cowgirl blues. Her striking stage presence and ability to lasso Patsy Cline’s poltergeist with her herculean larynx led to multiple Grammy awards, and her sound branched out into lush pop territories in hits such as “Constant Craving” and “Miss Chatelaine.” With the support of her first backing band in 23 years, Siss Boom Bang, K.D. yowls and purrs with grace and intensity through a live set of twangy barnburners and heart-tugging torch songs in support of her latest album, Sing it Loud. From comfy and wide lumbar-supported seats, fans savor the majesty and opulence of Overture Hall, where the exemplary acoustics allow K.D.’s unmistakable voice to reverberate like whale calls through the Grand Canyon.
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    201 State Street
    Madison, WI US

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