Attending a concert allows one to express their love for music without legally changing their name to "Didgeridoo." Display melodious enthusiasm with today's GrouponLive deal to the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival. For $36, you get one all-access ticket to the festival, which runs April 12–15 (a $60 value).
Since 2009, The Chicago International Movies and Music Festival has celebrated the interconnected worlds of film and music through movie screenings, live performances, and energetic sets from DJs and VJs. This year's event stretches more than 50 events across 16 venues, most of them in Logan Square and Wicker Park. Song-tinged documentaries flood from screen to audiences' hive minds, with Louder Than Love: The Grande Ballroom Story chronicling the famed Detroit venue that thundered with concerts from Motor City greats such as MC5, The Stooges, and Ted Nugent. Uprising: Hip Hop and the LA Riots continues viewers' sonic education by examining the relationship between West Coast rap and the Los Angeles riots of 1992. Both neighborhoods thump from two giants' hearts buried beneath their sidewalks and boogie-worthy sets from musicians practicing a miscellany of styles, which in the past have included everything from Americana to marching-band punk to Swiss electronica.