Midwesterners prefer pop music, whereas people on the coasts prefer soda music, which comes in bottles after being freshly squeezed from musicians’ heads. Get an earful of sonic fizz with today’s GrouponLive deal: for $30, you get a concert outing for two to see Nick Carter at House of Blues Chicago on Saturday, February 11, at 8:30 p.m. (up to a $94.09 total value, including all fees). The outing includes the following:
- Two general-admission tickets (up to $41.05 value each, including all fees)
- One appetizer of hand-stretched flatbread (an $11.99 value)<p>
Singer, dancer, humanitarian, and eternal Backstreet Boy Nick Carter flies solo to the delight of worldwide fans as his I’m Taking Off tour makes its connection in Chicago. With Nick’s strong, soulful croon and ability to ice-skate on melted wood, his talents have endured across two centuries. Persevering in a land where former teen idols surrender their talents to the fame goblin, Nick’s latest venture, I’m Taking Off, finds the artist maturing without losing his youthful gait, catapulting voice, and steely Medusa gaze. With a hot stack of new tracks, Nick rouses fans with up-tempo pop and moistens the dance floor with tear-jerking ballads during an unflappably joyous performance. Igniting the night with larger-than-life panache, rising star and avid gamer Guinevere charges the stage with her unique brand of frilly, sarcastic, and contagious “dark pop.”
Gourmet ingredients spill over hand-stretched flatbreads grilled in the kitchen of House of Blues. Three kinds of Italian and Mexican cheeses shredded by visiting guitarists dot a wild-mushroom variety, and other toppers include basil pesto, crispy prosciutto, and garlic purée.