Concerts, like dimly lit chandeliers, are more impressive outdoors and are more enchanting when adorned with strategically placed glow sticks. Sway to illuminating tunes with this GrouponLive deal to the Wavefront Music Festival at Montrose Beach from Friday, June 29 from 5 p.m–10 p.m., to Sunday, July 1, beginning at 12 p.m. Choose between the following options:
For $47, you get a three-day general-admission pass (a $95.77 value). General-admission passes include:
- A free gift upon entrance for the first 500 people
- A cash bar for beer and wine (no liquor is permitted)
- This option is valid for all ages, though you must be 21 or older to consume alcohol
For $120, you get a three-day VIP admission pass (a $210.10 value). VIP admission passes include:
- An open bar with beer, wine, and liquor
- Elevated views of both stages
- VIP bathrooms
For its first year in the Windy City, Wavefront Music Festival takes over the shores of Montrose Beach with electronic beats, ditties, and record spins from more than 20 musical acts, with more to be announced. Making the coveted list are BoysNoize, Sasha, and Duck Sauce, the DJ duo of Armand Van Helden and A-Trak behind the 2010 hit "Barbra Streisand." James Murphy and Pat Mahoney, both of seminal electro-dance punk group LCD Soundsystem, who bring their DJ and cake-mixing skills to the stage. Boys Noize blends familiar hooks from The Chemical Brothers with atmospheric rhythms, bells, and ethereal harmonies. Renowned DJ and producer Erick Morillo harnesses frenetic dance hits such as "I Like To Move It" and his experience creating soundtracks for Ibiza and Miami dance festivals to unleash hypnotic percussion, sleek vocals, and hip-shaking beats over grateful festival-goers and dancing sailboats.
Attracting the young and the beautiful like moths to the flame, Dolphin regularly hosts blowout blasts that feature some of Chicago's top music-makers. A pink-lit lounge paired with a base-ready dance floor hosts recurring events such as Cinema Thursdays, Sunday evening's Boom Boom Room, and the appropriately named Fridays.