Chicagoland Midweek Music Spotlight: City and Suburban Live Music Highlights - Monday, 9/3/12 - Thursday, 9/6/12

Chicagoland Midweek Music Spotlight: City and Suburban Live Music Highlights - Monday, 9/3/12 - Thursday, 9/6/12

This is your guide to catching the best live music in Chicago this week both in the city and throughout the suburbs.  This week... Lots of shows to pick from as Stone Temple Pilots, Cake, Everest, Little Feat and Chris Robinson all gig throughout the city.  Plus, Lindsey Buckingham returns to the area for a Tuesday show in St. Charles.  All of this plus much more...

In The City...

Stone Temple Pilots (8PM Tuesday at the Vic Theatre. $69, 18+) - *** This show was moved from the Riviera Theatre to the Vic Theatre.  Tickets purchased for the Riviera Theatre will be honored ***

The Yardbirds (8PM Wednesday at City Winery. $30-45, All Ages)

Cake (7:30PM Thursday at the Aragon Ballroom. $37, All Ages)

Everest (6PM Thursday at Double Door. 21+, FREE)

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. DJs (9PM Thursday at Double Door. $10, 21+) - Kid Color opens.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood (Two shows at 8PM Thursday and Friday at Lincoln Hall.  Each show is $28, 21+)

Little Feat (Two shows at 7:30PM on Thursday and Friday at Park West.  Each show is $53, 18+)

David Grisman Sextet (Two shows at 8PM Thursday and Friday at City Winery. Each show is $40-50, All Ages)

In The Suburbs...

Lindsey Buckingham (8PM Tuesday at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles. $39-95, All Ages)

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