March 30, 2017 at Chicago, IL in Chicago.
March 30: 2pm-5:30pm &
March 31: 8am-3pm
TBD in Chicago
March 30: 2pm-5:30pm &
March 31: 8am-3pm
TBD in Chicago
We are starting early and will have the TV’s on so we can watch the returns come in as you do your bits.
Some how we were able to trick Goose Island into sponsoring this so that means we will have cheap good beer, free drinks, and things to give away all night.
And as an added bonus this is apart of mic fest! What does that mean?? Who knows! But we’re doing it anyways!
Do your civic duty and get drunk at an open mic!
List at 8
Show at 8:30
Every Monday in November & December at the Theater on campus (through December 12th). The open mic nights are entirely student run – featuring SAE’s best and brightest live sound students.
FREE for all to attend
18 and over ONLY; must have a Valid ID (attendees without a valid ID will be denied entry)
ALL styles of music are welcome
Performers: READ THIS!
Signups to perform will be handled in advance through this site. To perform at SAE Open Mic, you must sign up below. Select 1 ticket (and ONLY 1 ticket) for “Open Mic – PERFORMER” (doesn’t matter how many people are in your act – select only 1 ticket for your group), and leave your name. Make sure you’re at SAE ready to perform by 7:30PM on the night of your show. That’s it!
Maximum 10 artists per week
See full schedule of Open Mics here: https://www.eventbrite.com/d/il–chicago/sae-chicago/?mode=search
The American Film Institute ranked DR. STRANGELOVE OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE BOMB No. 3 on its 100 greatest comedies list, and it was in the first group of films selected by the Library of Congress for preservation. Will this satire still decimate its target? As always we’ll break it down afterward.
RECORRIDO DE OFRENDAS
This year, you will have the chance to pick up a map and start your “Recorrido de Ofrendas” or tour of Day of the Dead-themed altars hosted by local businesses and organizations along 26th street and surround blocks. Get your map stamped at each location and at the end, turn in your map for your chance to win a great prize!
In addition, you will have an opportunity to partake in an “offering” provided by the participating business such as a discount, a special offer or free promotion!
**Maps will be available at the office of the Little Village Chamber of Commerce, 3610 W 26th St., during festival hours. Turn in your map at the end of your day at this same location for your chance to win a prize. **
ART GALLERIES | Morenos 2nd fl. | 26th & Hamlin | 12pm-6pm
VILLARTE’s pop-up art gallery featuring local artists of traditional and contemporary Día de los muertos themed art.
WORKSHOPS | Little Village Branch Library | 23rd & Kedzie | Saturday 12:30-5:30
VILLARTE will also host family-friendly workshops on Saturday.
Worshops to be posted.
LVAF attendees will be encouraged to pick up a map provided by VILLARTE and stamped by participating organizations as they make their way through the entire Recorrido de Ofrendas. The completed maps will be dropped off at the Chamber office for a chance to win a raffle prize.
VILLARTE is a collective of local artists and volunteers that works to transform neighborhood spaces into opportunities for art expression, we hope to see you on November 5th and 6th!
Little Village Arts Fest 2016
“Recorrido de Ofrendas: Comunidad y Familia – Past and Present.”
Drummer/composer Gustavo Cortiñas and his quartet present repertoire that blends the rhythms and melodies of Huapango, Son Jarocho, Mariachi and Banda music with the harmonic richness and improvisational possibilities that jazz is so famous for.
Justin Copeland, Trumpet
Joaquin Garcia, Piano
Kitt Lyles, Bass
Gustavo Cortiñas, Drums
In partnership with the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts and the Jazz Institute of Chicago, Jazz at the Logan presents CHICAGO STAGE at the Logan showcasing local jazz artists in FREE pre-concert performances.
A party included in the Fallfest/16 Shortlist package will take place in the Frances W. Parker library preceding this program, from 6:30-8 PM. Come for drinks, snacks, and a bit of entertainment, then stick around for the program afterwards.
Every year we handpick a lineup of programs for our communitiy of culturally-savvy Chicagoans in their 20s and 30s. Want to get this program, as well as CHF Shortlist: Dan Savage and CHF Shortlist: Lena Waithe, all for only $45? Purchase the Fallfest/16 Shortlist Package today! For more info visit chicagohumanities.org/shortlist
Politics of Pot: https://tickets.chicagohumanities.org/shows/703%20-%20the%20politics%20of%20pot/info
Party in the Library: https://tickets.chicagohumanities.org/shows/703e%20-%20shortlist%20party%20in%20the%20library-%20the%20politics%20of%20pot/info
“The Cliff Dwellers‘ clubhouse, in the penthouse on the 22nd floor of the 200 S. Michigan building… is among the most heavenly in the city.” -The Chicago Tribune
Join other Playhouse friends and donors for dinner at this exclusive club, normally reserved for members only, and sample delightful dishes like Grilled Salmon Medallions and Wild Mushroom Ravioli. Plus, take a behind-the-scenes look at some of APARTMENT 3A’s most magical moments.
Your evening begins when the play’s stars, Eleni Pappageorge and Dan Smith, perform a scene from the show. Then, participate in a Q&A with artistic staff, and be amazed as Windy City Playhouse Magic Consultant Jack Korol shows off some tricks of the trade.
The performance begins at 5:30pm and is free to attend. You may purchase your meal when dinner service begins at 6:30pm.
To RSVP, call Dana Besmanoff, Development & Sales Associate, at 312.374.3196 or email email@example.com.
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