Regardless if you’re a get the hell out of the house thrill seeker or you’re mantra is #keepurassathome. We’ve got some things for you to do this weekend.
Help keep our bars open:
Get a tiny pic of our beloved city home and help support Chicago’s music venues.
Black Nail Studio has raised so far over $20,000 to help Chicago’s local music venues. 100% of the purchases made through her Etsy shop will be donated to help keep our venues open through the rocky times ahead.
Get your Pride on
Can’t be live at Pride this year? Go live stream instead.
Performances, Activists and colorful fun await you.
If you’re feeling a little frisky, yes some bars are now open.
And Please, Practice safe drinking
Check out the festivities through the link below
Calling all witches, history buffs, appreciators of nature and curiosity seekers! Spend some time this solstice taking in the ancient ruins of Stonehenge online.
Horror watch parties and live music
Cypress Hill is giving their fans a free treat tonight with a 360 degree live performance presented by Melody VR. Show is available through Melody VR’s app – which you can download by clicking here
Get out yer dancing shoes. Brauerhouse is hosting a free livestream Saturday featuring the Koffin Kats. Pre-registration is advised. We recommend waiting until tomorrow morning prior to registering, noticed a broken ssl certificate on their site, which we did make them aware of.
You can register and check out the event here
Frightmare HQ is hosting a livestream interview with Nightmare on Elm Street 4 & 5 star Lisa Wilcox, Saturday June 20th at 2pm cst. This event is free and will be hosted on Youtube. You can check it out here
Chicago is a Drag Festival
Chicago is a Digital Drag Festival helps to showcase an intersectional look into the city’s drag culture and scene. CIADF represents the past, present and future of Chicago drag, emphasizing its diversity in race, gender and sexuality.
CIADF made its debut in June 2019 in commemoration of 50 years of Chicago Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
Hosted by A Queer Pride, the festival presents 20 political statements, 20 celebrations of cannabis and an evening of fun.
Check out the performance on Twitch
Above photo credits in descending order: Daily Sabah, Black Nail Studios/Reggies, Cypress Hill, Kotsu-direngrey, Northalsted Business Alliance, Lisa Wilcox, Do312
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