Looking for to catch some live music along The First Hundred Miles of Route 66? Then chart a course to the rooftop of the revered Joliet Area Historical Museum!
This Friday (June 25th, 2021) at 7pm, the museum will be resuming it’s popular series of open-air rooftop concerts. These rare shows provided in tandem a gorgeous panoramic view of downtown Joliet and top-tier live music. This week, local legends Great Moments in Vinyl will be delivering their groundbreaking take on tribute concerts.
Each show this supergroup of Chicago-area performers pick a pair of memorable albums from a popular artist or band’s back catalog, and play them in their entirety! In addition to some exceptionally well-played music, you’ll hear a series of stories about the songs and the artists being featured, perfect for casual fans looking to learn more or lovers of music history.
The idea of narrated concerts is the brainchild of William Lindsey Cochran, a Chicago radio personality, voiceover artist, writer, and musician. The band it’s self is made up of a hand-picked collection of talented musicians from the Chicago area, each ensemble is specifically chosen for the genre they’ll diving into. Appropriately for this local supergroup, Great Moments in Vinyl will be setting their sights on the discography of Crosby, Stills & Nash for Friday’s show.
Tickets for this show are $10 for the general public and just $8 for all museum members. A full beverage bar will be offered on site, along with a visiting food truck parked in front of the museum!
For more information, and reserve your tickets, visit: Joliet Area Historical Museum Booking
Be sure to follow The Joliet Area Historical Museum on Facebook for more upcoming Summer concerts.
Joliet Area Historical Museum
204 N Ottawa St, Joliet, IL 60432
Source: The Daily Chronicle