Arts & Entertainment

Each year Chicago hosts some of the most popular festivals in the music scene, welcoming artists of different styles and fans of every genre. Here, The Phoenix explains the weekends and highlights different performers at …

Events

Pitchfork Music Festival returned to Chicago Sept. 10-12 after a year off with a jam-packed lineup featuring artists of varied genres and fame, headlined by Phoebe Bridgers and St. Vincent, among other tentpole acts. Friday …

Events

Michigan-based punk band Dogleg faced a dogleg — or sharp turn in a path — of their own in March 2020. The group released their debut album “Melee” March 13, the same day former president …

Music

In the isolated world of COVID, TikTok brought millions together through viral trends and challenges. When rising artist Tai Verdes initially dropped “Stuck in the Middle” in May 2020, he had no idea his song …

Events

“Everything has happened for me so quickly.” Sloan Struble, the mind and voice behind Dayglow — an alt-pop quintet — describes what many musicians showing up to Chicago’s biggest music festival have experienced: entering quarantine …

Events

Lollapalooza day four saw a shake-up when rapper DaBaby was dropped from headlining after a homophobic rant during his performance at Rolling Loud in Miami July 25, the Associated Press reported. The mood wasn’t soured …

“This is a dream come true,” Jason Singer, vocalist and guitarist of the Detroit-based Michigander, said as a crowd of more than a thousand surrounded the GrubHub stage during their set. “I will cry by …

Arts & Entertainment

Day two of Lollapalooza brought a cooler breeze and overcast weather, complimenting the mid-tempo vibe accompanied by many of the day’s biggest acts — as well as changes in COVID guidelines from the city in …