“LOVED, LOVED, LOVED your music. I was shocked & amazed, pleasantly surprised, dazed & confused.... to witness such a magnificent melding of talents and
pure joyful noise. Thank you, from my inner ear outward! You are Magnificent!!”
— Bach to Rock show attendee
NOTE: Shows are subject to change due to weather or other factors. See our Facebook page for the latest info on cancellations & contingencies. See the venue website for each show for additional details.
Sat, Dec 2, 4:30pm
Miracle on Main
The Plaza at Historic Village Hall
2 S Main St, Algonquin, IL
More info here:
Experience the holiday charm of Algonquin’s Old Town Main St with holiday shopping & displays. Holiday music begins around 4:00pm, along with a variety of Holiday performances, followed by the entrance of Santa and Mrs. Claus! Activities include a visit with Santa's Reindeer, Live Music with Jimmy Marquis & Classical Blast, photos in a Giant Snow Globe, Ice Sculpting, Free Hot Cocoa, and of course a visit & pictures with the Jolly man himself!
Fri, Dec 8, 7:30pm (Doors 6:30pm)
Historic Turner Hall
115 S Bench St, Galena, IL
No one celebrates the holidays like the town of
Galena and we’ve made it a tradition to be a part of it! Our Dark Side of the Yule show is the opening event
to the town's Luminaria & Living Windows Weekend. This country setting has quaint shops filled with unique gifts, great food & spirits and plenty of winter activities in a beautiful, relaxed atmosphere. It’s the top vacation destination in Illinois. The streets will be lined with glowing candle lit bags as our show kicks off the weekend festivities at their historic Turner Hall on Friday night. On Saturday windows in the shops downtown come ALIVE with holiday scenes and characters. There’s great shopping, Midwest skiing and so much else to do so make it a weekend… and be sure to include tickets to Dark Side of the Yule!
Beverages available by Galena Brewing Co
Tickets: Adults: $30 at door
Students 14-18: $10 at door
Kids under 14 free
Tickets Available at the door
Fri, Dec 15, 7:30pm (Doors 6:45pm)
Joliet Area Historical Museum
204 N Ottawa, Joliet
Box Office: 815-723-5201
Celebrating it’s 20th Anniversary, Joliet’s premier cultural icon boasts outstanding historical collections, exhibits and programming, as well as an indoor 200 seat auditorium with full bar.
Sun, Dec 17, 4pm (Doors 3:30pm)
6615 Roosevelt Rd, Berwyn
Box Office: 708-788-2118
This reknowned music venue first opened in the early 1900s as a hunting lodge and flourished in the 1950s as a nightclub. Fitzgerald’s has been the site of numerous movies and outstanding musical performances by national and local performers.
Tickets: $30 Reserved/ $20 General Admission
Wed, Dec 20, 7:30pm (Doors 6:30pm)
10 S Vail Ave, Arlington Hts
Box office: 224-202-0750
Hey Nonny offers an intimate live music experience where great music, scrumptious food and excellent drinks deliver an outstanding evening out.
Tickets: Premier $40 (Seated, full dinner & drink menu available)
Cabaret $30 (Seated, limited menu)
General Admission Standing $18 (bar service)
Fri, Dec 22, 7:30pm (doors 6:30pm)
The Bend Theater
125 N Main St, West Bend, WI
Box Office: 262-346-7156
This world class historic, yet modern, experience venue provides a creative space for the arts, featuring outstanding sound & lighting. Full bar available.
Sat, Dec 23, 7pm (Doors 6pm)
7 S 2nd Ave, St Charles, IL
Box office: 630-549-0072
Originally built in 1901, the theater was known for its live Vaudeville entertainment and silent film showings. Newly restored in 2022, this cabaret style venue offers crafted cocktails and a delicious small plates menu in a beautiful, intimate atmosphere.
Tickets: Tickets: $35 Reserved
Fri, Dec 29, 7:30-10pm (Doors 6pm)
808 Rt 59, Naperville
This brand new venue with cabaret style concert venue offers an exception dining experience and a state of the art stage, sound and lighting. Make a dinner reservation and join us for an outstanding holiday evening. No cover charge!
For reservations and more info call 630-869-9100
More dates coming soon!
“Your band is fantastic! My face was stuck in smile mode.
I kept closing my eyes and drifting with the music.”
— Munster Park Concert attendee