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Check out TNK Fest in Chicago

Lincoln Hall is a famous concert hall in Chicago, located on North Lincoln Avenue. The building was opened 2009 to encourage talented local artists and offer them a bigger stage to perform.

Chicago is one of the nation’s hubs for music festivals. Being somewhat centrally located in the US, it provides easier logistics for musicians and music enthusiasts to play and attend events. 

What you can expect from the show

TNK is one of the biggest music festivals in Chicago during winter. TNK (Tomorrow Never Knows) presents Indie music live from some of the top Indie artists around the US. Comfortable concert halls including the Lincoln building host the show and the rocking music helps to keep Chicago’s bitter cold outside.

The music festival is as famous as the original Beatles’ song with the same name, TNK. The biggest indie stars share the stage with upcoming local bands in order to encourage them and create a unique music experience for the audiences. Some of the well-known names that have performed here including Father John Misty, Wild Belle, Dr. Dog, Betty Who, and Atlas Sound. Generationals, the popular duo from Louisiana, are set to play at the 2015 Tomorrow Never Knows Festival.

Tickets: The price of the tickets for individual performances ranges between $10 to $25 per person. You could even get a five-day pass that provides access to the entire music event at $100 per person.

For more details about the event, please click here.

Event Dates: January 14, 2015 – January 18, 2015.

Event Location:

Lincoln Hall,

2424 North Lincoln Avenue,

Chicago,

IL 60614.

Come and enjoy the dazzling indie music with your friends.

 

 

* Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons.

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