House of Blues (Chicago)

House of Blues (Chicago)

329 N Dearborn St.,
Chicago, IL

Upcoming Events

Jul 28
36 locations
Jul 29
58 locations
School of Rock All Stars
Parking starting at $12
Jul 29
42 locations
Jul 30
41 locations
Jul 31 - Dec 25
Kirk Franklin presents Gospel Brunch
44 dates
No guaranteed parking available.
August 21 - 10:00am
No guaranteed parking available.
August 21 - 12:30pm
No guaranteed parking available.
September 25 - 12:30pm
No guaranteed parking available.
October 9 - 10:00am
No guaranteed parking available.
October 23 - 10:00am
No guaranteed parking available.
October 30 - 10:00am
No guaranteed parking available.
November 20 - 12:30pm
No guaranteed parking available.
November 27 - 10:00am
No guaranteed parking available.
December 11 - 10:00am
No guaranteed parking available.
December 18 - 12:30pm
Jul 31
37 locations
Aug 5
62 locations
The Island Dwellers
Parking starting at $10
Aug 6
61 locations
Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes
Parking starting at $8
Aug 11
58 locations
Broad Shoulders Music
Parking starting at $10
Aug 14
54 locations
Action Adventure with Special Guests
Parking starting at $8
Aug 19
50 locations
Shoeshine Boy Showcase
Parking starting at $10
Aug 21
54 locations
Aug 26
62 locations
Ace Frehley
Parking starting at $10
Aug 28
53 locations
Chrisette Michele
Parking starting at $8
Sep 3
61 locations
The Molly Ringwalds
Parking starting at $8
Sep 9
43 locations
Mike Masse on our Backporch Stage
Parking starting at $10
Sep 10
50 locations
Butch Walker
Parking starting at $8
Sep 12
57 locations
Mac Sabbath
Parking starting at $10
Sep 16
50 locations
Sammy Adams
Parking starting at $10
Sep 17
40 locations
Saul Hernandez
Parking starting at $8
Sep 21
57 locations
KT Tunstall
Parking starting at $10
Sep 22
63 locations
Danny Brown
Parking starting at $10
Sep 23
60 locations
Sep 25
53 locations
Sep 30 - Oct 1
SWITCHFOOT & RELIENT K - Looking for America Tour
2 dates
Oct 3
57 locations
Tom Jones
Parking starting at $10
Oct 7
62 locations
Local Brews Local Grooves
Parking starting at $10
Oct 13
59 locations
Oct 15
61 locations
Kaleo - The Handprint Tour
Parking starting at $8
Oct 16
55 locations
Simple Plan
Parking starting at $8
Oct 25
58 locations
Oct 28
62 locations
Meshuggah - North American Tour 2016
Parking starting at $10
Oct 29
61 locations
Yonder Mountain String Band
Parking starting at $8
Nov 1
63 locations
Nov 3 - 4
Yellowcard - The Final World Tour
2 dates
Nov 11
62 locations
The Pretty Reckless
Parking starting at $10
Nov 18
37 locations
Andra Day
Parking starting at $15
Nov 19
61 locations
The Fab Faux
Parking starting at $8
Nov 25
50 locations
25 Years of Pigface!
Parking starting at $10
Dec 4
53 locations
Steel Panther
Parking starting at $8
Jan 17
57 locations
Lukas Graham
Parking starting at $10
May 13
61 locations
Russell Howard
Parking starting at $8
Aug 12
0 locations
Darmata
No guaranteed parking available.
Aug 20
0 locations
Elbo Room Presents: 8th Annual I AM FEST 2016
No guaranteed parking available.
Sep 16
0 locations
Silver Wrapper Presents EOTO and more...
No guaranteed parking available.
Sep 17
0 locations
Tech N9ne
No guaranteed parking available.
Oct 2
0 locations
The Noise Presents Beartooth: The Aggressive Tour
No guaranteed parking available.

 

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About House of Blues (Chicago)

The House of Blues is famous across the country for live music and great food, with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Their Chicago location in particular is spectacular, located on Dearborn St in the heart of downtown, with 55,000 square feet of space and the capacity to serve 1,800 guests. More

While almost 2,000 guests sounds like a lot of people inside the music hall and restaurant, when it comes to the House of Blues Chicago parking situation, it feels like two million people are inside. Of course, it’s not surprising that so many people come there - with some of the best musicians and entertainers hosting shows and savory, down-home Southern cooking, it’s almost impossible to not have a rewarding evening with friends or family. The House of Blues Chicago provides the perfect atmosphere to unwind with friends, as the cool, languid mood lighting and smooth, deep blues melt the troubles of the workday into the night. It might be harder to fully experience all this if you don’t have a place to park. If you make use of ParkWhiz, your House of Blues Chicago parking will just as easy as the words that come from a crooner’s mouth.

The House of Blues Chicago is unique, nestled in downtown’s River North, but it has many siblings across the country. The House of Blues story began in 1992, when one of the co-founders of the Hard Rock Cafe, Isaac Tigrett, along with Blues Brothers alum Dan Aykroyd, opened the first location in Cambridge, Massachusetts’ Harvard Square neighborhood. The brand quickly spread throughout the country, with House of Blues Chicago opening in 1996. Many famous acts have already left their mark on the venerable music hall; in 2001, Duran Duran enjoyed five consecutive sold-out shows, packing the place to the brim with fans. In 2002, The Who and Pearl Jam performed and in 2007, country music power-couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill sang some impassioned country tunes. House of Blues Chicago’s select opera boxes are inspired by those at the Estavovski Opera House in Prague, giving the spectator an unmatched view of the sights and the sounds of the music hall. When each performer sings like a muse, they are standing upon a stage that has a metal box of authentic Mississippi mud directly underneath it, infusing the sound that echoes throughout the building with the soul of Southern music. With the unique music and eclectic feel, you don’t want to have a front-row ticket only to find that all the spots in the House of Blues Chicago parking lot are filled. If you make use of ParkWhiz, this sad song won’t ruin your day.

ParkWhiz makes parking as easy as humming a tune - find your event at the House of Blues Chicago, pay a fee about as much as a snack to a nice dinner, and print your parking pass. Once that’s been done, your spot is reserved, and while everyone else is fretting on missing the performance of the newest blues crooner, you will have no worries but what to buy as a main course. ParkWhiz does all the heavy lifting, so you don’t have to sing the blues.

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