Live music at the Joliet Area Historical Museum! – Shaw Local
Want to listen to live music along the first hundred miles of Route 66? Then, chart a course to the Joliet Area Historical Museum – your destination for curated collections and live entertainment.
Beginning at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 1, the museum will resume its popular indoor music series – a spin-off from its popular rooftop concerts held each summer atop its building. These rare indoor shows, held in the museum’s auditorium, offer high-level live music in a unique and accessible setting. For the return show, local legends Great Moments in Vinyl will deliver their groundbreaking take on tribute gigs – this time taking on the catalog of Irish rock stalwarts U2.
At each show, this supergroup of Chicago-area artists selects memorable albums from a popular artist or group’s discography and performs them in their entirety. Along with exceptionally well-played music, you’ll hear a series of stories about the featured songs and artists, 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, Chicago radio personality, voice-over artist, writer and musician. The band itself is made up of a hand-picked collection of talented Chicago-area musicians, with each set specifically chosen to match the genre they will dive into. For the U2-themed special event, GMiV will turn to the band’s seminal 1987 album “The Joshua Tree.”
Tickets for the show are $10 for the general public and $8 for all museum members. A full drinks bar will be offered on site and each ticket includes access to all museum galleries. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. sharp. Act fast and book your tickets for the exciting live event.
For more information and to reserve your place, visit www.jolietmuseum.org.
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IF YOU ARE GOING TO
WHAT: Great moments on vinyl
WHERE: Joliet Area Historical Museum, 204 N. Ottawa St., Joliet