Summer Sessions

  • Illinois Centennial Monument in the Logan Square 3200 W Logan Boulevard Chicago, Illinois
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Summer Sessions on Logan Square is a free concert series that takes place at the Illinois Centennial Monument in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago.

The series was started in 2009 by Logan Square residents as a way to bring the neighborhood together around a diverse array of accessible music provided by local groups.

Homeroom is excited to partner with the Whistler to present two concerts on July 27th and August 24th.

The August 24 lineup includes the Runnies, Future Hits and Matt Ulrey’s Loom.

The Runnies deliver a Farfisa organ and guitar driven garage rock beneath Mary McKane’s howling, snarling and scolding vocals.

Future Hits is curriculum-based rock music for kids, families and teachers. Their well crafted tunes inspire folks of all ages to go to the library, look both ways when crossing the street, and take family road trips.

Matt Ulrey’s Loom performs a mature modern jazz, pulling influence from classical, rock and folk. Complex harmonies and rhythms are fluidly explored through beautiful and lyrical melodies and themes.