Upcoming Shows


January 13th

Back Country Roads~9pm

Back Country Roads is a 6 piece band based out of Dekalb, IL. BCR started as a 3 piece acoustic band in April of 2009, then quickly expanded to the 6 piece we are today. We have played at events such as Country Thunder the past 7 years and have opened for Phil Vassar, Darryl Worley, David Lee Murphy, Neal McCoy, Steel Magnolia, Keith Anderson, Grainger Smith, Parmalee, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Cassadee Pope and Easton Corbin. We play mostly current Top 40 Country hits, with a few older selections thrown in the mix as well. We also occasionally leave the Country genre a little bit which gives the audience some variety. Our Facebook fan-base is over 10,5600 fans and continues to grow. We are looking forward to expanding into new areas for another jam-packed fun filled year full of shows!

January 14

Poison’d Crue~9pm

We are all about giving you “Nothing but a Good Time” at our shows. We want to take you back to that decade of 80’s Glam Rock ! We are committed to having you hear what you first heard back when these songs first came out. So come and catch a show so you can take a Ride on the “Wild Side” with us. We look forward to meeting you then.

January 27

Smells Like Nirvana (Nirvana tribute show) 9pm

Smells Like Nirvana is Chicago’s grungiest tribute to Nirvana playing songs from the albums Bleach, Incesticide, Nevermind, In Utero and MTV Unplugged.

Composed of seasoned pros and DIE-HARD FANS of Nirvana, Smells Like Nirvana’s live tribute to Nirvana is a haunting episode of grunge filled angst and rock prowess.

You definitely want to watch Smells Like Nirvana live as they recreate the legendary sounds of Nirvana. Few bands in rock history have had a more immediate and connectable impact on their contemporary rock musical landscape than Nirvana did in the early nineties and 20 years later Smells Like Nirvana is capturing and re-creating the heart felt agnst and passion of Nirvana night after night, performance after performance.

January 28

Boy Band Review~9pm

Playing your favorites from Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, New Kids On The Block, Boys II Men, Justin Timberlake and even some fun from Britney Spears and The Spice Girls!!!!


January 29

Nonpoint w/ Static Signal and On My Six~ Doors open at 6pm

The unconquerable spirit of NONPOINT charges up the energy in any environment, from the studio to the stage. The stamina, resilience, diversity, massive power and undeniable authenticity of the enduring Active Rock crew makes them kindred spirits to their audience: fans who call upon the band’s tried-and-true anthems to help conquer adversity in their own lives.

Nonpoint emerged as part of the cultural wave of aggressive-streetwise-metal-mixed-with-melodic-force and unapologetic passion that burst from underground clubs onto Ozzfest and MTV in the “aughts.” But even as radio formats shifted and the window dressing aesthetics changed, the sheer intensity balanced with huge catchiness of Nonpoint bangers like “Bullet with a Name,” “Breaking Skin,” “The Truth” and “That Day” kept them relevant and revered.

“Our fans appreciate the variety in what we do and the difference in how we do it,” notes frontman Elias Soriano. “We write songs that have meat on the bones and stick to your ribs.”

Nonpoint has brought their message to the masses on tour with Disturbed, Papa Roach, Stone Sour, 10 Years, and Megadeth, while selling close to 1 million albums in North America. Their juxtaposition of rhythm and melody gets heads bobbing, hands in the air, and crowds singing.


February 11

The Stevee Nix~10pm

March 11

Light Life Paradise Dance pary~9pm

March 18

Jamie Campbell & the Redneck Romeos~ 10pm (Following the BMO show)

Dynamic… Fierce… Wildly entertaining… Charmingly charismatic…
Just six of the buzz words consistently used to describe this 6 piece Midwest country-rock powerhouse, Jamie Campbell and the Redneck Romeos.
Formed in 2011, this award-winning group— chosen in 2013 to appear on a TV REALITY SERIES titled “Band Rescue”- pairing them with celebrity musicians to give them an upper edge in their quest to the top— with 2 songs currently spinning on radio both nationally and internationally, has quickly rocketed to the top in their region. They’ve also began to make a name for themselves in Nashville, playing clubs like Cadillac Ranch, Tootsies and more.