The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The House of Blues often books acts that attract a younger crowd; all-ages and 18 and up shows are common.
The Extras: Don't miss the Sunday Gospel Brunch with seatings at 9am and noon. It's $38 (ages 12 and up); $15 for kids (6-12); free for kids under 6 and includes an all-you-can-eat buffet, gospel performance, tax, tip, coffee and juice.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Downtown venue with lush setting, excellent acoustics and strong bookings.
by Contributor at Citysearch
House of Blues opened its fourth restaurant-concert hall at the base of the famous "corn cob" buildings of Marina City in 1996. Host to a mix of blues, jazz, funk, rap and world musicians of varying notoriety, this spotâ¦
By MealSchpeal com at Citysearch
Each one of his books has killed him a little more, said Norman Mailer quotably. And each one of these experiences has killed me a little too. Not ... Read More
amazing live music
By SierraK at Citysearch
The live music and drinks makes this place a true original and Chicago landmark. Get their early in order to get good seats. EARLY BIRD GETS THE BL... Read More
Great place to see a show, no parking
By TheHeckler at Citysearch
Check the website for upcoming bands and acts - they have all kinds of rad bands performing a lot and like lots o ffunny comedians to but if you go... Read More
House of Blues
By Jared K at Insider Pages
Get there early for concerts as the lines can wrap around the block. The food is sort of TG Fridays meets it;s creole cousin, but overall it's fine... Read More
Best Gospel Brunch!
By GoldenAsh at Citysearch
The Gospel Brunch is the best part of the Sunday experience at the House of Blues. The food is soooooooooooo good, and the simultaneous live entert... Read More