The Hide Out Inn is one of Chicago’s best kept secrets —It is a regular guy bar for irregular folks who just don’t fit in, or just don’t want to fit in; it has been called the Hideout since it opened (legally) in 1934. For those who don’t know, the Hideout is a Prohibition-era bar in a small space that hosts all kinds of live music. The Hideout made #20 on Consequence of Sounds’ list of the 100 Greatest American Music Venues! Lavender Country is making its first City of Chicago appearance at The HideOut Inn and we can’t wait.
Along with the Golden Horse Ranch Band and Slop Sink , we are certain that this is an event you will remember. The Golden Horse Ranch Band‘s 5 part harmonies and good time stomping cowboy style is not to be missed. This 7 piece ensemble features mandolin, fiddle, upright bass, banjo, guitar, snare drum/washboard, and the occasional bassoon, played by a stellar group of musicians from a cross section of Chicago bands. Slop Sink is Jakob, Selma, Blue, and Avi. As queer and trans people, we play punk rock that deals with complexity, loneliness, kinky sex, being queer and trans, having fun, getting drunk, queer family, fucked up parents, and criminalization of young queer and trans youth of color in Chicago.
“The love of passionate, innovative music the Hideout and its owners embody is what brought us all together in the first place.”
1354 w wabansia chicago il 60642
For more info: www.hideoutchicago.com