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. F
“The love of passionate, innovative music the Hideout and its owners embody is what brought us all together in the first place.”