Stompin’ at the Parkway Ballroom: A Live Blues Music Event
Stompin’ at the Blues Club

Stompin’ at the Parkway Ballroom is a live Blues music and dancing event at the historic Parkway Ballroom hosted

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by artist Samantha Hill.

The Parkway Ballroom was the hot music & dance spot in Bronzeville in the 1940’s, 50’s & 60’s. Count Basie, Nat King Cole, Sarah Vaughan and many Chicago Blues musicians all performed there during Parkway’s heyday. This event will bring back the spirit of the Bronzeville Golden Age with live Blues music and dancing.

“LB’s Blues Machine” featuring Lorna Boston will perform the Blues concert at the event.

Event price: $10 cover, advance ticket purchase required for entry.

Eventbrite – Stompin’ at the Parkway Ballroom: Live Blues music and dancing event

Event location: April 12th from 7-11pm

Parkway Ballroom

4455 South King Drive

Event details:
Complementary Blues dance lesson from 7 to 8pm included in the ticket price.
Guest are encouraged to dress in the 1940′s vintage fashions.
Cash bar
Free parking available at the rear of the venue
This exhibition is a satellite component to the exhibition Risk: Empathy, Art and Social Practice concurrently on view at The Glass Curtain Gallery at Columbia College Chicago.

 

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