FESTIVAL COVERAGE: Winnetka Music Fest (6/16,17) + Out of Space (7/27-30)

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Winnetka Music Festival Schedule

Friday, June 16 – The Wallflowers, The Dip, Hailey Whitters, Maggie Rose, Joslyn & the Sweet Compression, Abraham Alexander, Ruen Brothers, Midnight Canyon Performs “Wildflowers”

 Saturday, June 17 – Michael Franti & Spearhead, Neal Francis, Madison Cunningham, Alejandro Escovedo, Briscoe, Brigitte Calls Me Baby, LowDown Brass Band, Toronzo Cannon, Abby Holliday, Oshima Brothers, Lilla Sol, Wyatt Waddell, Johanna Samuels

Out of Space at Canal Shores Schedule

 Thursday, July 27 – Dawes and Lucius with Celisse

Friday, July 28 – Lord Huron with Allie Crow Buckley [SOLD OUT]

Saturday, July 29 – Regina Spektor with Allison Russell

Sunday, July 30 – Andrew Bird with Uwade & Nora O’Connor

Evanston music venue Space announced the lineup for their annual summer performance series, Out of Space, and unveiled a new partnership with Valslist Music and their Winnetka Music Festival, now programmed with the talent buying team behind Out of Space, Space, Thalia Hall, and Salt Shed. The association celebrates two closely connected Chicago suburbs and their tastemaker brands, embracing an affinity between performing artists and their supportive communities.

Out of Space returns July 27-30 for its fifth year of live music on the fairway at Evanston’s Canal Shores Golf Course. This year’s four-day lineup features prominent indie acts and emerging talents: Dawes and Lucius (July 27), Lord Huron (July 28 – SOLD OUT), Regina Spektor (July 29), and Andrew Bird (July 30), with opening sets by Allie Crow Buckley, Allison Russell, and Uwade. Tickets are on sale HERE.

This year, Space announced a new partnership with Valslist to co-produce its award-winning Winnetka Music Festival, now in its seventh year and returning to its two-day festival format on Father’s Day weekend, June 16 and 17. The lineup, with booking lead by Space, is curated with guidance from Valslist founder and Winnetka resident, Val Haller, music tastemaker and former New York Times columnist, and features The Wallflowers, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Madison Cunningham, The Dip, Hailey Whitters, Neal Francis, and many more. Tickets are on sale HERE.

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