Posted in music | tour dates on November 18, 2011

Fred Flintstone @ Thanksgiving Day Parade 2010 (photo by Maria Marchenko)
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Thanksgiving Day 2011 is just around the corner. Despite possibly being cooped up with strange relatives, there are also a ton of great Chicago shows surrounding the holiday...

THANKSGIVING DAY EVE
Touche Amore, Pianos Become The Teeth, and Seahaven will play Beat Kitchen.
Tickets are still available.

Thee Oh Sees will play both an early and late show at the Empty Bottle.
Tickets are still available.

Yakuza, The Atlas Moth, Batillus, and The Swan King will play Subterranean.
Tickets are still available.

Flosstradamus, Supreme Cuts, and Calez will play Lincoln Hall.
Tickets are still available.

Naked Raygun, Falcon, Dan Vapid and The Cheats, and My Big Beautiful will play Metro. Tickets are still available.

THANKSGIVING
Have vegan Thanksgiving dinner at the Chicago Diner.

Check out the parade, downtown (State St btwn E Congress Pkwy & W Randolph St), from 8AM on.

BLACK FRIDAY
Tinariwen, and Sophie Hunger will play Metro. Tickets are still available.

Nicolas Jaar, Hernan Sanchez, and Striz will play Smart Bar. Tickets are still available.

Scattered Trees, A Lull, and Urbanites will play Lincoln Hall. Tickets are still available.

My Gold Mask, La Scala, and Baby Magic will play Empty Bottle.
Tickets are still available.

K. Flay, eTrain, and Add-2 will play Subterranean. Tickets are still available.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH
Marketa Irglova and Sean Rowe will play Lincoln Hall. Tickets are still available.

Tandoori Knights, Bloodshot Bill, Nobunny, Outer Minds, and Radar Eyes will play the Bottom Lounge. Tickets are still available.

The Kooks, YAWN, and The Postelles will play a sold out show at the Vic.

Cianide, Johnny Vomit, Cardiac Arrest, and Bones will play Empty Bottle.
Tickets are still available.

Peter Murphy, She Wants Revenge, Hussle Club, and DJ Scary Lady Sarah will play Metro. Tickets are still available.

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH
Magic Milk, Small Wonder, and PK Fire will play Panchos. Tickets are still available.

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Stay tuned for more shows in each day's "What's Going On?" post.


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