RSVP for Schubas Fourth Annual Pig, Swig, & Record Dig

Fourth Annual Pig, Swig, & Record Dig


Schubas does a lot more than just come up with clever rhyming cool things to do. Schubas brings some of the biggest talent to Chicago and has them perform in a ridiculously small room. The artist win by being so close to their fans and I think you can see how you as a fan win in this situation as well. Help them support LakeView Pantry and get some good grub and records. You own a record player, right?

On Saturday, September 20th, Schubas will host our fourth annual Pig, Swig & Record Dig. Browse a massive selection of new and vintage LPs from Chicago’s most trusted record labels and stores, while enjoying the smell of crackling pork skin from the suckling pig roasting outside and drinking discounted beverages from Revolution Brewing

Vendors: Crate Dig

Reckless Records / Permanent Records Chicago /Village Records / HoZac RecordsThrill Jockey RecordsImmune Recordings / Beverly RecordssakiDusty Groove / Bucket O’ Blood Books and Records / Aadam Jacobs / Matt Sohn / Rob Gillis + more to come!

Featured Swig by Revolution Brewing:
+ Anti-Hero IPA Draft $2
+ Oktoberfest Can $2
+ Bottom Up Wit Can $2

Pig: Pigs have so many tasty bits that it is cray-cray

We’ll also be raffling off tons of cool stuff throughout the day, including autographed screen prints, gift certificates, prizes from our vendors, and a grand prize package featuring a pair of five-day festival passes to Tomorrow Never Knows 2015. All the proceeds from the raffle benefit Lakeview Pantry.

We’ll also be featuring the “Cans For A Can” Drive: Bring in some canned goods for Lakeview Pantry and your first Revolution beer is on us!

Things kick off at 12 PM and run until 4PM. Admission is free!

RSVP on Facebook

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About Spool Going Round

If you like my blog and have access to programming and would like to do a radio/internet show together, please contact me. My name is Mike. I am an on-air radio DJ. I fell in love with radio in Chicago and then took that passion to someplace where I could actually get on the air. My travels took me to Seattle, WA, Eugene and Portland, OR and Washington D.C., where I was able to have my own morning show. I've had crab cakes with Warren Zevon, sat backstage and interviewed Sting, had Melissa Etheridge sing to me from the front row and I loved every minute of it. That passion for music still burns strong in me and I love to talk music and be turned on to music. Sharing new music with people is what got me interested in radio in the first place. It is wonderful to be able to talk music with you. "Go ahead you're on the air..." Read more:
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