Coming from the City of Angels to the Windy City, here are Blxst's key locations in Chicago worth checking out. Catch him at Lollapalooza on July 29th, 2022.Less
"A hidden gem in the windy city. Jugrnaut is a dope streetwear shop in the city on their A-game with culture, fashion, and quality threads. If you’re in the South Loop on July 29th pull up for something special 👀"
"Tribe is the go-to spot for live entertainment in the West Loop with a caribbean feel. Soul food influenced menu but they’ve got something for everyone hence their slogan ‘one tribe united through vibes’."
"Can’t go wrong with Caribbean and if you’re near Hyde Park this is where it’s at."
"If you’re feelin blues music and bar-b-que this is the spot. Time and time again named one of the best blues joints by the Chicago Music Awards. Also one of the OG blues bars in Chicago so if you’re in Lincoln Park pull up."
"One of the best spots to catch a show in Chicago and it’s been around forever. Can’t go wrong with this one."
"Amazing selection of new and used physical media (vinyl, CDs, etc) in the city. If you wanna catch a vibe with some new records, you’re gonna’ want to hit up this spot."
"Celebrating black culture and history on the South Side. Learn about significant art featured here that promotes black history, they also have a Cinema program that features black films and exhibitions curated by and in partnership with black artists."
"A Chicago staple for live music, Reggie’s taps in to the local culture and national acts. The roof deck is key."
"If you’re in Wicker Park, Subterranean is a vibe. Great music from both local and national artists. Fun fact this spot used to be a wire room for gambling during the prohibition era."
With eclectic jewelry, art shows, and music events, The Silver Room is an amazing spot. Community, art, and culture intersect here. Founded by the amazing Eric Williams.