Avondale Music Hall is the latest venue on the rise in Chicago, attracting music lovers from all over the city. The venue is located at 3336 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, and has a state-of-the-art sound system and lighting, making it an ideal venue for live performances.
Tomorrow night, the legendary punk rock band Black Flag will be playing at Avondale Music Hall. As described on the Facebook event page, Black Flag will be playing two sets without any opening bands to support, and will be performing the album “My War”, as well as their greatest hits. Tickets for tomorrow’s show, are currently available at etix.com.
Black Flag at Avondale Music Hall
- Date: Friday, April 14th, 2023
- Time: Doors open at 6:00p, show starts at 7:00p
- Ages: 17 and over
- Ticket Prices: $42 General Admission
- Organized By: One Eleven Productions and Last Rites
Avondale Music Hall: Location and Accessibility
Located at 3336 N Milwaukee Ave. – Chicago, IL in the Avondale neighborhood, Avondale Music Hall is easily accessible by public transportation and car. It’s just a few blocks away from the Belmont and Kimball bus lines, and the Addison Blue Line station is less than a mile away. For those driving, there is street parking available in the surrounding area.
After Show at LiveWire Lounge
LiveWire Lounge is hosting a free party after the Black Flag show. The event is free and features a couple of Chicago’s best punk bands, The Evictions and Shitizen. Getting to the after show is just a short walk from Avondale Music Hall, as LiveWire Lounge located on the same strip at 3394 N Milwaukee Ave.
For info on after show, visit the Facebook event page.
History of Black Flag
Black Flag is an American punk rock band formed in 1976 by guitarist Greg Ginn. Over the years, the band has gone through numerous lineup changes, with Ginn being the only constant member. Black Flag is known for its aggressive and uncompromising sound, as well as its politically charged lyrics. The band has released several influential albums, including “Damaged” and “My War,” and has been cited as a major influence on the punk and hardcore genres.
Featured Photo via Facebook Event Page