How to turn a boring, drab place into a hipster-friendly metropolis with an array of hipster hangouts and bars.
Read moreThe new Chicago Music Week, which runs until June 15, is a perfect example of how a new city can thrive on the culture and energy of its locals.
While it might be hard to navigate, the city’s musical heritage is worth preserving and sharing, and the best places to do it are worth visiting.
Here’s what to look for in Chicago, as well as what you can expect at the festival.
Read the full list of Chicago Music Weeks, including all the details, here.
The first step to starting your own hipster community is getting your own bar and club.
It’s simple: If you want to start a venue, you need a bar and you need the right venue.
(It’s also a good idea to get a space that is open 24 hours a day.)
That’s not a bad start.
You can’t be in your own neighborhood and expect to create something unique, but you can still do some good by trying.
If you’re a musician or a music lover, you should consider having your own place to work out your songs, play shows, and hang out.
You could start with a small club, but that’s not the same as creating your own scene.
If you’re just getting started, try setting up a club that’s open 24/7, or open for the whole week.
If a lot of people show up, that’s a sign you’re on the right track.
You might also want to get involved with the citywide music festival scene.
The most important thing you can do is to find a local promoter who’s willing to help you promote and organize your event.
You’ll have to work with local bands to make sure your music is in the best shape, and it’s always best to get the right people involved.
Once you’ve set up your venue, it’s time to get serious about the festival itself.
The Chicago Music Festival is one of the largest music festivals in the world, and many of the best spots for music are in Chicago.
Here are the best Chicago music venues in Chicago to start your festival with.