Summer Concert Series • Day 2 •
Wedding Banned & Think Floyd (hear them below)
► DATE: July 17, 2021, Saturday • SHOW TIME: 6pm-10pm
► FULL SCHEDULE BELOW
• Copernicus Center Gates Open: 5 pm ~ All ages welcome
▲ Day Ticket: $10
▲ Full Series Pass
• 3 years & under free
• chairs provided
▲ Join Event
The Copernicus Foundation is happy to announce its 2021 8-week Outdoor Summer Concert Series. Beginning Saturday July 10th music lovers of all ages can come enjoy live bands at the Copernicus Center in Jefferson Park. There is no better way to enjoy your summer nights than under the stars, with your favorite bands and local kitchen. Rain or shine, our campus will be waiting to welcome you back to the summer Chicago has missed so much.
Our full bar and kitchen will be ready to serve you under the lights as you bop to your favorite tunes. Only at the Copernicus Center July 10th – August 28th, 2021. Doors open 5pm.
Only $10 Day Ticket, or FULL Concert Series Pass for $49.
This event will follow CDC guidelines as well as city ordinances.
Summer Concert Series → Full Schedule
July 10, 2021 – 6pm, Modern Day Romeos • 8pm, Queen Explosion
July 17, 2021 – 6pm, Wedding Banned • 8pm, Think Floyd
July 24, 2021 – 6pm, Rico • 8pm, 7th Heaven
July 31, 2021 – We’re taking a break for JEFF FEST
August 7, 2021 – 6pm, Rok Brigade • 8pm, The Atomic Punks
August 14, 2021 – 6pm, Breakfast Club • 8pm, Tributosaurus becomes Rolling Stones
August 21, 2021 – 6pm, Semple • 8pm, Heroes – David Bowie Tribute Band
August 28, 2021 – 6pm Lance Lipinsky and the Lovers • 8pm, Trippin Billies
Summer Concert Series – Day 2 Bands
Wedding Banned – 6 pm
Wedding Banned from their hometown of Gas City, IN were known for being too wild, Wedding Banned relocated and the legend began. Dubbed the “World’s Greatest Wedding Band” this interactive group plays tons of rad 80’s music and guilty pleasures, you and your friends love (whether they admit it or not!). The night begins with a random couple getting married on stage (at most shows). What follows the wedding? THE PARTY! (or as your grandparents call it, the “reception.”) CBS Chicago selected Wedding Banned as the “Best Wedding Band in Chicago.” Wedding Banned has been featured on WGN Morning News, WCIU’s The Jam, FOX32 Good Morning Chicago and performed over 100 shows per year at weddings, festivals, corporate events, venues and private parties.
Skip the ceremony and start the PARTY with Wedding Banned! Website ~ Facebook ~ Instagram
Think Floyd USA – 8 pm
Think Floyd USA celebrates the music of Pink Floyd with a full-production tribute performance that showcases an energetic and phenomenally gifted cast alongside mesmerizing lights and video. Featuring nine passionate musicians and vocalists, Think Floyd USA includes several dedicated founding members who began the journey together in 2004. Satisfying both those who love the major hits like “Wish You Were Here” and fans craving deep cuts like “Astronomy Domine,” Think Floyd USA hits the stage with passion and joy, and often performs albums in their entirety. Think Floyd USA’s philosophy is to practice so thoroughly that the music becomes second nature, allowing the performers to deliver an unforgettable experience to the audience, which often includes beloved fans who have seen the show time and again (and whom the performers know by name and enjoy talking with after the show).
Deemed “absolutely amazing…the best Pink Floyd tribute anywhere” by Full Throttle Magazine and Best Tribute Band by Chicago’s Metromix fans, Think Floyd USA has been featured in Singers & Musicians Magazine, which said, “You don’t have to close your eyes to believe TFUSA is the real thing!” Think Floyd USA tours regionally throughout the Midwest and the Chicagoland area and has performed at a wide variety of venues including Park West in Chicago, the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa; and the Sandstone Amphitheater in Kansas City, Kansas. Additionally, Think Floyd USA was the featured performance on a Pink Floyd-themed Carnival Cruise to the Bahamas. And, after enthusiastic responses from audiences at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, where Think Floyd USA has opened for Dickey Betts, Toto, The Zombies and many others. Think Floyd USA became the first-ever tribute act to headline the BMO Harris Classic Rock Stage for two consecutive years at Summerfest, called the world’s largest music festival. Website ~ Facebook
Event Producer: Copernicus Foundation (about our nonprofit)
Contact Info: 773-313-9145 or [email protected]
Event Sponsors & Underwriters:
AMITA Health • Chitkowski Law Office • Lakeshore Beverage • Jack Daniel’s • Partida Tequila • Zatecky Beer • Zubr Beer • 312 Beer • Michelob Ultra Beer • Bud Light Seltzer • Chicago Metal Supply • Wawel Construction • Troy Management • PR Computer Service • King Foreman Insurance • Evolve Financial • Re-Medispa • Irish American News • Card Kaboom
Copernicus Center Event Patrons:
“An inherent risk of exposure to COVID exists in any place where people gather. COVID is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. You assume all risks, hazards, and dangers arising from or relating in any way to the risk of contracting COVID or any other communicable disease or illness, or a virus, bacteria, or other pathogen capable of causing a communicable disease or illness, while attending the event or otherwise utilizing Copernicus Foundation’s services and/or entering onto its premises, whether occurring before, during, or after the event. You further voluntarily release and waive all claims and potential claims against etix, Copernicus Foundation and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, sponsors, successors and assigns and their respective officers, employees, contractors, consultants and agents, Event Organizers, the Venue, the Presenter, the Event, the Event Producers, and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, sponsors, successors and assigns and their respective officers, employees, contractors, consultants and agents, in connection with exposure, infection, and/or spread of COVID or another communicable disease or illness, bacteria, virus, or pathogen related to your attendance at the event and/or utilization of Copernicus Foundation’s services and premises. We reserve the right to unilaterally make changes to health protocols according to updated public health guidance and law. By continuing, you agree to these terms.”
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