Red Bull further proves it owns November in Chicago with its third annual festival in Chicago. After the inaugural festival in 2017, 30 Days In Chicago, that included acts like Migos and Khalid, and 2018, which included a G.O.O.D. music showcase, Red Bull is back again. Showing their commitment to highlighting Chicago music, acts include Saba & Pivot and Zero Fatigue. I first discovered Smino at a Red Bull event, so I definitely grabbed tickets for this show. I think the highlight of the festival is Lupe Fiasco playing his debut album, Food & Liquor, in its entirety in his hometown.
What is also great about Red Bull shows is that they tend to be low prices with tickets averaging $20 to $30.
You can buy tickets here.