$10 Silent Film DOUBLE FEATURE Night – Saturday Afternoon AND Soldier Man

Saturday Afternoon – Henpecked husband Harry is coerced by a good time pal to go on a clandestine double date. Of course, no good will come of this, as they encounter streetwalkers, bumpy roads, and a couple of toughs previously jilted by their dates.

Soldier Man – After the armistice, one U.S. soldier remains unaccounted for: he’s wandering the fields of Bomania, hungry, thinking the war is still on. (He was in a German prison camp, escaping while his captors celebrated the Great War’s end.) Turns out, he’s the spitting image of Bomania’s King Strudel. The prime minister wants Strudel to sign a peace treaty ending civil war with a cousin. Bomania’s General Von Snootzer wants the war to continue, so he contrives to derail the treaty. Strudel is a drunk, his queen hates him. Into the mix stumbles our dough boy. If he can pass for the king, maybe the treaty can continue

Live accompaniment provided by Chicagoland’s premiere organist Jay Warren!

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Vixen with special guest Liliac

Vixen. The all-female hard rock band from the 80’s. Best known for their hit, “Edge of a Broken Heart”, “Cryin”, and “Love Made Me”.   Over a million albums sold, 6 #1 hits on MTV, 4 songs on Billboard’s Top 100.

Liliac is a 5-piece Los Angeles-based, family Rock/Metal band, has sparked the world by storm. This female-fronted band consisting of all siblings’ ages 12-21 has brought a unique and fresh sound they call “Vamp Metal”. With their youth, passion and hard work, you will hear more about them because they are here to impact the world!!!

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Go Now! The Music of the Moody Blues

For more than 25 years, Gordon Marshall was the epic drummer for THE MOODY BLUES, the 14x platinum-selling Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famers (who sold more than 70 million albums) performing timeless hits like “Nights in White Satin,” “Tuesday Afternoon,” and “The Story in Your Eyes”!  When the Moodies retired from touring in 2018, Marshall, together with a supergroup of fellow British music veterans, formed GO NOW! (named for The Moody Blues’ first ever hit single) to tour the globe performing the legendary music of The Moody Blues…like only a true “Moodie” could. 

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