After monitoring weather forecasts for several days, we expect
this concert’s original date to be impacted by cold temperatures and rain.
Our best course of action is to reschedule the concert to the rain date:
Friday, October 02 at 7pm.
If you ARE able to attend,
no further action is required.
We look forward to seeing you on Friday.
If you are NOT able to attend,
please call the box office at 847-673-6300 and kindly let us know.
Wed, 09/30 – until 5pm
Thu, 10/01 – 12pm-7pm
We appreciate your understanding
and apologize for any inconvenience.
Becomes Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Rain Date: Fri, 10/02
(there is a 2 ticket minimum for this performance)
“I have seen the future of rock ‘n’ roll,
and its’ name is Tributosaurus.”
Tributosaurus strives to do for rock and roll what a symphony orchestra does for classical: treat the music with the respect it deserves and deliver it to a listener’s ear in glorious detail. They accomplish this goal by utilizing the finest musicians Chicagoland has to offer, and by cutting no corners.
The members of Tributosaurus are musical anthropologists. As songs are excavated, dissected, and reconstituted, they replicate the original with proper reverence. They aren’t a tribute band—they’re every tribute band. There are no costumes and there is no make-up, because with Tributosaurus, the music is the star.
An outspoken and influential force in American politics and popular culture, CSNY was a super-group comprised of members from popular bands, The Byrds, The Hollies and Buffalo Springfield. With CSNY’s cool grooves, psychedelic splashes and all their signature tight harmonies, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young has been one of the favorite acts for Tributosaurus to cover.
The band is comprised of five core members (Dan Leali, Curt Morrison, Chris Neville, Jon Paul, and Matt Spiegel), who are joined by artists with credits too numerous to mention. Tributosaurus has sold out shows all over Chicago, and their gigs are an event. Fans commune with the musicians, paying homage to songs that made us all fall in love with music in the first place.
Part of the
Out Back Summer Sessions
Outdoor Concerts at the North Shore Center