Event Detail

Motel Breakfast, The Dead Bolts, Pinksqueeze
with Motel Breakfast, The Dead Bolts, Pinksqueeze
Thu February 2, 2023 8:00 pm CST (Doors: 7:00 pm )



+ The Dead Bolts, Pinksqueeze 

A Benefit For Harold Washington Cultural Center. Motel Breakfast brings three nights of music to Chicago's independent venues to celebrate five years as a band. In partnership with the Chicago Independent Venue League (CIVL), these shows will be raising funds for the Harold Washington Cultural Center (HWCC), a community institution in Bronzeville. $1 from each ticket sold will be set aside for the HWCC.

$15 ADV // $18 DOS  // 21+ 

Tickets are required to attend. No Refunds. This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

Motel Breakfast
Motel Breakfast is a Chicago-based indie rock band with strong roots throughout the Midwest. Since forming in 2017, they’ve garnered a devoted fanbase, booking regularly throughout the region and selling out shows in Illinois and Wisconsin. Most recently in August 2022, the band performed a session at the legendary Audiotree studios and headlined a sold-out hometown show at Chicago’s Lincoln Hall (500-capacity room). Their latest single is “MB (as in Modern Baseball),” recorded in Chicago with producer R. Andrew Humphrey (known for his work with Twin Peaks, Calpurnia, and Sun Cop).
The Dead Bolts
Growing up as musicians in their neighborhoods on the South Side of Chicago, Eddie Hennessy (Vocals/Guitar), John Rolence (Vocals/Guitar), Matt Paske (Lead Guitar), James Ryan (Drums), and Tyler Hancock (Bass Guitar) eventually found each other to form The Dead Bolts in the summer of 2018.
PINKSQUEEZE is a queer femme indie rock four piece from Chicago that bring community care and bubbly fun to stages in the windy city. PINKSQUEEZE shows have been described as "like being at a sleepover with friends you just haven't met yet."

Rock out with them as they fumble through their 20s and support each other's mental health during a strange time in the world