Thalia Hall Mixes Past and Present in Chicago’s Concert Scene

May 25, 2014

Thalia Hall

Thalia Hall, the newest music venue to grab the attention of Chicago’s music lovers, has old roots, serving as a community and cultural hub from it was first opened in the Pilsen neighborhood in the 1890s through the 1960s when its doors were closed. Over the last decade or so, Pilsen’s reputation has turned from a relatively quiet, family neighborhood to one of the city’s brightest hotspots for creative arts,¬†emerging business, and restaurants, but until now it lacked any sizable concert venue akin to Northside theaters such as the Metro, the Riviera, or the Vic.

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