Joe's Bar in River North is kicking off Mardi Gras week with its Beads & Brews party on Feb. 9. The sports bar's party includes live music by Sorry for Partying and DJ Silver.
"Come out and join our kickoff party. You will have a fabulous time," Jessica Maggiore, manager of Joe's Bar, said.
Local band Sorry for Partying is a high-energy, five-piece band that will have the crowd on their feet and dancing from the very first note to the last. With a set list covering more than six decades of music and all types of genres, everyone will be singing along with every song. More information about Sorry for Partying is available at www.sorryforpartyingmusic.com.
Currently touring with famous country super stars, DJ Silver has been a top-touring DJ, remixer and producer for more than 10 years, and has played in premier venues in virtually every major market in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. His high-energy performances get the crowds moving, whether it is in stadiums paving the way for each new act, or at top clubs and parties throughout North America. As a highly sought after crowd-pleaser, DJ Silver has energized large and high-profile events and parties, including the Coca-Cola Beach Party & Louie's Backyard Spring Break events, L.A. X-Games, MTV Music Awards after parties, Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs), and Country Music Awards (CMAs) after parties.
To purchase tickets for Beads & Brews, go to www.ticketweb.com or visit Joe's box office.
For more information about Joe's Bar, view the sports bar on the Web at www.joesbar.com or call 312-337-3486. Joe's Bar is located at 940 W. Weed St. in Chicago.
About Joe's Bar
Joe's Bar is a 20,000-square-foot, warehouse-style venue located near Lincoln Park in Chicago. Joe's Bar specializes in sports, country music and private parties. The sports bar features five party rooms, including a large outdoor patio. Each room offers its own unique environment.
With more than 110 plasma TVs and high-definition projector screens, Joe's is sure to have any game on TV! It is host to 14 different college alumni groups, such as the Fighting Illini, the Indiana Hoosiers and the Georgia Bulldogs. There is no better or bigger place in Chicago to catch all the NFL, NCAA, NBA or NHL action. With 14 satellites, it can show all the games at the same time.