Chicago's Hey Champ & DJ Greg Corner Set for Untitled's Labor Day Eve Soiree, 9/1
Untitled will be opening its doors on Labor Day Eve to those looking to celebrate the three-day weekend with eclectic music to dance to throughout the evening.
Chicago rooted five-piece band, Hey Champ, will ignite the crowds as they bring their world-class talents to the main stage at Untitled, celebrating the release of their new single-"On Holiday."
Incorporating disco, house and indie rock vibes, the dynamic duo will put on a show that both fans and new ears alike can bask in as they rock out to their electric sounds.
To kick off the evening, DJ Greg Corner, also Chicago based and having recently entertained the guests at President Obama's 50th birthday at the Aragon Ballroom, will spin a variety of tunes from his independent mixes. After their live performance, the guys from Hey Champ will close out the night with a special DJ set.
About Hey Champ: The collective band was discovered by Lupe Fiasco in the fall of 2008- later taking them on a nation-wide tour. Their music incorporates influences from disco, house and indie rock to the power-pop of Rockford's hometown heroes Cheap Trick and the synth-heavy productions of Giorgio Moroder and Trevor Horn. Their infectious sound has garnered fans and made them blog and radio darlings from Portland to Paris to Porto Alegre.
The party is set for Labor Day Eve, Sunday, September 1, 2013. Doors open at 9:00 p.m. Cost: $10 limited pre-sale tickets available for purchase here or $13 at the door. The soiree will be held at Untitled, 111 West Kinzie Street, Chicago, Ill. Call 312-880-1501 or visit www.untitled-chicago.com for more information.
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