2/10 Day with Liquid Soul at 210 Restaurant & Music Lounge

February 10, 2018 (Sat) from 7:00 PM - 12:30 AM

210 Restaurant & Music Lounge
210 Greenbay Road
Highwood, IL 60040

View Map   |   847-433-0304

Cost: No Cover; Purchase Food and Drink

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Entertainment     Food     Music    
210 is COMING OUT as a MUSIC VENUE and we invite YOU to CELEBRATE with us!!! 
FREE! NO COVER! Get your FREE tickets NOW! Limited first-come first-serve seating. Tickets valid until 7:30PM, then opening to public.
Enjoy the phenomenal LIQUID SOUL and MORE!
$2.10 draft beers from 5-6 PM and $7 "Liquid Soul"s ALL NIGHT!!!
Featuring Fine Mardi Gras NOLA Fare including Gumbo, Red Beans and Rice, Shrimp Jambalaya, Shrimp Po' Boys, PLUS Bahama Mamas and Hurricane Specials!

“Liquid Soul sweeps the mold and mildew out of jazz-funk and breathes it back to glorious life.” -Down Beat Magazine
“ Funky…electrically charged…inventive.” -The New York Times
“Liquid Soul is the tightest and funkiest outfit in America.” -San Francisco Chronicle
“It’s not often that the sheer exuberance of a band makes you forget about figuring out what genre they belong in and just get up and dance. But that’s what Chicago’s Liquid Soul does.” -USA Today
“The rabid enthusiasm clearly projected by the jamming musicians is infectious. Alone or at a club your feet will move.” -Sammy Younan, All Music Guide
“The crew [Liquid Soul] leaps between styles faster than a bullet train zipping through neighborhoods, jumping from a James Brown vamp to gutbucket blues to Latin Groove to Parliament-ary acrobatics with nary a blink…” -Deborah Orr, CMJ New Music Report
“A fiery, danceable mix of jazz, hip-hop, and hard-core funk…tight hornwork, high energy, deep grooves and abounding musicianship.” -Nancy Lee, Jazz Times
“A textbook study of merging sharp technical chops with loose freestyling…” -Larry Flick, Billboard
“Hot out of Chicago with a blistering but good-natured mix of funk and hip-hop with improvisation…[Liquid Soul] does it with verve and charm and real chops.” -Gene Santoro, New York Daily News
“…high voltage Chi-town jazz with funk, rock, heavy metal, hip-hop, avant garde, and world music energy…[a] rolling mix of brilliant musicianship and galloping beats.” -Dan Ouelletee, San Francisco Chronicle
“Steady-grooving funk.” -The New York Times