Smiley Tillmon Band featuring Kate Moss at Epiphany Center for The Arts - Second Show Added
The Smiley Tillmon Band is excited to make their first appearance at The Sanctuary at Epiphany Center for The Arts, the self-described "extraordinary new venue one the artsy edge of Chicago's vibrant West Loop”.
The first show at 7:30 pm is sold out, but great tickets are still available for the second show at 9:30 pm. Tickets available through Epiphany Center for The Arts.
Epiphany Center for the Arts (which includes the former Church of the Epiphany at 201 S. Ashland Ave) along with other buildings on its 42,000-square-foot campus, is home to three unique venues — Epiphany Hall, The Sanctuary and The Catacombs — along with a cafe and a courtyard.
Smiley and the band will be performing in The Sanctuary, an intimate space with minimal seating for a socially-distanced night of fun in a historic cabaret-style venue with 25-foot vaulted ceilings and exposed trusses with extraordinary acoustics, ideal for an enjoyable listening experience.
The Mission of Epiphany Center for The Arts: To instill an artistic, cultural experience in all patrons who cross our threshold with the hope that each will be inspired to realize their own Epiphany. – DL Chase
According to their website, Epiphany Center for The Arts supports and encourages the re-introduction of live entertainment in 2021 and has developed stringent COVID-Safe protocols that each guest, staff and artist must adhere too. Taking these measures seriously will ensure the safety and comfort for all to enjoy live performances in “The Sanctuary”.
Tickets are sold by the table with two guests per table and includes 2 drinks per guest (choice of beer, wine or non-alcoholic beverage). Additional drinks and snacks are available for separate purchase.
Thanks to Roz Varon at ABC7 for her Festival Friday shout-out about the show!
Keep up to date on Smiley Tillmon Band gigs on Bands In Town.