Carnivale April Live Music Schedule

This April, Carnivale will take its vibrant bar scene to the next level with a full schedule of live music featuring some of Chicago’s most renowned Latin bands.  Every Wednesday from 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM, guests will enjoy live music and entertainment as they indulge in Carnivale’s soulful Latino cuisine and refreshing libations.  Admission is free (full schedule available below).

As a pre-music bonus, guests are invited to join Carnivale on Wednesday, April 13 as the Carnivale University Spring Quarter begins with a Salsa 101 Dance Class from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.  For $25 per person, students are invited to learn dance steps from Cuba, Puerto Rico and New York.  Latin nightlife moves will be taught by Latin Street Dancing Directors Andres and Touba.  No partner is required and the dance lesson will include a complimentary Mojito, Guacamole and Chips.  Reservations Required.  Call (312) 850-5005.

In addition, skilled composer and trombonist and 2004 Grammy Nominee Angel Melendez along with his quartet will perform on Wednesday, April 13 and 27.  Having played some of the great Chicago venues including The Chicago Symphony Center, Millennium Park’s Pritzker Pavilion, The House of Blues and The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, Angel Melendez has grown to become one of the most recognized Latin musicians in Chicago.

APRIL MUSIC SCHEDULE:
Wednesdays
: 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM
4/6: William Gomez Con Cache
4/13: Angel Melendez Quartet 
4/20: William Gomez Con Cache
4/27: Angel Melendez Quartet

All bands provided by Latin Street Dancing.  For more information on the bands, please visit http://www.LatinStreetBands.com

CARNIVALE
702 W. Fulton St.
Chicago, IL 60661
312-850-5005
www.carnivalechicago.com

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