Aqueous, Turkuaz, The Motet, And More Rock The Streets Of CHI For Live On Lincoln Day Two [Photos]

first_imgThis past weekend, the inaugural Live On Lincoln took over the 3200 block of N. Lincoln Avenue in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood for a two-day block party featuring some of the most talented live acts on today’s touring circuit. Following performances by Polica, Chicano Batman, Elliot Moss, and more on Saturday, July 1st, funk favorites The Motet and Turkuaz topped out the event’s Sunday lineup, along with rising jam scene stars like Buffalo’s Aqueous and hometown Chicago quartet Mungion. Keeping with the communal atmosphere they cultivated with the event, entry was offered free of charge, with a suggested donation of $10.While notably lower attendance and some sound system issues made the event’s first day a little difficult, most of the issues had been ironed out by Sunday. Despite some PA issues during the Turkuaz set (which they powered through like champs), the second day of the inaugural Live On Lincoln was a resounding success, boasting perfect weather, huge crowds, and generally happy summer street festival vibes, as well as stellar musical performances and collaborations across the day’s musical lineup.Below, you can see some live-shot video clips from Sunday at Live on Lincoln, as well as a beautiful gallery of photos from Mungion, Aqueous, Turkuaz, and The Motet’s sets courtesy of Phierce Photo by Keith G:AqueousMungionTurkuazThe MotetThe Motet with Shira Elias and Sammi Garett of TurkuazWatch live-shot video of Aqueous at Live on Lincoln below:Watch live-shot footage of the Turkuaz vocalists sitting in with The Motet below:[Cover photo via Phierce Photo by Keith G]Aqueous, Turkuaz, Mungion, The Motet | Live On Lincoln (Sunday) | Chicago, IL | 7/2/17 Load remaining imageslast_img

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