Lincoln Hall

2424 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60614‎ United States
+1 773 525-2501
Hours of Operation : Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri: 17:00 - 2:00; Sat: 17:00 - 3:00
Price : $$ (Moderate)
Capacity : 506

About Lincoln Hall

Found at 2424 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park, the structure which contains Lincoln Hall first opened up in 1912 as the Fullerton Theatre, a nickelodeon. Ever since then, the property has encased a garage and machine shop, the Crest Theatre and, not too long ago, the 3 Penny Cinema, which was Chicago’s first and only movie-theatre with a liquor license.

In 2009, Mike and Chris Schuba launched Lincoln Hall as a 600-capacity live music venue in this historic construction.

Open 7 days a week, you will be able to enter the doors of this slice of during the following hours:

Sunday – Friday: 5:00pm – 2:00am

Saturday: 5:00pm – 3:00am

For folks taking advantage of public transportation, Lincoln Hall is within walking distance of the Fullerton Red/Purple/Brown line L train stop, as well as the #74 Fullerton bus stops at Lincoln / Halsted, #8 Halsted bus, and #11 Lincoln bus.

What to Expect:

Folks who have visited Lincoln Hall for a live-concert or DJ performance have described it as having a casual ambiance in the moderate price range. In fact, some online reviewers have expressed that Lincoln Hall actually does not charge enough for the sort of experience that this venue delivers.

Should you venture out to Lincoln Hall, the general consensus is that it can accommodate groups, is great for dancing and has an average noise level. According to past guests, the best nights are Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.



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Dress Code: Club Attire






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