Riviera Theatre

4746 N Broadway St
Chicago, IL 60640 United States
+1 773-275-6800
Price : $$ (Moderate)
Capacity : 2500

About Riviera Theatre

Found in Chicago’s historical Uptown theater district, in the junction of Racine, Broadway and Lawrence, the Riviera Theatre (The Riv) is a fundamental section of the Chicago’s past and current.

Finished in 1917 by architects George and C.W. Rapp (Rapp & Rapp), it was constructed like a movie theater for the Balaban & Katz chain. In 1986 the Riviera Theatre was reconstructed as an exclusive club and is popular for hosting concerts and special occasions.

In fact, with a capacity of 2,500 people, the Riviera Theatre has sponsored many of the entertainment industry’s finest artists and performers over the past few decades. Additionally, it is accessible for exclusive functions, making it very good option for an assortment of company events.

What to Expect:

The Riviera Theatre is first and foremost a music venue. As such, it hosts a wide range of live performances from various genres, including but not limited to Pop, Rock, Funk and Folk music.

Past guests have described the Riviera Theatre as a moderately priced establishment with a Divey ambiance. These same folks have described this venue as being very loud, good for groups and great for dancing.

In addition, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights are deemed to be the best nights to venture out to the Riviera Theatre. However, be prepared to park on the street as there is on off-street parking.



More Info

Dress Code: Casual

Website: http://www.rivieratheatre.com






Join the discussion

comments powered by Disqus