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Chicago Bear Greg Olsen will host his second annual Shake the Lake Music Festival at Joe’s Bar, May 27.

Grammy Award winning artist Darius Rucker, known for country radio hits like “Alright” , “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It” and his time as Hootie and the Blowfish front-man, will join up-and-coming artists Matt Kennon and Lewis Copeland on the musical lineup for the Receptions for Research benefit.  Chicago’s own Ramblin’ Ray of US 99 will emcee the evening, with proceeds from ticket sales to benefit the Lynn Sage Foundation.

“Receptions for Research” The Greg Olsen Foundation was established in 2009 to provide hospitals, doctors and researchers the necessary resources to save those affected with cancer. It collaborates and partners with other organizations to help find a cure for cancers. The Lynn Sage Foundation, established by the family of Lynn Sage, is committed to the discovery of a cure for breast cancer and has partnered with the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, a nationally recognized leader in breast cancer care, education and research.

Tickets for the event will start at $150 (for a limited time) and include an open bar package from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. and passed appetizers. The concert begins at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available at or at Joe’s, (cash only) 940 W. Weed St.


Receptions for Research featuring Darius Rucker, Matt Kennon and Lewis Copeland

WHEN: Thurs, May 27 – 8:30PM

WHERE: Joe’s Bar – 940 W. Weed St, Chicago (21+)

TICKETS: $150 – Ticketmaster and the Joe’s Bar box office (Cash Only)

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