Mucca Pazza is throwing a Halloween Rumpus at the Logan Square Auditorium in Chicago and we don't want to see you there. We do of course want to see your costume and guess that it's really you. Not required, absolutely advised, you might want to start thinking about your uniform, we mean costume, early. You have until Friday, October 28. Fellow Chicagoians Santah kick off the evening with a set of hook-laden pop gems.
Logan Square x Palmer Square = Mucca Pazza4
be there and/or be square
See Mucca live on July 9th, when Tour de Fat, New Belgium Brewing's traveling celebration of all things bicycle, rolls through Chicago's Palmer Square neighborhood.
Join the masses at Palmer Square Park for a costumed bike parade, live music, a 1,000 Person Dance Contest (to win a bike!) a Slow Ride competition (how slow can you go?) and more.
10:00 am - Ride Registration
11:00 am - Bike Ride
12:00 pm - Fashion Showdown
12:30 pm - Slow Ride
1:00 pm – Mucca Pazza
2:10 pm - The Bike is Right! Game show to win a 2016 New Belgium bike!
3:00 pm - Car For Bike Trade
3:40 pm – Dr. Dog
5:00 pm - Adios Amigos!
The event is FREE with proceeds from beer sales go to local non-profits.
We’ll see you soon for bikes, beer and bemusement!
For a limited time, we are offering SIGNED LPs and CDs in our merch store! All titles purchased between November 30th and December 20th will be personalized by members of Mucca Pazza and each order will receive a special gift. Go ahead, peruse the selection over yonder.
We proudly present: a brand new Mucca Pazza music video! "Sit Down Waltz" was filmed on location at the glorious Ragdale Foundation as part of Ronnie's 3Arts Residency Fellowship, directed by Chris Hefner, featuring Vanessa Valliere's choreography danced by the illustrious Mucca Pazza Cheerleaders Themselves! "Sit Down Waltz" appears on our latest album L.Y.A. which is available now on LP, CD and MP3 in our webstore.
Mucca Pazza is thrilled to be a part of the 606 & Bloomingdale Trail Opening Day Festivities! We are partnering with Opera-Matic and Bateria Quilombola & helping lead two of the many participatory trail-top processions that will be occurring throughout the day. Tell your friends, bring the kids, and join the parade! Here's the details:
11:30am: meet up at Park 567 (just north of the trail at Milwaukee and Leavitt) where Opera-Matic Makers will help you create your very own flag, and Opera-Matic Movers will help you brush up on your flag corps moves!
12:30pm: Let that freak flag fly! Join the community parade and follow Mucca Pazza up the long and winding ramp to the 606, then march east along the trail with us towards Walsh Park! Along the way we will encounter Bateria Quilombolo and more flag-waving friends.
Take a rest, eat a snack, drink some water, reapply your sunscreen, and then... DO IT ALL AGAIN!!!
2:30pm: meet up at Humboldt and Bloomingdale, just north of the trail, where Opera-Matic Makers will help you create your very own flag, if you don't already have one, and Opera-Matic Movers will help you brush up on your flag corps moves!
3:30pm: Let that freak flag fly! Join the community parade and follow Mucca Pazza up the straight and narrow ramp to the 606, then march east along the trail with us back towards Park 567! Along the way we will (once again) encounter Bateria Quilombolo (are those guys following us?!) and more flag-waving friends. Hooray!
The 606 takes Chicago’s legacy of great parks to new heights. The 606 has the elevated 2.7-mile Bloomingdale Trail as its centerpiece; when fully built out, the trail will be connected to six neighborhood parks at ground level, a wheel-friendly event plaza, an observatory, art installations, educational programming and other amenities. Set above city streets, it’s a new way to explore Chicago on trails for biking, running and strolling. The 606 also connects parks, people, and communities; what once physically separated four neighborhoods now will knit them together and attract visitors from throughout Chicago and beyond. Imaging block after block of uninterrupted trails. Kids will learn to ride their bikes up here, commuters will find a new shortcut to work, and neighbors will make new friends. The 606 will change what it means to go to the park. The 606 runs along Bloomingdale Avenue (1800N) on Chicago’s northwest side, and is a partnership between the City of Chicago, The Chicago Park District and not-for-profit The Trust for Public Land.