CHICAGO — Chicagoland Music Week is kicking off this Thursday, Sept. 16, with the return of a new series of events at the Omni, where the festival has been staging since 2012.
Here are a few of the new features to look out for.
A new, dedicated video studio: The Omni has been home to many great video producers over the years, but there is no video studio like the one inside the Omni.
It has been upgraded with a dedicated video room that will host a dedicated studio.
The new space will be equipped with the same tools that you will find in your video studio.
It will also have a video camera and sound system that will allow you to record and edit your own music videos.
You can even use the video room to record audio.
The Omni has also upgraded the sound system with the addition of a 24-channel subwoofer system that can deliver a huge amount of sound.2.
New events at CMT’s Chicago Studios: Chickasaw Music Festival is a three-day event that takes place at the CMT Chicago Studios on Saturday, Sept 16, through Sunday, Sept 17.
The two days will have live music from local musicians, bands, and dance acts.
It also features a variety of festivals, arts, and food and drink.
The festival will also feature a variety-themed stage that will showcase some of Chicago’s best acts.
This year, it will be the second year for the festival to feature the popular Chicago hip hop act Big Gigantic.3.
Chicago Music Week takes place in two cities, Chicago and Nashville.
Chicago is the home to a multitude of local artists and a thriving indie scene.
In addition, Nashville has had a thriving music scene in the past decade, with a variety (of genres) of bands playing at venues such as the Belly Up in the Loop.
So, with CMT, Chicago Music Weeks will be taking place in both cities.4.
The Chicago Music Festival has been running since 2012 and will return with a new lineup every year.
This fall, the festival will host its second year with the popular, and very popular, Chicagoland hip hop duo Lil Yachty.
Bassnectar’s debut EP, “Ladies in Vogue,” will be released on September 17.
“Lets Be Together” is a powerful debut EP that features collaborations with the likes of Kaskade, P.O.D., and Lil Uzi Vert.
“Fancy,” which features Lil Uzy, is the first track off of the album.6.
Nashville will host the fifth annual Nashville Jazz Festival on Friday, Sept 18.
It is expected to be the biggest festival in the nation this year.
In fact, this year’s lineup is shaping up to be even bigger.
Nashville has hosted music festivals before, but the fifth installment will be its largest to date.
The lineup includes artists such as Bassnectar, Dua Lipa, The Roots, and more.7.
TLC is bringing the festival back for the third year with a two-night series in Las Vegas.
The event takes place on Sunday, September 20 and Sunday, 19, and is the largest outdoor festival in Nevada.
The three-night festival is expected on the Las Vegas Strip from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with music by DJ Tracey Walls, The Chainsmokers, Future, and Skrillex.
The entire festival is scheduled to take place at The Mirage.8.
This is the second consecutive year that TLC will play the Chicago Music Fest.
The last year was in 2015 and TLC performed at the Chicago Jazz Fest.
This time, TLC is putting the spotlight on the festival and will be performing songs from their new album, “Fifty Shades Darker,” on the stage.9.
DJ Snake is back in Chicago.
The Chicago native will headline the 2018 edition of the Chicago Sun-Times Music Festival.
He will perform two songs from his forthcoming album, and will have his signature voice on the front of the festival tent.10.
After a two month hiatus, Chicago will once again host the Chicago Winter Festival.
This event will be held at Chicago’s North Shore Music Park from Jan. 4-6.
It features some of the best artists of the city.
This is the third time in four years that Chicago has hosted the festival.11.
You may have heard that there will be a new wave of artists and performers this year at Chicago Music Workshops.
This summer, Chicago was a major hub for hip hop, R&B, and soul.
This week, Chicago is hosting a new generation of talent.
DJ Dahi, Lil Wayne, Future and DJ Quik will perform at the 2017 festival.
It marks the first time in