With Another Wave Of COVID-19, Independent Venue Week Is Needed Now More Than Ever

Several local businesses are joining over 100 venues across the U.S. to celebrate the spirit and culture of live music from Oct. 24-30.

With Another Wave Of COVID-19, Independent Venue Week Is Needed Now More Than Ever
In this Friday, April 22, 2016 photo, singer Lissie Maurus plays during a concert at Chicago's Thalia Hall. Independent Venue Week aims to raise funds to help support music venues across the U.S. in need. Martha Irvine / AP Photo
With Another Wave Of COVID-19, Independent Venue Week Is Needed Now More Than Ever
In this Friday, April 22, 2016 photo, singer Lissie Maurus plays during a concert at Chicago's Thalia Hall. Independent Venue Week aims to raise funds to help support music venues across the U.S. in need. Martha Irvine / AP Photo

With Another Wave Of COVID-19, Independent Venue Week Is Needed Now More Than Ever

Several local businesses are joining over 100 venues across the U.S. to celebrate the spirit and culture of live music from Oct. 24-30.

Reset checks in with a local venue owner about the significance of Independent Venue Week this year and how venues are fighting to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.

GUEST: Bruce Finkelman, managing partner of 16” on Center