The list of live musical performances at the House of Music and Entertainment in Arlington Heights continues to grow as Filter is heading to H.O.M.E. Filter is scheduled to be performing live at the House of Music and Entertainment on August 21st with frontrunners Stars in Stereo, Jimi Falls, and Veritae.
Those in attendance will be treated to previously unreleased songs “The Hand That’s Dealt” and “We Hate It When You Get What You Want” from the rock band’s latest album The Sun Comes Out Tonight.
H.O.M.E.’s doors for Filter’s live performance are scheduled to open at 7:00 p.m. with the show to begin at approximately 8:00 p.m. Tickets are still available and can be purchased for $10 in advance or $15 at the door on the day of the show.
Filter was first formed back in 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio with band mates Richard Patrick and Brian Liesegang. In 1994, the duo calling themselves Filter signed with Reprise Records and released their debut album Short Bus, which included their hit single “Hey Man Nice Shot.”
Since the release of their first album, Filter has released five additional records, culminating in June 2013’s The Sun Comes Out Tonight. Current band members along with Patrick include Jonathan Radtke, who Patrick says is “just incredibly talented”, and Tim Kelleher.
Currently Filter is signed with Wind-up Records.
Located at 1227 N Rand Road in Arlington Heights, Illinois, the House of Music and Entertainment has become one of the top locations in the Chicagoland area when it comes to live music and entertainment. Bands, solo artists, cover bands, and DJs both locally and nationally have graced H.O.M.E.’s theater and stage, which features a state-of-the-art sound system.
For all of the most up-to-date information regarding ticket availability and show time for Filter’s performance along with Stars in Stereo, Jimi Falls, and Veritae the House of Music and Entertainment encourages those interested to visit their establishment or contact H.O.M.E.