Local H

Fri Dec 31 2021

10:00 PM (Doors 9:00 PM)

Beat Kitchen

2100 West Belmont Chicago, IL 60618

Ages 21+

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VACCINE REQUIREMENT POLICY:
Starting Wednesday, December 1st, Beat Kitchen & Subterranean will require proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 for all staff, patrons and performers. The final dose of vaccination must be no less than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of vaccination may include a physical copy of your vaccination card or a digital photo / photocopy of your card and must match the name on your government-issued photo ID. Negative tests will no longer be accepted for entry. Additionally, per current guidance from the city of Chicago, masks will be required indoors except while actively eating or drinking. Please email info@subt.net / info@beatkitchen.com with any questions. 

We remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all performers, staff and patrons and thank you for your support. 

Kickstand Productions Presents:
Local H

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  • Local H

    Local H

    Alternative Rock

    Local H, the iconic alt-rock duo known for their blistering live shows and pioneering the two-
    piece band set-up is at the top of their game more than two decades after they first burst onto the
    music scene. Frontman Scott Lucas, who covers both guitar and bass (through an extra pick up in
    his guitar), and drummer Ryan Harding have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, buoyed by
    global touring along with the release of some of their most critically acclaimed work to date.     
    Local H’s first major release was 1995’s Ham Fisted, but it was their follow up album As Good
    As Dead that positioned the band as one of the elites in what was a groundbreaking decade for
    rock music.  With multiple radio hits on the album, “Bound For The Floor” emerged as a
    generational anthem and remains a staple on playlists around the country over two decades later.
    Their widely praised 1998 concept album Pack Up the Cats, produced by the legendary Roy
    Thomas Baker solidified Local H as a leader in the genre and the albums that followed were
    reflective of not only the band’s definitive character but as well their relentless effort to give
    their audience as much of themselves as possible.  While recipients of numerous accolades over
    the years, Local H has always kept the focus on their fans, which can be seen by the awe-inspiring
    and often times daunting tour schedule the band has kept up year after year. 
    The last three years have seen a multitude of releases from the band in various forms.  In 2015,
    Local H celebrated the 25th anniversary of their first show and released a career-spanning coffee
    table book, “Local H: Twenty-Five Years of Skin In The Game”. That same year they released
    Hey, Killer, their eighth full-length studio album, to near-unanimous acclaim. In 2016 the band
    celebrated the 20th anniversary of the release of As Good As Dead with a successful three-month
    national headline tour (partnered with their first live Blu-Ray DVD, “Straight Outta Zion”, shot
    at the Metro in Chicago during a weekend of sold-out shows).  
    2017 was perhaps Local H’s busiest year yet, as the band continued to tour extensively not only
    as headliners but on hugely successful tours with The Toadies and Helmet and —perhaps most
    exciting of all— career highlight performances on Metallica's sold-out stadium tour. The band
    also found time to publish another book “The Last Picture Book Outta Zion or: How We Learned
    To Stop Worrying About Cell Phones And Love The Photos Of John Oakes”, an intimate behind
    the scenes portrait of the band shot by photographer John Oakes.

    2018 shows no sign of slowing down. In February, Local H released their second live record —
    the ferocious Live In Europe— to coincide with their second European tour in the space of a
    year. A new single produced by Ken Andrews of Failure, simply titled “Innocents”, is being
    released to digital platforms to coincide with the band joining the Summerland Tour with
    Everclear and Marcy Playground this May.
Kickstand Productions Presents:

Local H

Fri Dec 31 2021 10:00 PM

(Doors 9:00 PM)

Beat Kitchen Chicago IL
Local H
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Please check back later.

Ages 21+

VACCINE REQUIREMENT POLICY:
Starting Wednesday, December 1st, Beat Kitchen & Subterranean will require proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 for all staff, patrons and performers. The final dose of vaccination must be no less than 14 days prior to the event. Proof of vaccination may include a physical copy of your vaccination card or a digital photo / photocopy of your card and must match the name on your government-issued photo ID. Negative tests will no longer be accepted for entry. Additionally, per current guidance from the city of Chicago, masks will be required indoors except while actively eating or drinking. Please email info@subt.net / info@beatkitchen.com with any questions. 

We remain committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all performers, staff and patrons and thank you for your support. 
Local H

Local H

Alternative Rock

Local H, the iconic alt-rock duo known for their blistering live shows and pioneering the two-
piece band set-up is at the top of their game more than two decades after they first burst onto the
music scene. Frontman Scott Lucas, who covers both guitar and bass (through an extra pick up in
his guitar), and drummer Ryan Harding have enjoyed a resurgence in recent years, buoyed by
global touring along with the release of some of their most critically acclaimed work to date.     
Local H’s first major release was 1995’s Ham Fisted, but it was their follow up album As Good
As Dead that positioned the band as one of the elites in what was a groundbreaking decade for
rock music.  With multiple radio hits on the album, “Bound For The Floor” emerged as a
generational anthem and remains a staple on playlists around the country over two decades later.
Their widely praised 1998 concept album Pack Up the Cats, produced by the legendary Roy
Thomas Baker solidified Local H as a leader in the genre and the albums that followed were
reflective of not only the band’s definitive character but as well their relentless effort to give
their audience as much of themselves as possible.  While recipients of numerous accolades over
the years, Local H has always kept the focus on their fans, which can be seen by the awe-inspiring
and often times daunting tour schedule the band has kept up year after year. 
The last three years have seen a multitude of releases from the band in various forms.  In 2015,
Local H celebrated the 25th anniversary of their first show and released a career-spanning coffee
table book, “Local H: Twenty-Five Years of Skin In The Game”. That same year they released
Hey, Killer, their eighth full-length studio album, to near-unanimous acclaim. In 2016 the band
celebrated the 20th anniversary of the release of As Good As Dead with a successful three-month
national headline tour (partnered with their first live Blu-Ray DVD, “Straight Outta Zion”, shot
at the Metro in Chicago during a weekend of sold-out shows).  
2017 was perhaps Local H’s busiest year yet, as the band continued to tour extensively not only
as headliners but on hugely successful tours with The Toadies and Helmet and —perhaps most
exciting of all— career highlight performances on Metallica's sold-out stadium tour. The band
also found time to publish another book “The Last Picture Book Outta Zion or: How We Learned
To Stop Worrying About Cell Phones And Love The Photos Of John Oakes”, an intimate behind
the scenes portrait of the band shot by photographer John Oakes.

2018 shows no sign of slowing down. In February, Local H released their second live record —
the ferocious Live In Europe— to coincide with their second European tour in the space of a
year. A new single produced by Ken Andrews of Failure, simply titled “Innocents”, is being
released to digital platforms to coincide with the band joining the Summerland Tour with
Everclear and Marcy Playground this May.