City Winery hosts Labor Day 'Bubbly Q'

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Holy Ghost Tent Revival. Photo by Doug Seymour

City Winery’s outdoor 5,000-square-foot wine garden (1200 W. Randolph) is the setting for the 2nd annual Americana-themed Labor Day Bubbly-Q, from 2 to 9 p.m. Sept. 2. The $10 admission includes entertainment and a special red, white and blue limited-edition split of Chandon. A variety of barbeque dishes, prepared from the patio pig roast, will be available at extra charge.

The live music (indoors and out) lineup includes Holy Ghost Tent Revival, (Dixieland/ragtime/folk); Charlie Parr (folk blues and traditional spirituals); the Hoyle Brothers (country); and Adam Lee (country, retro honky-tonk).

For tickets, call (312) 733-WINE (9463) or visit citywinery.com/chicago. —Miriam Di Nunzio

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