This will quickly become "the place to be for Blues" as it re opens in a couple weeks after closing down most thought "for good" a decade ago. An opening that runs with the world renowned Chicago Blues Fest in June as well.Blues lovers in Chicago have something to be excited about as Buddy Guy’s famous club "Legends" finally has a new place to call home after a decade.The official opening date has yet to be announced because the place is up for inspection next week. The 73-year-old owner and Grammy award winner expects to be up and running soon after, reported the Chicago Tribune.The opening will hopefully be just in time for Chicago’s Blues Fest in Grant Park on June 11-13."I do worry about the blues; you look around and there used to be hundreds of blues clubs in Chicago, now there are only a few," Guy told the Tribune. "So this new place is going to be a great space for music, but I can see why some people see it as a blues museum too. more at NBC5 News
At least they're planning it that way.
Should be a fun place as anything can be downtown nowadays with all the costs involved before you walk in the door of these clubs but it won't have a problem filling up on weekends.