Check out our Tales from the Riverbank Series on Sunday evenings!

Next performance: September 17 at 7:30pm


Tales From The Riverbank is a new series which features storytellers of different mediums.  Given that this is the Year of Public Art in Chicago, throughout this series we want to showcase some of the incredibly talented artists who call Chicago home and who represent the rich cultural diversity of the city.  

featured performers:  

September 17

E'mon Lauren and Maceo Hayme


Emon Lauren is from the South Side of Chicago. She is a Scorpio enthusiast and a firm believer in Dorthy Dandridge reincarnation. E’mon uses poetry and playwriting to explore a philosophy of hood womanism. She was named Chicago’s first Youth Poet Laureate. A former Kuumba Lynx Performance Ensemble slam team member and Louder Than a Bomb champion, E’mon has performed in many venues including The Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Festival and The Chicago Hip Hop Theatre Fest. She was a 2016 finalist for The Gwendolyn Brooks Open Mic Award. E’mon has been published in The BreakBeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip-Hop, The Down Dirty Word, and elsewhere. She has been featured in Chicago Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, and on WGN Radio. She is a member of Young Chicago Authors Teaching Artist Corps.

E'mon Lauren

E'mon Lauren

Maceo Hayme

Maceo Hayme





Aug 20 - Glass Mountain

Aug 27 - Harold Green

Sept 17 - E'mon Lauren and Maceo Hayme


Singers of Songs Series every Monday and Wednesday featuring Dave Hiltebrand!

Show starts at 6:00pm


Lincoln Square’s Tiny Lounge brings its signature craft cocktail concept Tiny Tapp to Chicago’s beautiful Riverwalk. Visit our new Cafe featuring Chicago's finest locally roasted beans, as well as, a selection of freshly baked pastries and Homer's Gourmet Ice Cream.  Join us on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-8pm for our “Singers of Songs” live performance series hosted by Dave Hiltebrand.  




55 W. Riverwalk South

Tiny Tapp & Cafe is located on the south bank of the river between the Clark and Dearborn street bridges




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