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We are located at 3734 W. Belmont Ave. in Chicago’s Avondale neighborhood. We are near the intersection of N. Milwaukee Ave. and Belmont, just a short walk west of the Belmont blue line station.


THU – FRI: 6PM – 2AM

SAT: 6PM – 3AM


Yes and yes. Sleeping Village is 21+, without exception. A valid, government-issued ID is required to enter the premises.

Our front bar area and patio have a mix of chairs, stools, picnic tables, and booths. Our event space is standing room only; however, we are happy to make accommodations for guests with limited mobility or other impairments. If you are attending an upcoming event and would like to request seating please email [email protected]​sleeping-​village.​com.

Sleeping Village is an ADA compliant bar and music venue with accessible seating, restrooms, and indoor and outdoor spaces. We provide limited reserved areas for wheelchair access and companion seating with unobstructed views of our stage. For any specific accessibility questions or concerns, please contact us at [email protected]

We do not have dedicated parking on site for patrons, however, there is ample street parking in the surrounding area. Please be aware of parking signage and permitted areas, and be mindful of our neighbors when entering and exiting the venue.

We do not have an ATM on site. Please plan your visit accordingly.

Our in-house box office is open from 6-7pm, and we’re working on an automated box office that will always be open.

We occasionally release tickets to sold-out shows based on the number of no-shows we have. This is often done later in the evening around the headliner’s set time, however, there is no guarantee we’ll do so, and generally, if a show is sold out online, there are no further tickets available. The best place to learn if and when we’re releasing additional tickets is via our Twitter and Facebook and Instagram. We also send out weekly newsletters with show info.

We do not issue refunds or offer ticket exchanges. All sales are final. We are unable to offer refunds for unused tickets or for guests who are denied entry due to invalid ID. Event time and lineup are subject to change. In the case of an event cancellation, refunds will be provided via the point of purchase used. Resale of any ticket at a price greater than the original ticket price is prohibited. We reserve the right to revoke or reclaim possession of any tickets from the buyer who violates such restrictions

Please contact Etix customer support at 800−514−3849 or [email protected]​etix.​com. Etix hours of operation are: Monday-Saturday 8AM-7PM CT and Sunday 11AM-7PM CT.

Please come between 6PM-7PM to retrieve your card. All open credit card tabs are subject to a 25% auto-gratuity at the close of the business day.

Sleeping Village has a partnership with Hotel Versey, located at 644 W. Diversey Parkway, which is approximately 4 miles east of our location. For discounted rates, please call Hotel Versey at (773) 525‑7010 and mention Sleeping Village or visit the discount link here.

Yes, dogs are allowed until 8pm daily, as long as they are well-behaved and leashed at all times.

You can find our draft list here.

We do not have a kitchen, however, we do have some prepackaged food, such as cured meats, cheese plates, and bar snacks. Guests are also welcome to bring in outside food to enjoy at the bar.

Outside of private event rentals, we do not allow parties to bring in their own decor items for the main bar or patio space. If you are interested in renting our private event room or a full building buyout, please fill out our event form here.

Our number one goal is to make sure everyone is safe and has a good time. To help ensure that happens, we encourage you to travel light. Bags larger than 14” x 14” x 6” are prohibited. All bags are subject to search.

Our camera policy varies from show-to-show, depending on the wishes of the performing artist and their management. We ask that you do keep in mind that, for the vast majority of concerts at Sleeping Village that feature national and/​or regional headlining acts, the camera policy the artist(s) ask us to enforce is NO AUDIO, NO VIDEO, NO PRO – with PRO being defined as anything with a detachable lens. Feel free to inquire with a member of our door and/​or security staff when you arrive about the specific policy for the event you are attending.

Please send resumes and internship inquiries to [email protected]​sleeping-​village.​com for consideration.

Please email [email protected]​sleeping-​village.​com and fill out our submission form here. All submissions are welcome, but please keep in mind that we receive many requests and are not able to respond to all inquiries. We keep all information on file and reference the submission form responses frequently.

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