It’s a ‘Summer of Lemonade’ for Justin Roberts Grammy nominated artist performs all-ages shows throughout Chicagoland and in other cities, now through September

8/31/16 1:27:37 PM --Justin Roberts Promo Photography for his upcoming album "Lemonade"  © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2016

8/31/16 1:27:37 PM –Justin Roberts Promo Photography for his upcoming album “Lemonade” © Todd Rosenberg Photography 2016.




 Two-time Grammy nominee Justin Roberts announces his ‘Summer of Lemonade’ tour, which includes all-ages library and festival performances at various venues around Chicagoland, plus shows in Minnesota, Ohio, and California. Roberts kicked off his summer tour with his Not Ready for Naptime Players at Chicago’s Printer’s Row Lit Fest on June 10, where he also read from his new picture book, The Great Henry Hopendower.


Justin Roberts is known for his smart lyrics and sophisticated pop-rock music.Lemonade is an unplugged collection of original tunes, featuring guest performances by Robbie Fulkes and several other Chicago musical luminaries. Critical response has been completely positive: Paste magazine calls Lemonade “a gem,” and NoDepression says Roberts’ songwriting is “inventive and inspired.” LA Parent magazine recommends it as “excellent,” Parents’ Choice Foundation gave it a top Gold Award, and School Library Journal chose it as one of the top 10 family music albums of the year. 


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Summer of Lemonade tour highlights


June 14: Rochester Public Library in Rochester, MN
and Books & Stars in Northfield, MN

June 15: Wilmette Library (solo), IL

June 18: Forest Park Library (solo), IL

July 9: Square Roots Festival, Chicago

July 18-20: Library shows (various), IL

July 22: Cain Park, Alma Theater, Cleveland Heights, OH

July 30: Theatricum Botanicum, Topanga, CA

August 5: Plainfield Public Library, IL (solo)

August 19: Hennepin Ave Methodist Church, Minneapolis

August 24: Giddings Plaza, Lincoln Square, Chicago


Credit: Sugar Mountain PR.

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