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The Steve Dahl Show – June 6, 2018 – Sample

Steve ordered a new piece of technology today! Frijole Joe wanted to arrange a rendezvous with Steve to finally deliver his long awaited bike! Ramblin Ray drops into the studio for a quick visit! The boys talk churros, Brockmire, and your calls!

The Steve Dahl Show – May 24, 2018 – Sample

The summer weather results in a late start for Dag and Joe! Janet attends granddaughter Mary’s pre-school graduation! Steve invites the gang over for a pool day! Plus Mike Dahl fills us in on what really happened with the train from yesterdays show!

The Steve Dahl Show – May 16, 2018 – Sample

Janet is relieved Steve found his wedding ring, thanks to subscriber Mark! Frijole Joe has a big surprise! Brendon and Dag diagnose Stever’s illness. The boys share their secrets of air travel for cheap thanks to the email of the day.

The Steve Dahl Show – May 9, 2018 – Sample

Steve’s a bully today! Papa and the guys analyze all of the weird verified accounts that follow him on social media. Frijole Joe is in studio! Steve gives us an update on the garage sale and also explains the Disco Demolition movie that never happened.

The Steve Dahl Show – May 2, 2018 – Sample

Frijole Joe walks in empty handed with no bike…poor Steve. Last night the team attended Hamilton and Brendan and Dag share their thoughts on the musical! Dag had a hectic morning with a call from a cable company, a loose dog, and Jehovah Witnesses!

The Steve Dahl Show – April 25, 2018 – Sample

Grandpa Stever and his legacy are hot topics on this Guacamole Wednesday! A search for the perfect email of the day becomes a competition between Steve, Brendan, and Shawn! You be the judge! Plus some awesome bike talk!

The Steve Dahl Show – April 24, 2018 – Sample

Steve misses riding his bike and starts his day with a nice walk with Rosie Dahl. Brendan shares a story of a man who’s survived a snake, bear, and shark attack. The guys talk exercise, Naked and Afraid, plus your calls!

The Steve Dahl Show – April 18, 2018 – Sample

Brendan slept like an angel in his new bedding thanks to Janet, but prior to setting it up Stever almost lost a car door! Frijole Joe is in studio! Dag + Acid + Fire extinguisher = not a good time.

Plenty of bike parking for Mumford & Sons concert at Montrose Beach

(CHICAGO) If you’re heading to the sold-out Mumford & Sons concert Wednesday at Montrose Beach, leave your car — and your selfie sticks — at home, organizers say.

Gates open at 3 p.m. for the concert at Cricket Hill inside the lakefront park on the North Side. The British rock band is touring after the release of its third album, “Wilder Mind,” and is joined by opening acts The Maccabees and Son Little.

No parking will be provided for the event, according concert organizer JAM Productions. Concertgoers are strongly encouraged to use public transportation, bike or take a Divvy bike instead of driving.

JAM Productions is providing a free bike valet for the first 4,000 bicycles on site, the concert’s website said. Cyclists can drop off their bikes and gear at the east entrance along Montrose and pick them up after the event.

Divvy representatives will also be at the east entrance to valet bikes before the event and provide additional bikes after the show, the website said.

The CTA will provide extra bus service along the No. 78 Montrose, No. 81 Lawrence and No. 146 Inner Drive/Michigan Express routes from 4 p.m. until one hour after the concert ends, the transit agency said.

The Red Line will also have extra train service for concertgoers, the CTA said. The Wilson station is about two blocks west of the lakefront park.

Anyone walking to or from concert should stay clear of Lake Shore Drive and use the pedestrian underpasses below it at Montrose, Wilson and Lawrence.

Montrose, Wilson and Lawrence streets will also be closed to traffic east of Lake Shore Drive because of the concert.

The show will go on rain or shine. The first act starts about 6 p.m. and the show should end by 10 p.m. Attendees must bring printed copies of their tickets, as tickets on cellphone screens will not be accepted, the concert’s website said.

Small backpacks, water bottles, blankets, strollers and nonprofessional cameras are allowed. Lawn chars, umbrellas, selfie sticks, coolers and other large items are prohibited.

Outside food and drinks will not be permitted, but there will be vendors selling food, beer, wine and cocktails inside the park.