The 4am lounge held its final Friday, Saturday and Sunday night events this past holiday weekend after six years in Logan Square.
“Thank you for 6 years Chicago!” a post on Twitter November 22 announced. “East Room will be closing our doors 12/1 and making way for something new. Until then we’ll be celebrating with friends!”
Thank you for 6 years, Chicago! East Room will be closing our doors 12/1 and making way for something new. Until then we'll be celebrating with friends! Tag a friend with your favorite East Room memory and join us for one last dance…. Alexa, play save the last dance soundtrack. pic.twitter.com/uYo3UmALMF
— East Room (@EastRoomChicago) November 22, 2019
According to Eater Chicago, East Room’s Zack Eastman is “in the process of buying the space with a new team of investors” and will make an announcement in “about a month.”
East Room hosted a huge number of noteworthy events, but maybe more importantly they also gave a shot to quite a few promoters trying new things for Chicago’s nightlife scene. Just off the top of our heads there was Redux’s Blender, the Housepitality “Housepit CHI” event transplanted from San Francisco and 5 Mag even held a movie screening there for the UK Garage documentary Rewind 4ever.