PUBLIC ENEMY NO. 1: Celebrate the undying fascination with O.G. John Dillinger during the Dillinger Day festivities at Lincoln Station. The soiree will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the day Dillinger was gunned down outside the nearby Biograph Theatre site. The Lincoln Park hangout will set the tone with 1930s tunes, along with half-price wine, $3 Bell's Oberon pints and $5 themed cocktails. 11-2AM, no cover.
MMM, WINE: Celebrate the Art Institute's new "A Case for Wine" exhibition at a special tasting at The James Chicago tonight. You'll get to sample 10 different Heritage Cellars wines, paired with appetizers from chef Rick Gresh of the on-site David Burke's Primehouse restaurant. 6-9PM, $15.
DR. FEELGOOD: It's the '80s all over again as Vince Neil, Tommy Lee, Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars (a.k.a. Motley Crue) rock the First Midwest Bank Ampitheatre in Tinley Park. Godsmack, Theory of a Deadman, Drowning Pool and Charm City Devils will be along for the ride. 5PM, $23.50-$95.