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The Forge

The Forge

22 W. Cass Street
Joliet, IL 60432
815-666-8079
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The Forge is a live music concert venue in Downtown Joliet just off of I-80. This venue hosts all genres of music and caters to all age demographics. The kitchen is open for lunch and during and after all events. The food menu consists of your typical pub grub, wings, sandwiches, burgers and pizzas. Swing by the bar to grab your favorite dish and cocktail between musical sets.


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