Taste of Lakeview is located at one of the most highly visible intersections in Chicago at 3200 N. Lincoln Avenue at Belmont. The Chicago neighborhood of Lakeview is one of the most popular areas in the Midwest largely due to its great dining, shopping and nightlife.
If you like ribs and you live in Chicago, we have an insider “tip” for you: it’s called the Windy City Ribfest! Don’t be fooled by the name, this Uptown festival is 100% about ribs. Of course there’s also gonna be crafts and vendors and music, but reallyit’s a celebration
What started as a small “reunion” picnic of about 40 friends from the early days of house music has now grown into one of the largest house music festival events in the world!
Each July, more than 70 reggae, world music, R&B, gospel, latin, rock, blues, jazz and other bands perform on three stages at the African/Caribbean
The Chicago Gospel Music Festival in June showcases the best in local, national and international Gospel Music performers. Chicago Gospel Music Festival
Old St. Pat’s Church, Chicago’s oldest public building and a treasured historic landmark, is the host of the 31th annual World’s Largest
Green Music Fest celebrates environmental sustainability in the heart of Wicker Park at the intersection of Damen, North and Milwaukee in June.
Hosted by the Northalsted Business Alliance, this huge annual June celebration of community pride is home to an eclectic mix of arts and crafts, food and other vendors.
Rated as one of the top 30 juried art festivals in the country, the Gold Coast Art Fair at Grant Park welcomes more than 300 artists from around the world to downtown Chicago.
Professional BBQ-ers and beloved restauranteurs will serve up delicious eats with irresistible BBQ sauce and cold brews. The two-block stretch of Milwaukee Ave. will boast non-stop entertainment with live music, a vibrant marketplace and an area dedicated to fun for the children!