The Windy City offers so many exciting events year round, one of the biggest and brightest is the Chicago Blues Festival. This musical event takes place over the course of three wonderful days in Grant Park. The location in central to the downtown loop and the picturesque Lake Michigan waterfront.
The top performers from the world of country music will be live on stage for this three-day festival in downtown Chicago. Open to all ages, the festival offers a wide variety of entertainment and attractions - from the Vertical Swing, the Malibu Beach House, a giant inflatable slide, and the LakeShake Market.
The Midwest's answer to the West Coast's Coachella, Lollapalooza is an annual music festival showcasing the world's best alternative rock and EDM groups. Hosting nearly 200,000 people in the heart of Chicago every year, Lollapalooza attracts a wide range of musical talent. Over the years, Lollapalooza has only gained in popularity by hosting artists such as Coldplay, Kid Cudi, and Imagine Dragons.
Located in Chicago's West Loop, Taste of Randolph is a music festival that also serves as a culinary festival, and an art festival. The three day festival features food from some of Chicago's finest restaurants, art from renowned artisans, and music from a diverse array of nationally known recording artists, and local Chicago favorites.
It's time to channel your inner artist -- or at least your inner art lover! The Logan Square Arts Festival in Chicago is one of the most fascinating art events you will ever see. Whether bringing the entire family, or spending a day with friends, you'll love this exhibition showcasing fine arts, craftsmanship and spectacularly unusual creations.
Get your psychedelic fix at the exotic and unique Levitation Festival in Chicago, located in the historic Thalia Hall. Two full days of performing artists will fill your days and nights with memories. The festival is central to a wide variety of dining and lodging options that require no transportation.
Future Sound Dance Music Festival at Toyota Park stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois, is a three-day live music event that features many well-known artists from a variety of backgrounds on several stages. Conveniently located 12 miles from the city of Chicago's downtown area, Future Sound Dance Music Festival offers an unforgettable multi-genre experience in a region with a rich music history.
Five full days of the world's best indie music comes to Chicago every year during the Tomorrow Never Knows Festival, TNK for short. It goes down in two locations, Lincoln Hall and Schubas Tavern, a perfect combination of what the Windy City has to offer, music, history, and cultural flavor.
September 3, 2015
Chicago Cultural Center/Millennium Park , Chicago, Illinois
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