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Chicago Summer Fests are Here

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It’s not a minute too soon to plan your summer festivals. Whether you attend just one or do them all, you need to know the upcoming Chicago lineup. Some welcome the family, others invite you and that special someone or friends, and just maybe there’s a fest calling your name alone, allowing you to take a break from life and just hit the streets!

Maifest – May 28 – 31 in Lincoln Square
Oktoberfest meets spring weather at Lincoln and Leland for Gemütlichkeit at Maifest. Enjoy Maypole dancing, live music, big mugs of beer, loads German American food, think pretzels, and plain out fun.

Lincoln Park Greek Fest – June 5-7 in Lincoln Park
St. George Greek Orthodox Church hosts this annual festival at Sheffield and Diversey with Greek music, dancing, and authentic cuisine like falafel, lamb, spanikopita, and saganaki. Opa!

Wells Street Art Festival – June 13 &14 in Old Town
North and Wells Street hosts this annual juried art fair of 200+ local and regional artists, where you can browse and purchase pieces. Also enjoy food from local restaurants, live music, and fun for kids and pets.

Windy City Lakeshake – June 19-21 at Northerly Island
You don’t have to go to Nashville anymore for the big three day country music fests featuring big name artists. Windy City Lakeshake is bringing you Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line and more, including up-and-coming artists like Cassadee Pope of The Voice and Mickey Guyton. All access passes start at $199.50.

Dog Dayz of Summer – June 27-28 in Humboldt Park / East Garfield Park
The Sausage King of Chicago, Doug Sohn, recently shut his doors, but is partnering with Goose Island Beer Company for one weekend only to recreate the iconic Hot Doug’s as a pop-up store at the Goose Island Barrel Warehouse.

Pride Parade – June 28 in Lakeview
While the 46th annual parade starts in Uptown and end in Lincoln Park, the bulk of the 4-mile route rests on Broadway and Halsted in Boystown. The parade kicks off at noon, is free and open to all, and celebrates the LGBTQ community. Expect to find local restaurants and bars opening their doors with pride specials.

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