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Chicago festival season officially starts!

Chicago Mayfest ~ May 16|17|18th Mayfest is the first excuse to get outside [hopefully]! and enjoy festival food, ice cold beverages and some of Chicago’s favorite headlining musical talent during this three-day event. Chicago Kids Day is on Saturday, May 17th and the Chicago Pet Pageant and Expo will take center stage on Sunday 18th, from 11am-2pm. Proceeds from Mayfest will benefit […]

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Chicago Jazz Festival

This weekend sees the 35th Annual Labor Day Chicago Jazz festival – featuring free jazz performances from local, national & international musicians. Thursday August 29th – Sunday September 1st Millenium Park – 201 East Randolph Street Read more at http://chicago.metromix.com/events/mmxchi-chicago-jazz-festival-3-event#YI50obf7Kb8B4Ajh.99 http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dca/supp_info/chicago_jazz_festival.html

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RETRO on ROSCOE

There’s live entertainment on three stages, antique merchants and some 50 classic cars on display. When it comes to kids, the rest of the fests can’t compete! with an adult ice-cold beverage station situated next to the Kids Area, Mom & Dad can kick back with a brew while the tots go crazy. http://starevents.com/festivals/retro-on-roscoe/ Aug […]

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LOLLAPALOOZA ~ Sold Out! AFTER PARTIES ~ Available!

Lollapalooza “The” supreme Chicago summer music festival will be taking over Grant Park this weekend, offering a veritable smörgåsbord of bands, ranging from hardcore hip-hop to synth-pop, if you didn’t manage to snag a ticket here’s a couple of “After shows” happening tonight, CLICK HERE for a complete list of “After Shows”: http://do312.com/lollaaftershows?page=2 Jessie Ware […]

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Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day Weekend, and a longing for a summer full of fests, rooftops, parades, outdoor concerts, biking and beach days. So much is happening this weekend that it’s a bit mind-boggling, here is a blog outlining some of the events taking place, but please take a moment to remember the reason for the holiday and […]

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