Summer in Chicago is a beautiful and fleeting season! Everyone is looking for more ways to enjoy the weather and get outdoors, preferably without breaking the bank. Here are several options for free concerts in Chicago that you can enjoy throughout the season with little strain on your wallet.
Shake off the cold weather for good with spring festivals in Chicago. Music, culture, art and more are all on the schedule this spring.
The West Loop, Wrigleyville, Lincoln Park and Lakeview are expected to be hopping with festivals.
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The historic village of Long Grove in southern Lake County is well known for its shops, galleries and restaurants housed in buildings from the 1880s. Several festivals each year bring thousands for food, music and fun.
You can’t have a Fourth of July without fireworks. Fortunately, Navy Pier isn’t the only place to go to watch them. Many of the Chicago suburbs are also hosting their own displays, many accompanied by food fests and as they say, “fun for the whole family.” (Except that 13-year-old who thinks everything is uncool, including fireworks.)
Temperatures will peak into the low-90s on Saturday and Sunday, with no rain expected.
Chicago has great Farmers Markets through the fall, but the city also has a festival for almost everyone from May through September.
A Logan Square-based food vendor is being probed by the city Health Department, after the Chicago Tribune reported watching the vendor’s workers preparing food under dubious sanitary conditions.
Big-time cuts could be coming to Taste of Chicago and six other lakefront music festivals.