CHICAGO (CBS) — A brand-new tradition began Saturday in Englewood.

The Englewood Music Fest was held for the first time ever on Saturday at 63rd and Halsted streets.

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The all-day outdoor festival is dedicated to the arts in Englewood. It was hosted by Ald. Stephanie Coleman (16th).

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Syleena Johnson, Q Parker, and Crucial Conflict were the headliners.

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The event celebrates five years of Englewood Square, a huge city investment to boost Englewood business.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff