What do you have planned for the weekend? Here’s a list of our Concierge Team’s favorite things to do in Chicago this weekend!
Pitchfork Music Festival (Fri.-Sun. July 19-21)
Three days each summer in Chicago’s Union Park, Pitchfork Music Festival presents over 40 bands, highlighting the best in new and emerging music. Since 2006, this independently run festival has consistently proven to be one of the most welcoming, comfortable, reasonably priced, and rewarding weekends of music around.
Taste of River North (Fri.-Sun. July 19-21)
This annual foodie fest gives discerning palates and weary art shoppers a gratifying taste of the best of everything trendy River North has to offer – and in a beautiful riverfront green setting. Hosted by River North Residents Association, ToRN reflects the extraordinary characteristics of its neighborhood: spectacular food and world-class art and design with a conscious eye on the environment.
Celebrate Clark Street Festival (Sat.-Sun. July 20-21)
The Rogers Park Business Alliance hosts the 8th Annual “Celebrate Clark Street Festival” on Clark Street between Morse and Estes Avenues!
Get Organized Chicago (Sat. July 20)
Summer brings Chicagoland’s opportunity to get organized by de-cluttering, donating, shredding, and recycling. Join NAPO Chicago and Chicago Sky at Allstate Arena for this complimentary public event.
Lincoln Park Sidewalk Sale (Sat.-Sun. July 20-21)
More than 20 Lincoln Park boutiques along Halsted and Armitage Avenues offer discounts of up to 75 percent during a sidewalk sale this Saturday and Sunday.
Hemingway’s Birthday Celebration (Sat.-Sun. July 20-21)
Enjoy a weekend open house at the Hemingway Birthplace and Museum, with refreshments, music, storytelling and programs!
Chinatown Summer Fair (Sun. July 21)
This iconic annual celebration is one of the most ethnically unique outdoor events in the Midwest. Attracting tens of thousands from throughout the region, Chinatown Summer Fair is a true celebration of Far East beauty and culture including food, art and music.
What did we miss? Leave a comment and let us know what’s on your list!