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Friday, June 02, 2017
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events News & Events - June 2017
Music - most Mondays & Thursday, June 12 - August 21 Films - most Tuesdays, June 13 - August 29 Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park
an exciting lineup of outdoor live music and screened films in the
beautiful Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park. Take a seat inside
the Jay Pritzker Pavilion or find a spot on the Great Lawn for exciting
line-up of free live concerts and films screened on a state-of-the-art,
40-foot LED screen. For more information on the musicians and films
playing throughout the summer at Millennium Park, visit millenniumpark.org.
Kicking off the Chicago Blues Festival weekend, the Department of
Cultural Affairs and Special Events and the Chicago Loop Alliance will
host a dedication ceremony and tribute performance for the Muddy Waters
Mural by world-renowned artist Eduardo Kobra. Located at State and
Washington Streets, the mural honors Muddy Waters, the artist who
electrified the blues and created a Chicago sound that continues to
influence generations of musicians. More information at chicagobluesfestival.us.
Taste of Chicago Concert Tickets Are On Sale Now
Taste of Chicago, the world's largest free food festival,
offers a cultural feast for all of your senses. In addition to the
delicious eats from nearly 70 restaurants and food trucks, enjoy
celebrity chefs, cooking demonstrations, dance performances, family fun
and concerts by Alessia Cara, Cafe Tacvba, Ben Harper & the Innocent
Criminals, Passion Pit and the O'Jays. Concert seating tickets start at
just $19 and are on sale now at tasteofchicago.us.