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Friday, June 01, 2018
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events >> DCASE News & Events - June 2018
June 2- October 1 Chicago Cultural Center The free admission exhibition is a multi-faceted project that explores the past, present and future of North America's Great Lakes - one of the world's most emblematic and ecologically significant ecosystems. For more information, visit chicagoculturalcenter.org.
Taste of Chicago, the world's largest free food festival, features delicious eats from over 70 restaurants and food vendor. Come for the food, but stay for then celebrity chefs, cooking demonstrations, dance performances, family fun and concerts by Brandi Carlile, Juanes, yasiin bey & Talib Kweli are Black Star, The Flaming Lips and George Clinton. Concert seating tickets start at just $18 and are on sale now at tasteofchicago.us.
Get Your Taste Oasis Day Passes
The Taste of Chicago will feature a new Taste Oasis, an air conditioned lounge in Butler Field offering tasty bites, cold water, a private bar, executive washrooms, music and more. Taste Oasis will be open throughout normal Taste of Chicago festival hours, but it's a particularly great spot to hang out before and after the Petrillo Music Shell Concerts. Day passes for this exclusive area are $50 and are on sale now at tasteofchicago.us.
Free, Free, Free!
Stars of Tomorrow 2018: Intonation's Youth Arts Fest
Intonation Music Saturday, June 2, 11am-6pm Kennicott Park, 4434 S. Lake Park Ave.
Bring a blanket, a picnic and settle in for this all-day FREE community arts extravaganza taking place at Kennicott Park in Chicago's beautiful Kenwood neighborhood. The fest will also feature a community dance party, and hands-on activities such as a Musical Petting Zoo, Face Painting, a photo booth, guitar raffle and delicious food for purchase. With over 200 students performing, this will be the youth arts event of the year!
Intonation Music is a Chicago Park District Arts Partner in Residence, and Stars of Tomorrow is presented in partnership with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Night Out in the Parks.
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