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Annual African Festival of the ArtsAnnual African Festival of the Arts

August 31 - September 3, 2018

Washington Park (51st Street at Cottage Grove Ave.)

Chicago, IL 60615

10am-10pm

Admission: Ticket Prices Vary

The Annual African Festival of the Arts (AFA) is in Washington Park on the Southside of Chicago. It’s a cultural experience with multi-layered activities including Marketplace, Food Tasting, Performance Spaces, Fine Art, African Spirituality, Wellness Village, Children & Family, African Heritage, Books, Quilting, to name a few.

 

Jerk, Seafood & Vegan FestivalJerk, Seafood & Vegan Festival

September 8-9, 2018

South Loop, 2400 S. Dearborn St. (btwn. State & S. Federal St.)

Chicago, IL 60616

12-10pm

Admission: $5-$10

The Jerk, Seafood and Vegan Fest (JSVFest) is Food Festival for Foodies and lovers of international cuisine, who love music, culture, arts , crafts & more.

 

Lakeview East Festival of the ArtsLakeview East Festival of the Arts

September 8-9, 2018

Lakeview East, On Broadway from Belmont to Hawthorne

Chicago, IL 60657

Saturday: 10am-10pm; Sunday: 10am-7pm

FREE Admission; $5 suggested donation

Join us for the 14th Annual Lakeview East Festival of the Arts on September 8th and 9th. The festival is a destination for all to enjoy the wide variety of art, special demonstrations by artists, live music on two stages, the garden oasis, family activities and the food and wine tents that represent local talents and cuisines.

 

Hyde Park Jazz FestivalHyde Park Jazz Festival

September 29-30, 2018

1130 Midway Plaisance Park

Chicago, IL 60637

Saturday: 1pm-12am; Sunday: 1-7pm

FREE Admission; $5 suggested donation

Over 20,000 jazz fans and enthusiasts will gather at the event to enjoy more than 18 hours of free, nonstop jazz performances.

 

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