The Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) is organizing the following street festivals in the neighborhood to help promote local businesses and draw foot traffic to the community. In the spirit of the Chicago street festival model, the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival and Lincoln Avenue Live feature food and drinks from some of the neighborhood’s most famous restaurants and bars, music and more. These festivals also serve as vital fundraising efforts for the LPCC and help sustain our mission to invest in new programs and activities that benefit our members and the surrounding community. See you in Lincoln Park this summer festival season!
Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival
Who, What, Where, When...
Fifth Annual Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival
Saturday and Sunday, June 29+30, 2013
Racine Between Webster and Fullerton
In 2009 the LPCC launched the inaugural Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival complete with unique artisans, diverse Lincoln Park restaurants, live music and exciting entertainment for kids of all ages.
Live music from nationally-recognized musicians and local favorites is always a key aspect of the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival.
12:15pm Todd Kessler and the New Folk
2:10pm The Puffins
3:40pm Velvet Jimi's
5:10pm Al Scorch
6:40pm Giving Tree
8:15pm Steven Page (formerly of Barenaked Ladies)
12:15pm Fort Frances
2:25pm Dan Hubbard
4:00pm Blood Red Boots
5:45pm Super Happy Fun Club
7:30pm Howie Day
The Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival is also accessible via the CTA's Fullerton Bus and Fullerton Brown and Red Line station.
Lincoln Avenue Live
Who, What, Where, When...
Check back at the end of the year for all of the details for the 2014 event!
Live music from nationally-recognized musicians and local favorites is always a key aspect of the Lincoln Park Live.
Lincoln Avenue Live is easily accessible via the CTA's Fullerton and Halsted Bus routes and Fullerton Brown and Red line station.
Prospective Festival Vendors & Volunteers
Artists, retailers or restaurants interested in showcasing their products or services at either 2013 LPCC festival can contact Chicago Special Events Management.
The LPCC will be soliciting LPCC and community members to serve as volunteers at the event in the future. Volunteers help take tickets, collect entrance fees, pour beer, entertain children and assist revelers in whatever way necessary.
Pictures from Lincoln Avenue Live and the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival are available on the LPCC's Facebook page - connect with us, tag yourself and relive two great weekends with your friends and family!