Chicago Pride, gay-friendly luxury hotels, award-winning bars, Lollapalooza music festival… you name it, Chicago’s got it! From: PinkNews in partnership with Choose Chicago and Visit the USA on June 19, 2019 Indeed, America’s third largest city is a must-visit destination for members of
The Northalsted Business Alliance has released the non-stop entertainment lineup, detailing the slew of performers scheduled for the various entertainment stages. Music icon Sheila E. graces the stage Saturday, August 10, Daya delivers her hits on Sunday, August 11 and Jake Shears, of Scissor Sisters fame, closes out the
chicago.gopride.com Chicago, IL - A diverse lineup of entertainers are pegged to take the stages at Market Days 2019 as organizers release an early schedule for the popular two-day street festival in Boystown this August. The Northalsted Business Alliance has released the non-stop entertainment
From Conde Nast Traveler: Home to one of the most buzzed about LGBTQ+ neighborhoods in the country, a four-mile-long parade, and an epic two-day festival (complete with 100,000 attendees), there’s no doubt about it: Chicago goes big for Pride Month. But the city’s celebration of diversity extends far beyond June, showing up across a range of neighborhoods by way of LGBTQ-owned businesses, all-inclusive dance extravaganzas, and late-summer street festivals. Whether it’s brunch in Boystown, live DJ sets in West Town, or new author parties in Andersonville, here are the best ways to continue the Pride parties all year-round... Northalsted Market Days (August 11-12) More than 300,000 merrymakers line the six blocks of North Halsted in Chicago’s Boystown and Lakeview neighborhoods for this annual celebration of diversity, making it one of the largest street festivals in the region. Founded in 1980, the two-day fete features notable arts and crafts vendors, plenty of food and drink, and an eclectic lineup of live music across five stages—all resulting in a weekend gathering of seriously good vibes.... READ MORE...
13 SUMMER-WORTHY EVENTS HAPPENING IN CHICAGO THIS AUGUST How can it already be August? Chicagoans know that summer flies by until we’re doomed to a grueling 7-month winter. And, since August is typically thought of as summer’s last ‘hoorah’ before September
Chicago's Boystown / Lakeview neighborhood is nearby Wrigley Field and the CTA Red Line train, conveniently located to transportation and accommodations. Check out GayTravel4U.com recommended hotels and other event info for Northalsted Market Days.