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Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival

Posted on  June 25, 2013

Experience local eats, drinks, music and art from the surrounding Lincoln Park community!



In the spirit of Chicago summer street festivals, the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival has returned for the fifth consecutive year—with local food, delicious drinks, great live music and over 80 artists—to help promote local businesses and draw foot traffic to the community.


Started in 2009, the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce (LPCC) launched the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival complete with unique artisans, diverse Lincoln Park restaurants and bars, live music and exciting entertainment for kids and adults of all ages.


Live music from local favorites and nationally recognized musicians always make the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival a success. Check out this year’s lineup!



12:15 PM – Todd Kessler & the New Folk

2:10 PM – The Puffins

3:40 PM – Velvet Jimis

5:10 PM – Al Scorch

6:40 PM – The Giving Tree

8:15 PM – Steven Page (formerly of the Barenaked Ladies)



12:20 PM – For Frances

2:25 PM – Dan Hubbard & The Humadors

4:00 PM – Blood Red Boots

5:45 PM – The Super Happy Fun Club

7:30 PM – Howie Day


The admission price is $5, which benefits the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce, Chicago’s largest neighborhood chamber.


As Choose Chicago said, consider this “…the perfect pre-Fourth of July fest!” See all the wonderful things the Lincoln Park neighborhood has to offer, and stop by the Lincoln Park Arts & Music Festival!


About the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce

Founded in 1947, the LPCC is committed to serving as a catalyst for business success and economic development in Lincoln Park to benefit the surrounding community as a whole. The Lincoln Park neighborhood is compromised of distinctive boutiques and restaurants, cultural institutions, unique architecture and walkable streets. LPCC members represent a wide-range of industries and professions and highlight the diversity of Chicago’s business community. LPCC programs and initiatives provide businesses access to resources, connections and relationships they need to remain competitive and profitable. For more information on Chicago’s largest neighborhood chamber of commerce, visit


*Photo from Kim Schilf’s Picasa Gallery




Dates: Saturday & Sunday, June 29-30

Location: On Racine between Fullerton & Webster

Hours: Noon to 10:00 p.m. daily

Contact: Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce 773.800.5200

Admission: $5




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