Things to do This Weekend (and Monday)

Do Division Street Festival

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When: Friday, June 3rd – Sunday, June 5th
Where: Various
Why: Year two in The Windy City brings the buzz back to favorite neighborhoods, classic cafes, and exciting new stops for a caffeinated weekend to remember!
20 local cafes, roasteries, tea shops and bakeries unite for 11 routes across the metro – walking, driving or transit tours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday offer multiple starting times to fit your schedule, and Chicago’s specialty beverage scene awaits with fun, educational presentation and deliciously unique samples.
Learn more about the Caffeine Crawl experience here.
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When: Saturday, June 4th – Sunday, June 5th; 12p – 6p each day
Where: Hoyne between Crystal Potomac and on Crystal between Hoyne and Damen
Why: The Do Division Street Fest and Sidewalk Sale spans 10 city blocks, on Division Street from Ashland to Leavitt, and features two live music stages, a wide variety of local vendors and food, plenty of ice cold beer and wine, unique kid’s activities in a dedicated Family Fun Fest area (which exclusively benefits local elementary schools), Do Fashion with a runway and DJs; plus an elaborate Sidewalk Sale put on by the Division Street merchants.
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When: Saturday, June 4th; 7:30p – 10p
Where: Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Congress Parkway, 60605
Why: The Auditorium Theatre presents Chicago Rhythm Fest, the culminating performance of Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s two-month, citywide festival STOMPING GROUNDS, on Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 7:30PM. STOMPING GROUNDS is a showcase of events, mini-concerts, lecture-demonstrations, and master classes celebrating the diversity of the percussive arts, highlighting some of the city’s premier dance groups. Tickets to Chicago Rhythm Fest start at $28, and are available online at, by phone at 312.341.2300, or in-person at the Auditorium Theatre Box Office (50 E Congress Parkway).
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When: Begins Monday, June 6th; 6:30p – 8p
Where: Jay Pritzker Pavilion
Why: The architecturally-stunning Millennium Park is the hippest place to be in Chicago on Monday and Thursday nights. Millennium Park Summer Music Series, the FREE weekly music series, is a showcase for a wider variety of genre-defying music. The series (formerly Downtown Sound and Made in Chicago) has been re-imagined to feature a wider variety of genre-defying music — both established and emerging.
Grab a seat at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion or spread out on the Great Lawn for outdoor concert performances from local, national and international acts every Monday and Thursday evening June 6 – August 25, 2016 (except where noted) at 6:30pm.
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*Neither Kari Herrera nor will be paying anyone $10. Especially not you, Sallie Mae.