This weekend is all about festivals, from a food truck social to a can’t-miss experience for book lovers. Plus, celebrate Pride Month with a new series from ComedySportz Chicago.
Josh Groban brings his Bridges Tour to Ravinia on June 7, and you’ll receive his newest album with your ticket purchase.
Hear from more than 100 artists from Chicago and around the world all weekend long at Millennium Park.
ComedySportz Chicago is celebrating Pride Month with family-friendly performances June 7, 14, and 22, as well as a Rainbow A-Go-Go Variety Show on June 22 for those 18 years and older. Plus, enjoy the Pride Tai and 100 percent of proceeds will benefit Howard Brown Health Services.
Meet drivers, experience a live driving exhibition, enjoy food and drink, rock out to a concert by Judah & The Lion, and more at this Formula 1® fan festival at Solider Field.
Printers Row Lit Fest, the Midwest’s largest free outdoor literary showcase, is back for its 35th year. Highlights include theatrical readings with Steppenwolf and Goodman Theatre and a conversation with Chris Jones (Chicago Tribune), Miguel Cervantes (Alexander Hamilton in Chicago’s “Hamilton”), and Jeremy McCarter (author of “Hamilton: The Revolution”).
More Can’t-Miss Events:
- Enjoy a traditional farm breakfast, hayrides, dairy lawn games, and more at Historic Wagner Farm in Glenview during the 17th annual Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show on June 8.
- Head to Arlington Heights June 8-9 for the 17th annual Promenade of Art with juried artists, art talks and demos, kids activities, food, and live music.
- Skokie Pride on June 9 is a family-friendly event featuring drag performances, storytimes, music, bouncy houses and games, stand-up comedy, and more.
- The U.S. Pizza Museum at Roosevelt Collection celebrated its grand re-opening on May 31. Stop by this weekend to see new display items like vintage pizzeria menus and a Pizza Hut Electric Baking Oven from 1975.
Make a Difference
If you’re setting aside time this weekend to organize, donate your unwanted items to one of these local organizations.