Do Division Street Fest takes place on Division Street between Damen and Leavitt in West Town Chicago and features two live music stages, a wide variety of local vendors and food, plenty of ice cold beer, wine and spirits, a dedicated Family Fun Fest area with family activities and stage (which exclusively benefits local elementary schools), plus Do Fashion with local designer runway shows and DJs.
TWO Live Music Stages programmed by two renowned West Town Chicago live music venues: The Empty Bottle & Subterranean.
2018 Live Music Line Up:
La Luz | Ted Leo and the Pharmacists | Antibalas | Deerhoof | Bear vs Shark | Wooden Shjips | Martin Rev | Bad Bad Hats | Frankie Rose | Low Down Brass Band | Chris Farren | Surfbort | AM Taxi | Modern Vices | Jovan Landry | Carla Dal Forno | Holy Wave | Shortly | HIDE | Peel | Cold Beat | Divino Nino | ESSO! | Goon Sax | Many Rooms | Bad Veins | Deeper | Hidden Hospitals | Ganser | CASE | School of Rock Chicago | Little Kids Rock
More details and days/band start times TBA
Independent & Fashionable Neighborhood
Division Street between Ashland and Leavitt is packed with independent businesses, salons, spas, restaurants, bars, bakeries, coffee shops and cafes. Division Street divides the trendy West Town neighborhoods of Wicker Park to the north, and Ukrainian Village and East Village to the south. It’s wide, tree lined sidewalks and dozens of outdoor sidewalk cafes give it a distinctly European feel.
Pony rides, face painting, rocking kids’ music:
Do-Division Family Fun Fest is the premiere kid area of one of the City’s signature street festivals: Do-Division Street Fest.
Highlights of the Fest include: Mr. Dave Music Kids’ Stage, Clemente High School’s Sports Zone, Pony and train rides, face painting, balloon animals, bounce house, jousting and fabulous fare from local vendors.
There is an optional $5 donation requested to attend the event. Proceeds from Do Division Street Fest benefits local non-profits and schools. Do Division Street Fest is produced by the West Town Chicago Chamber of Commerce, a 501-C6 non-profit organization providing valuable programs and services for the local small businesses. The event reflects and benefits the neighborhood, highlights local independent businesses, and event sponsors have the ability to reach a very desirable demographic of trendsetters, Millennials and more.
Date: Friday, June 1st 5-10pm – Saturday & Sunday, June 2nd & 3rd 12-10pm
For more information visit: Do Division Street Fest