Will there be a taste of Chicago for 2021?

Will there be a taste of Chicago for 2021?

While the massive food fest in Grant Park is on hold this year, you can still take a bite of the city’s acclaimed culinary scene with Taste of Chicago To Go. This year, the fest will include a slate of reimagined events from July 7 – 11, 2021. Check out the full schedule of Taste of Chicago To Go 2021.

Who is performing at Taste of Chicago 2021?

This year’s lineup includes The Roots, KONGOS, The Decemberists, Billy Idol, The Isley Brothers featuring Ronald and Ernie Isley and more. The popular Bud Light Stage will offer five days of top performances from up-and-coming as well as established Chicago artists.

What kind of music is at Taste of Chicago?

The event is also the largest festival in Chicago. Non-food-related events include live music on multiple stages, including the Petrillo Music Shell, pavilions, and performances. Musical acts vary from nationally known artists like Carlos Santana, Moby, Kenny Rogers, or Robert Plant to name just a few, to local artists.

Who was at the 1987 taste of Chicago?

List of musical performers 6/28/1987 Grant Park Symphony Orchestra 7/3/1987 Grant Park Symphony Orchestra 7/5/1987 Chicago and Buckinghams 7/1/1988 Restless Heart 7/2/1988 Folk Fest

How many days is the taste of Chicago?

The mayor transferred power over the event from the Chicago Park District to the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, and the event was shortened to 5 days. In 2012, the Taste of Chicago ran from July 11 to July 15 and had 36 participating restaurants.

How did the taste of Chicago get bigger?

The next year, the Taste of Chicago was moved to Grant Park and grew in size and scope, becoming a 10-day event with more food vendors and musical performers; it also became the world’s largest food festival. ChicagoFest, started by mayor Michael Bilandic, was the precursor to the Taste of Chicago.