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Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest on Aug. 18-19
2018-08-15

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The Glenwood Avenue Arts Fest (GAAF)—a free weekend-long event, drawing approximately 15,000 visitors and celebrating its 17th year—will take place Aug. 18-19 at at 6900—7030 N. Glenwood Ave. (between Farwell and Greenview avenues), 1335-1449 W. Morse Ave., and the 1400 block of Lunt Avenue.

The fest will include a street art fair with more than 100 artist-vendors, and live entertainment on three outdoor stages featuring more than 30 acts. Guests can experience art, theater, music, as well as food and drink, at the Rogers Park event.

For more information, visit GlenwoodAve.org .


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