Question: When is the taste of chicago?

Is Taste of Chicago 2020 Cancelled?

Major Chicago events, including Lollapalooza and the Taste of Chicago, have been canceled in the city amid concerns over large gatherings due to coronavirus, officials announced Tuesday. All permitted special events through Labor Day were canceled, though many will offer “reimagined” experiences.

How much is the Taste of Chicago?

Admission to the Taste of Chicago is free. Tickets for food and beverages are sold in strips of 14 for $10. You can use tickets to buy taste-size and full-size portions from any of the many food vendors.

Is Pitchfork Cancelled?

We’re heartbroken to announce the cancellation of Pitchfork Music Festival 2020, due to COVID-19. Ticketholders will be contacted directly via email with full refund options; thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we work through all of this.

Who owns Taste of Chicago?

Since 2008, The Chicago Country Music Festival was held simultaneously with the Taste of Chicago but now has its own two-day festival, typically held in the fall.

Taste of Chicago
Years active 1980–2019
People Arnie Morton Jane Byrne Lois Weisberg

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