Wicker Park Fest

Wicker Park Fest, Chicago, IllinoisWicker Park Fest takes place at the Milwaukee at North Ave on to Wood St, Chicago, Illinois

Wicker Park Fest 2011 dates – 23rd to 24th July
Tickets – $5 donation

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Saturday, July 23rd

WILD FLAG, Off With Their Heads!, Dead To Me, Riverboat Gamblers, Ha Ha Tonka, Chaperone, Brent Puls

Flosstradamus, Porn N Chicken DJs, Company of Thieves, Phenom, Empires, Chaotic Good, California Wives, Disco Death Threat, Purple Apple, Black Light Saints

MiMOSA, El Ten Eleven, NiT GRiT, Ana Sia, AraabMUZIK, Break Science, Lynx, Loyal Divide

Sunday, July 24th

Wavves, Murder By Death, Everest, Ezra Furman & the Harpoons, Jesse Malin & The St. Marks Social, An Aesthetic Anaesthetic, Biters

Digital Tape Machine, ZEBO vs Hiroki, AM Taxi, Midnight Conspiracy, Filligar, Kid Color, Ishi, Les Trois Stooges, Lying Delilah, John Simmons

Blitzen Trapper, Joe Pug & The Hundred Mile Band, Van Ghost, The Pimps of Joytime, Big Light, Netherfriends, Dastardly, Doc’s Delorean, Anna Soltys


The History of Wicker Park Fest
Hailed as Chicago’s “best street festival of the summer” by the Chicago Tribune, Wicker Park Fest’s reputation has grown into epic proportions. What began as a quaint neighborhood shindig eight years ago, has blossomed into The Can’t Miss Music Event of the season. Once again, cutting edge local and national acts fill out a jam-packed weekend, Saturday, July 23 – Sunday, July 24, 2011.

In addition to the highly regarded live music bill, Wicker Park Fest is a showcase of its’ diverse neighborhood. Historic yet hip, Chicago’s Wicker Park and Bucktown district offers a variety of lifestyle options, including distinctive art, acclaimed restaurants, family activities and a trendy fashion scene, all represented at the fest.

Above all else, Wicker Park Fest is known for the highest quality of live music. It’s become one of Chicago’s most highly anticipated music festivals of the summer – and at a fraction of the admission fee ($5) of the other big music fests. With three stages of live bands and DJs, there’s something for everyone, every genre.

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