Taste of Randolph

June 17, 2011 5:05:48 AM PDT
The Taste of Randolph Street is a foodie-centric street festival known for its adventurous, crowd-pleasing musical lineup.

Local artisans, boutiques and restaurants the likes of De Cero, One SixtyBlue, The Tasting Room and La Sardine are intermixed along a six block stretch of Randolph Street from Peoria Street to Racine Avenue in Chicago's West Loop neighborhood. Along with two unique stages featuring 26 incredible live performances - from The Heavy and The Reverend Horton Heat to Anamanaguchi and Liquid Soul - new in 2011 is a dance stage featuring Chicago DJs from Sound Bar, The Mid and Smart Bar.

Suggested donation for the Taste of Randolph Street is $10, benefiting the West Loop Community Organization to help sustain local parks, schools, traffic, safety and more.

More information available at www.facebook.com/starevents or www.starevents.com/events

Who: The Taste of Randolph Street is produced by StarEvents, one of the Midwest's largest festival and event-production companies. Best known for a slew of summer festivals from June Jam to August's Retro on Roscoe, StarEvents has helped raise more than $5 million for various Chicago charities and not-for-profit organizations since its inception in 1996.

Located in Chicago's West Loop @ 900-1200 W. Randolph St (from Peoria Street to Racine Avenue)
Friday, June 17: 5-10 pm
Saturday, June 18
Sunday, June 19: Noon-10 pm

Popular food vendors: De Cero, Veerasway, One SixtyBlue and many others serving up favorite dishes and treats

National and local musical acts Friday to Sunday

Local artisans, boutiques and other vendors

Taste of Randolph
900-1200 W. Randolph
(from Peoria St. to Racine)
Tonight- Sunday

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