Festivals in Lombard


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  • Wizard World
    Facilitating the fan-delighting collision of comic-book universes and intergalactic heroes, Wizard World organizes Comic Cons and pop-culture conventions across the continent. At each event, stars from the silver screen set down roots in booths across the convention floor, wielding markers for autographs and their photo-op-ready smiles. Past guests have run the gamut from William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, and the cast of AMC?s The Walking Dead. Away from the crowds, stars also participate in talks and Q&A panels as part of the event?s programming. Along with beloved actors, Wizard World?s conventions grant guests a chance to interact with writers and artists as well as partake in activities such as gaming tournaments and costume contests.
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    5555 N River Rd
    Rosemont, IL US
  • Union Park
    Sit back with a burger and fries at Union Park, a relaxed spot serving American cuisine. The menu at Union Park does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. Follow the game or the news from the TVs in the bar. Got kids? No problem at Union Park! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. If space is what you're looking for, Union Park has plenty of room for larger parties. Warm weather brings out Union Park's highly coveted patio seating. Stay connected at no cost thanks to Union Park's wifi. If you plan to hit the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, it's best to fend off the crowds by calling ahead for a reservation. Leave the fancy duds at home — patrons at the restaurant dress informally. Catering services are also available. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Find a space on the street or park in the lot not far from the restaurant. Chow down at Union Park without blowing your budget — meals here usually cost less than $15.
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    228 S Racine Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Andersonville
    A glass of cold beer in one hand, a plate of food balanced in the other. The only reason to disrupt such a perfect combination might be to dance to the live band performing just a few feet away. That's the basic Midsommarfest formula, and every summer, nearly 50,000 people flock to Andersonville for this celebration of all things local. Going strong for the past half century, the fest takes over Clark Street from Foster to Catalpa with booths for food and crafts as well as five different stages. These showcase eclectic entertainments that truly reflect the neighborhood's charm: not just cover bands (though there are those, too), but a pet parade, Swedish music, dance troupes, and sets from blues, roots, and funk bands. All the fun also helps the neighborhood, and not just because stoplights are powered by laughter; proceeds go to benefit community causes.
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    5200 North Clark Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Unity Production Foundation
    Established: 1999 Staff size: 2?10 people Handicap accessible: yes Parking: parking lot Recommended age group: all ages
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    AMC Yorktown Theater
    Lombard, IL US
  • Oktoberfest in Glendale Heights
    From September 12 to 21, Camera Park?s emerald expanse of grass and wooden gazebos braces itself for a lively celebration of German culture as the third annual Glendale Heights Oktoberfest gets underway. The festival?s spacious tent ensures a full weekend of merriment, whether the sky rains, shines, or finally spills its Big Dipper. As live bands lay down rhythms with their oompahs, waitresses clad in dirndl skirts serve up authentic German cuisine prepared by Chef Wolfgang of Schnitzel Platz Restaurant, in addition to Austrian and German pastries and frosty beers imported from Hofbr?u Brewery in Munich. Aside from the festival?s palate-pleasing foods, revelers can work off hearty meals by dancing from noon to midnight and erupting into a round of applause after inspiring performances by lederhosen-clad accordion players. Youngsters can also meet their daily quotas for fun with a pumpkin patch, pony rides, and huts filled with an array of souvenirs, such as hats, German flags, and apple-juice steins.
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    101 E Fullerton Ave.
    Glendale Heights, IL US
  • I&M National Heritage Cooridor Civic Authority
    Each year, storytellers, folk musicians, trailblazers, and fur traders?yes, fur traders?make their way to Columbia Woods Forest Preserve for the Des Plaines Valley Rendezvous. They call it A River Thru History because it's a peek at the Illinois frontier prior to 1848, complete with trading posts, booming cannon fire, and canoe races. Visitors should keep their eyes open for celebrities too, like Jean Baptiste DuSable?the very first Chicagoan?who roams the camp telling first-person tales of early Illinois history.
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    Columbia Woods Forest Preserve
    Willow Springs, IL US

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