Ribs are fun because you can eat them with your hands and, when you’re done, you have a tiny xylophone made of bones. Bite into some multipurpose pork with this Groupon.
- $15 for Rib Fest Entry for Two and Parking (Up to $30 Value)
Two people receive one-day admission (up to a $20 value) to Porky’s Rib Fest at Toyota Park on June 27, 28, 29, or 30. The event runs from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, and noon to 11 p.m. on Sunday. This Groupon also includes a one-day parking pass (up to a $10 value). Admission is $5 for children aged 6–12, and free for kids 5 and younger.
In light of Chicago's hockey cup win, entrants who wear Hawks jerseys on Friday, June 28, are entitled to a complimentary raffle ticket, which enters them to win such prizes as another Hawks jersey or $500.
Porky’s Rib Fest
After their inaugural year, the organizers of the Porky’s Rib Fest hoped that their event became an oft-circled event on the calendars of barbecue-loving Chicagoans. If this year’s vendor lineup is any indication, they’re already well on their way. Recruited from both inside and outside of Chicago, the award-winning roster includes vendors with decades of combined grilling experience. Hailing from the Lone Star State, Texas Thunder BBQ is a perennial favorite at rib fests around the country. On the hometown front, cooks from Berwyn’s Chicago BBQ Company sling their signature brand of slow-smoked meats. The lineup even includes an international representative: based out of Sydney, Australia, the meat masters of Aussom Aussie tempt taste buds at home and abroad with unexpected flavors such as fruit-based sauces.
Aside from chowing on an international buffet of barbecue, attendees can enjoy 25 different carnival rides along with a continuous stream of live music on two stages. Bands from all over the country perform various music styles including classic rock, country, and blues. See the full music schedule here.
72% of 542 customers recommend
“Great food and plenty of activities for kids!”
“take your time”
“Arrive early for good parking”