LINCOLN PARK GREEK FEST

LINCOLN PARK GREEK FEST

Fri, September 10, 2021 thru
Sun, September 12, 2021

FRI: 5pm-11pm
SAT: 12pm-11pm
SUN: 12pm-10pm

AT A GLANCE:

EVENT DETAILS


Date(s) Fri, September 10, 2021 thru
Sun, September 12, 2021
Event Time(s)
FRI: 5pm-11pm
SAT: 12pm-11pm
SUN: 12pm-10pm
Location St. George Greek Orthodox Church
2701 N Sheffield Ave
Chicago IL

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LINCOLN PARK GREEK FEST

FRI: 5pm to 11pm; SAT: Noon to 11pm; SUN: Noon to 10 pm

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Yiasou! (Hello! Or Greetings!)

Lincoln Park Greek Fest will again bring the aromas, sounds, tastes and traditions of Greece to all Chicagoans in June. This popular annual cultural celebration on the grounds of St. George Greek Orthodox Church will serve up an authentic dose of “filoxenia” (Greek hospitality and generosity of spirit) along with flavorful food, great music, dancing and pure fun.

Whether one is Greek or not, this fest promises that everyone will be proudly Hellenic for at least a day. Opa!

Entertainment
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Transportation - How to Get to the Festival

Located in Lincoln Park, this event is very easy to get to!  A few options we suggest:   CTA (public transportation): The CTA Diversey Brown Line stop is less than one block north of the event.  There are also plenty of bus lines on Lincoln Ave. and Diversey.  Please visit transitchicago.com for more details and to map your route.   Valet Parking: For only $10, valet parking is available off Diversey for the event.  If driving, please designate a driver.   Ride Share: There is a designated ride share (Uber or Lyft) pick-up/drop-off area on Lincoln Avenue at Sheffield.   Divvy Bikes: The closest bike station is at Sheffield & Diversey.

About the Beneficiary: St. George Greek Orthodox Church

St. George Greek Orthodox Church in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago's north side and was established in 1923 by Greek immigrants. St. George remains an important center for worship and fellowship for its parishioners and friends from throughout the Chicagoland area. Through the gifts of the holy spirit in faith and determination these new Americans were able to purchase the Lutheran Church at 2701 N. Sheffield Avenue and adapt it for Orthodox worship in time for services to be held in April 1923.

Marketing & Sponsorship Opportunities

Looking to connect with active consumers at this event? For pricing and a customized benefits package, please contact Norine Smyth at 312-799-0354.

Vending Opportunities

Artist, Merchant, Not-for-Profit

APPLICATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 8, 2021

THE EVENT SPONSORS