With the new year in full swing, new changes are coming to this year's city wide events. Following a two-year, pandemic-driven hiatus, restructuring or virtual pivots, events such as the Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Taste of Chicago, Farmers Markets and more have been officially scheduled.
This means that all of the spring and summertime programming are returning as in-person events and in pre-pandemic size and scope. Some major notables that will be returning in full strength include the two-day Chicago Air and Water Show, and a full on 38 Sunday Maxwell Street Market.
And while this is great news for city wide cultural events, it also presents some promising prospects when it comes to all of the neighborhood events that happen throughout the year as well.
So if you are interested to see which events are happening and when, head on over to the main article here.