20 Things To Do in Chicago This Weekend:Memorial Day Parades, Wing Out

This long weekend spend to enjoy street festivals, tasting lot of foods, music in heart of Wrigleyville, shopping at Randolph Street Market.

There is Memorial Day parades this weekend to honor soldiers who lost lives while serving in the U.S. armed forces.

Memorial Day Parade

Organized by American Legion Tattler Post and Rosehill Cemetery this Memorial Day parade has been tradition for more than 50 years.

It features a band, Junior Reserve Officers, Boy Scouts, military veterans.

10 am Monday

On Rosehill Drive near Ashland Avenue.

There will be post parade memorial ceremony with free food provided by American Legion Post 1973 and 2 pm pig roast Tattle post 4355 N Western Ave.

The All White Experience

Spend Memorial Day on Chicago mega rooftop for Offshore first annual All White Experience.

Sweeping seen of the city, food, beverages, DJs and more. Ticket start at $40.

Offshore Rooftop 1000 E Grand Ave

3-9 pm Sunday

Mole De Mayo

At this annual Pilsen street fest, local chefs will face off to make best mole, the Mexican sauce famous for sweet and sour ingredients.

There will be music, dance and art.

On 18th street between Morgan and Halsted streets.

5-10 pm friday noon 10 pm Saturday and noon 9 pm Sunday.

$5-10 donation entry

Randolph Street Market

A biannual European style fest Randolph Street Market come back with more than 100 vendors selling antiques, handmade decor and more.

There will be live music.

Tickets are $5-15

10 am 5 pm Sunday and Saturday.

1341 W. Randolph St.

Belmont-Sheffield Music Festival

3200 N Sheffield Ave

The is $10 donation upon entry.

Tribute bands, DJs, food, libations

5-10 pm Friday and 11 am 10 pm Saturday Sunday

Memorial Day Wreath-Laying Ceremony & Parade

Chicago honors U.S. military personnel who died while serving in armed forces with wreath laying ceremony at 11 am and parade that starts at noon.

11 am Saturday

Daley Plaza 50 W Washington St and along State Street.

Brazilian Festival Chicago

Admission is free

Pioneer Court 401 N Michigan Ave

11 am 6 pm Saturday

Celebrate Brazilian culture near Chicago River with music, business and food.

Suenos Music Festival

Rauw Alejandro, Peso Pluma and Maluma are in focu for Latino music fest, Suenos.

Grant Park 331 E, Randolph St

Noon 10 pm Saturday Sunday

Tickets are sold out

Alejandro Meola

The show is free to attend and part of his tour across the Spain, Mexico, Canada and U.S.

Comfort Station 2579 N Milwaukee Ave

7 pm Thursday

Mental Health Forum

Richard J Dalley College 7500 S Pulaski Road

11 am 3 30 pm Saturday

Chicago based nonprofit Public Equity is holding mental health forum discussing Pathways to Buulding and Sustaining Healthy Communities.

Ramova Community Market

Ramova Theatre 3520 S Halsted St.

10 am Sunday

The Ramova Theater is hosting monthly community market where neighbors can buy good from local artist, farmers, in Bridgeport theater and its beer garden. There will be children and local non profit activities.

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