PRLog - Sep. 10, 2012 - CHICAGO -- Chicago provides a number of fun fall festivals and activities for residents to enjoy, and some of the most popular year-after-year are the annual Oktoberfest celebrations throughout the city. The Lakeview neighborhood is host to Chicago's longest-running Oktoberfest, which is held at historic St. Alphonsus Church on Southport and Lincoln Ave. on September 28-30. This is an event not to be missed for those who enjoy great food, drink, and entertainment in the newly arrived fall weather.
Multiple food and drink vendors will sell beer, bratwurst, sauerkraut, pretzels, and plenty of other German and American fare. The festival will also include a full live entertainment lineup every day, which will include “old-world”
Aside from Oktoberfest, Lakeview has more than its share of entertainment, dining, and shopping offerings throughout the fall season. The neighborhood is home to many comedy venues, most notably the iO (formerly ImprovOlympic)
Among the many other outdoor festivals in Chicago this September is Riot Fest, the annual rock n' roll celebration beginning September 14 at The Congress Theatre and continuing for two more days in Humboldt Park. Riot Fest features a wide variety of bands, including The Offspring, Iggy Pop and The Stooges, and Chicago's Alkaline Trio. The annual Lincoln Square Apple Fest takes place on September 22, and Millennium Park’s Chicago Gourmet and The Hyde Park Jazz Festival round out the month, both falling on the weekend of September 29.
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