Chicago Hot Dog Fest

When
Sunday, August 11th
11am – 3pm

Where:
Chicago History Museum – Uihlein Plaza located behind the Museum
1601 N. Clark St.

Description:
Celebrate Hot Dog Tradition!
The first annual Chicago Hot Dog Fest features more than eight different takes on the American hot dog, live music, games, and a cash bar. Bruce Kraig and Patty Carroll, authors of Man Bites Dog, will speak about hot dog culture in America, and the Museum house band Rusty and the Artifacts will delight you with classic Chicago blues.

Location
Uihlein Plaza located behind the Museum

Admission
The outdoor event is free, and you can enjoy the Museum for free from 2:30–4:30 p.m.

Food and Drink Tickets
Food and non-alcoholic beverage tickets are $2 each or eight for $10. Kids’ special: six for $5.
Alcoholic beverages can be purchased at a cash bar.

Show Up Early!
The first 100 guests receive eight free tickets, good for one free picnic meal.

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