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Edge Fest

Saturday & Sunday, Aug. 2-3, 2014 - Broadway, from Thorndale to Ardmore

Join us on August 2 and 3 for EdgeFest, our third annual summer street festival! We’ll have 2 live music stages, plenty of food, beer, and sangria, a vendor market, and a great kids’ zone! Edge Fest will take place on Broadway from Thorndale to Ardmore.

If you are a business, artist, or organization interested in participating in EdgeFest this year, please see links below to view booth applications. If you have any questions about EdgeFest, contact Ally Brisbin at ally@edgewater.org or (773) 561-6000.

EdgeFest Food Vendor Application
EdgeFest Merchant Application
EdgeFest Artisan Application
EdgeFest Non-Profit Application
EdgeFest Promotional Booth Application

2013 Entertainment Line Up

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Main Stage (North)

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Second Stage (South)

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How to Get Here

EdgeFest is conveniently located close to public transportation: Red line (Thorndale stop) and CTA Bus (Broadway 36, Sheridan Road 136, 147 and 151). Metered and free street parking is also available nearby. There’s plenty of bike parking under the Thorndale El, as well!

About Edgewater

Edgewater is bursting with authenticity, diversity, and character.  The neighborhood, bordering Loyola’s Lake Shore campus directly to the south, is home to coffee shops, ice cream shops, local theatres, comic book stores, charming retail, service providers, antique stores, and ethnic restaurants offering global cuisine.  It’s all just a short stroll from the Loyola University Lake Shore campus.  Explore nearby streets like Granville, Devon, Broadway, Thorndale, Berwyn, and the historic district of Bryn Mawr.  All are easily accessible by foot, bike, or the CTA Red Line.  Edgewater is also located right along Lake Michigan and offers great beaches, like Hollywood Beach, Osterman Beach, and Foster Beach.  Don’t forget to grab your bike for a fun ride along the lake shore bike path.

Presented by

  • Edgewater Chamber of Commerce

In cooperation and with support from

  • 48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman
  • State Senator Heather Steans
  • State Representative Kelly Cassidy
  • SSA #26