Chicago's Square Roots Festival returns this year with over 60 musical acts and vendors pouring over 30 craft beers. The festival is held on Lincoln Avenue, between Montrose and Wilson. The event is produced by the Old Town School of Folk Music in conjunction with local businesses in the Lincoln Square neighborhood.
Along with acts on the outdoor stages, other acts will perform on stages in the school's two facilities on Lincoln Avenue. The fest opened on Friday evening, attracting crowds from the area.
Chicago is a city of neighborhoods. During the summer months and into the fall there are numerous neighborhood festivals that provide entertainment, food, and other activities. They also give people a chance to experience the diverse neighborhoods in Chicago.
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