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Chicago Bulls announces inaugural street festival this fall, during Labor Day weekend


Chicago Bulls announced March 11 opens with an inaugural street event, Bulls Fest, which will take place on the United Center campus over the weekend on Labor Day (September 3-4). The two-day festival will include a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, live music, art exhibitions, classes for children, as well as food and drink.

March brought good news for the city’s entertainment

March 2022 was a really good month. Once we find out, we return ours St. Patrick’s Paradenews of the Adler Planetarium has come to beautify our skies.

Adler Planetarium, an attraction of the museum town that is loved by the people of Chicago and beyond, reopened almost two years later, welcoming guests with new options and ticket sales procedures designed to ensure public safety.

After almost two years since visitors had the opportunity to see the play at the Granger Sky Theater, looked at scale models of the planets of our solar system or peered into the tiny Gemini 12 capsule that took a couple of astronauts into space and back on Friday, March 4, the planetarium reopened. The Adler Planetarium was the last major institution in Chicago to reopen after closing when the pandemic began, and we couldn’t be happier.

Getting a brand new festival in Chicago, as well as from the most iconic and beloved Bulls, is another great piece of news we’re getting this month.

Bulls dive into the iconic culture of the city’s street festival

The two-day festival (September 3-4) will feature a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, live music, art exhibitions, classes for children, and food and drink.

“Bulls Fest reflects our commitment to creating legendary experiences for our fans through basketball and advocating for local artists and businesses that make our city so wonderful,” said Michael Reinsdorf, President and Chief Operating Officer. “We are excited to include Bulls Fest in Chicago’s exciting line of street festivals and close the summer with fans and the city supporting our team day in and day out.”

Bulls Fest, celebrating the iconic culture of Chicago’s street festivals, offers free admission for all fans and a new opportunity to feel out of town and get excited while the Bulls prepare for the 2022-2023 regular season.

Music, sports, food, drinks and overall a good time

The festival will mainly run along Madison Street between Wood Street and Damen Avenue and will feature food and beverages from Chicago’s famous bars and restaurants. Fans will also find live music and entertainment from famous and local artists, as well as performances by Bucket Boys, Bulls DJs, Incredibulls, Luvabulls and, of course, Benny the Bull. Participants will also enjoy craftsmanship and demonstrations of dunks on the main courts during the festival weekend.

The festival is a 3-on-3 basketball tournament that is now open registration with starting prices until April 30, welcomes participants aged eight from all skill levels to the elite division. The tournament will take place on the courts set up in Lot C, located on the north side of the United Center. Teams will be divided into networks and guaranteed games on Saturday and Sunday. Wheels for wheelchair basketball teams will also be included in the tournament.

Bulls Fest will stretch to the United Center Atrium with a 1966 gallery that highlights Chicago’s vibrant art scene, showcasing the design and artistic interpretation of basketball and the Bulls brand from local artists in partnership with All Star Press Chicago – an all-in-one art gallery, retail space and a printing studio located in Logan Square. Fans will be able to purchase exclusive Bulls Fest products at the Madhouse Team Store, with part of the proceeds going to support the Chicago Bulls Charities charity.

Laughter will also return to the city this fall

The Bull Festival is not the only entertainment opportunity we expect this fall.

There are many other opportunities to have a good time in and around the city. Advance planning will help you find the best deals and enjoy all that Chicago has to offer.

Two stand-up comedy titans, Chris Rock and Kevin Hart, have announced the dates of their tour and we’re excited to say they bring back joy to Chicago This fall is also another sign that things are gradually returning to normal.

As for the recently announced Bulls Fest, to register for the 3v3 tournament and receive Bulls Fest alerts with more information about the event, visit www.bullsfest.comwhere additional details of the festival will be published before the event.

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