Fulton Market Harvest Fest Celebrates Second Year

fulton market harvest festThe ultimate fall block party is back for its second year and our stomachs are ready.

Fulton Market Harvest Fest will have live music, craft beer, cooking demos, and booths from the city’s best restaurants for a weekend of family-friendly fun.

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Organized by Chefs Stephanie Izard and Paul Kahan, Fulton Market Harvest Fest brings together Chicago’s culinary talent with chefs from around the country. Expect awesome dinners, and cooking and beverage classes that will leave you with enough confidence to be the next Master Chef.

To top it off, proceeds from the fest will benefit Pilot Light, a food-focused charity.

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If you attend the fest, make sure to gather around the KitchenAid Demo Stage to see some of your favorite chefs reveal their inside tips and recipes:

 

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Saturday, September 30th:

Chris Cosentino, Jason Dady, Marc Forgione, Cosmo Goss, Sarah Grueneberg, Bill Kim, Shota Nakajima, Jonathon Sawyer, Fabio Viviani and more!

 

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Sunday, October 1st:

John Besh, Jamie Bissonnette, Joe Flamm, Marc Forgione, Cosmo Goss, Sarah Grueneberg, Stephanie Izard, Paul Kahan, Aaron Sanchez, Erling Wu-Bower and more!

 

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If you’re a foodie, you won’t be disappointed. Fulton Market Street Fest will feature booths from the following restaurants:

Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, Swift & Sons, Bar Siena, Beatrix, Spiaggia, Girl & the Goat, Cemitas Puebla, The Publican, Kuma’s Corner, Little Goat Diner, Belly QGlazed and Infused, and GT Fish & Oyster.

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Photo Credit: Galdones Photography

General admission resale tickets are on sale for $30, which grants you $20 worth of food and beverage tickets, and a branded beer mug. VIP tickets are on sale for $200, which grants you $50 worth of food and beverage tickets, access to VIP lounges and special programming, a branded beer mug, and access to private bathrooms. Kids 10 and under are free.

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Forget the pumpkin patch. We’ll be celebrating the beginning of fall at Harvest Fest. Purchase your tickets here.

 

Music lineup TBA

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