The event Thursday costs $25 and includes food samples, beer and wine.
The 2011 movie "The Help," starring Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer, will be shown on Sunday.
The band's song "This Town" is a favorite among fans.
Live zydeco music, runway shows and a pub crawl from the makers of TBOX are all on tap.
The show will run from Aug. 30 to Nov. 22.
The artwork will be installed in 2015.
Steven Strafford, 36, will perform his comedy, "Methtacular," at Theater Wit.
Proceeds from drink sales will benefit a charity working with homeless LGBT youths.
The house band Polaris is also set to perform during the show.
Norwood Park native Terry Kath, leader of the band Chicago, died too soon to become a household name.
The mapping company has a mobile navigation app and powers maps for companies like Bing and Yahoo.
The winning artist will receive $500.
The ballet company will offer a digital sneak peek behind the scenes for the first time.
The 29th annual fest is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday in a Bucktown park.
Spirit of Music Garden, 601 S. Michigan Ave., All Day
1400 W. Taylor St., All Day
3030 W. Fullerton Ave., from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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