ROGERS PARK — The city is set to celebrate Pride throughout the weekend — and Rogers Park is no exception.
The annual Pride North festival will takeover the Glenwood Arts District all weekend long on Glenwood Avenue directly west of the Morse Red Line station, with the main event spanning from noon-2 a.m. Sunday.
Nearly 10,000 people are expected to attend the event, which includes DJs, live music, dancing, food and drinks, VIP lounges and more across two stages and three dance floors.
Here's the schedule:
Pub 626 and The Glenwood serve as anchors to the fest, but many Rogers Park establishments will have their doors open for business, along with an array of neighborhood vendors with items for sale.
Rogers Park has the fourth-highest number of married gay couples in the city since 2014, and is renowned for its Glenwood Arts corridor.
Police will also be patrolling the neighborhood during the festival as part of a DUI Strike Force between 7 p.m.-3 a.m. to be on the lookout for impaired drivers.
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