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4th Annual City Made Fest Returns To Andersonville This Weekend

By Josh McGhee | September 13, 2016 5:15am
 The City Made Fest has been held in Andersonville since 2013.
The City Made Fest has been held in Andersonville since 2013.
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Timmy Samuel/Andersonville Chamber of Commerce

ANDERSONVILLE — The only street festival that exclusively features music, craft beers and music made in Chicago returns to Andersonville this weekend.

From noon to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, the fourth annual City Made Fest, which also has "an unparalleled Chicago-made artisan marketplace" will take place along Clark Street from Argyle Street to Carmen Avenue, according to its website.

Saturday's performers include: the Oh Yeahs, the Cell Phones, Katie Todd Band, Celine Neon, Vaudezilla! Burlesque Cabaret, Marrow and Santah.

Sunday's performers include: Gerald Dowd, Yoko and the Oh No's, J Livi and The Party, the Right Now, Vaudezilla! Burlesque Cabaret, Lamajamal, Live Arts by Cooney Artworks, Zebo, PHNM and Light. Em. Up.

You can check out music samples of the band here.

The festival will feature brews from Half Acre Beer Company, Revolution Brewing, Empirical Brewery and Right Beer Cider.

All proceeds from the festival support the Eco-Andersonville programs of the Andersonville Sustainable Community Alliance.