1865 Fest. (Courtesy of the WCA Alliance)

Juneteenth celebrations are just around the corner, and there are plenty of ways you can celebrate the holiday in Chicago. Here’s a look at some events that are worth checking out.

Chicago Pride Fest, 2022. (Steven Koch / Northalsted)

Get ready for fun with this guide to neighborhood street fests, art shows, outdoor concerts and cultural celebrations of all sizes across Chicago and the suburbs.

(Credit: Sueños Music Festival)

And for the third consecutive year at Grant Park’s Hutchinson Field, the Sueños Music Festival is set to celebrate reggaeton and Latin music artists during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

Dancing at Millennium Park. (Patrick L. Pyszka / City of Chicago)

Chicago is hosting a summer’s worth of free world-class arts programming for Millennium Park’s 20th anniversary season. The 2024 lineup offers a variety of live music, festivals and even fitness activities.

The 40th annual Chicago Latino Film Festival kicks off April 11, 2024. Here, a sign for the festival hangs at the Davis Theater in Lincoln Square. (WTTW News)

This year’s lineup includes 50 feature films and 35 short films from artists in Latin America, the U.S., Spain and Portugal.

(Courtesy of Chicago Loop Alliance)

Everyone’s favorite downtown block party is back. Chicago Loop Alliance organizes Sundays on State with the goal of cultivating community and amplifying art and culture within the Loop.

(Courtesy of Bull Stock Media)

Professional Bull Riders is a sports league based on the most popular event at rodeos: bull riding, the man-versus-beast contest in which a cowboy rides a bull in search of eight seconds of glory and a slice of prize money. A tour is coming to Rosemont Jan. 12-13.

Caroling at “Cloud Gate” in 2019. (Courtesy of the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events)

A magic show, menorah lighting and Pocket Con usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in Chicago.

“Wintergreen” at the Lincoln Park Conservatory. (Chicago Park District)

A winter walk, art exhibit and community lighting event usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in Chicago.

Viking pub crawl. (Jamie Kelter Davis)

A tree lighting, makers markets and Italian food usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in and around Chicago.

The annual “Christmas Around the World” exhibit at Museum of Science and Industry. (Heidi Peters / Museum of Science and Industry Chicago)

Whether you’re interested in theater or light shows, ice skating or shopping, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this holiday season. We’ve rounded up some of the season’s highlights in Chicago and the suburbs.

Chicago Jazz Festival (Courtesy of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events)

Get ready for fun with this guide to neighborhood street fests, art shows, outdoor concerts and cultural celebrations of all sizes across Chicago and the suburbs.

(Courtesy of Chicago Botanic Garden)

Comedy shows, a French market and dazzling lights usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in and around Chicago.

The cast of “The Greatest Show On Earth” takes center stage during the opening scene, “Welcome to the Show.” (Courtesy of Ringling)

A dance series, film festival and Native American art usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in and around Chicago.

(Courtesy of the Lincoln Park Zoo)

Spooky music, pet costume contests and a deli exhibit usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in and around Chicago.

Arts in the Dark Halloween Parade 2018 (Distract Your Face Photography)

A musical showcase, aura portraits and a clothing swap usher in the weekend. Here are five things to do in and around Chicago.