Midsommarfest is located in Andersonville, a neighborhood located in the Chicago northside. The festival takes place on Clark, from Foster to Gregory (just north of Catalpa).
Yes, though crowded- the festival is as accessible as possible to allow for wheelchairs.
Yes, food is available to purchase from both vendors and at the restaurants participating in the festival. Check back for a complete list of food vendors.
Midsommarfest Street Closure information June 09-11, 2023
The following streets will be closed as of Thursday, June 8 at 11:59PM
- Clark Street from Foster to Gregory
- Farragut from the alley (1476 W) to Clark Street
- Berwyn from the alley east of Clark (1476 W) to Ashland
- Summerdale from the alley east of Clark (1476 W) to Ashland
- Balmoral from the alley east of Clark (1476 W) to Ashland
- Rascher from the alley east of Clark (1476 W) to Ashland
- Catalpa from the alley east of Clark (1476 W) to Ashland
All closed streets will reopen by June 12 @ 6AM
Alcohol is available for purchase by those who are 21 and older with a valid ID. Alcohol purchased at the beer booths along the festival footprint may be carried within the boundaries of the festival. If you purchase alcohol at a bar or restaurant, you may not leave the establishment with the drink.
The festival hours are
Sunday: 12-10PM (11AM - 12PM for those who are immunocompromised)
Cash, Credit Card and Venmo. There are ATM’s onsite and please use @avillechamber for venmo payments
Yes, dogs are allowed into the festival. If your dog has sensory sensitivities, please note that it does get crowded and there will be live music and performances.
**schedule is subject to change & updated daily**
Midsommarfest 2023 Sponsors
Official Hydration Sponsor
Zero-Proof Cocktails Sponsor
Energy Drink Sponsor
Cafe Seating Sponsor
Orange Shoe Personal Fitness
Strange Cargo Tees