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Cinco de Mayo in Little Village
For the second year in a row, Chicago’s Little Village neighborhood will host a 3-day festival in remembrance of the Battle of Pueblo, which occurred on May 5, 1862.
The annual celebration on 26th Street and Kostner Avenue are some of the biggest in the Midwest.
The festivities will begin Friday night at 6pm. Admission to the festival is free and family friendly. Musical acts will perform on Saturday and Sunday, and will include Ansiedad de Tierra Caliente and Compas del Terre.
Chicago’s Cinco de Mayo Festival Details
When: Friday, May 6 – Sunday, May 8
Hours: Fri (6pm-11pm), Sat & Sun (2pm-11pm)
Where: 26th Street and South Kostner Avenue