|Date:||Friday, May 31 - Sunday, June 02|
|Time:||Friday: 3-10pm; Saturday/Sunday: Noon-10pm|
|Location:|| 26th and California (Little Village)
2550 S California Ave.
|Beneficiary:||Little Village Chamber of Commerce|
Food aficionados will be in taste heaven as this celebration of South-of-the-Border cuisine returns for its fifth year to the Midwest’s largest Mexican community. Held on 26th Street in the heart of the Little Village neighborhood, Taste of Mexico is a three-day culinary extravaganza that will appeal to Chicagoans from every background.
One highlight will, of course, be nearly 20 neighborhood and other local restaurants selling authentic Mexican street foods including tacos, flautas, enchiladas, tortas, gorditas and more. There’s also a non-stop music/entertainment stage as well as arts & crafts for lovers of both Mexican foods and culture. And for kids and families, there’s a large carnival ride area.
3:00pm - DJ
4:00pm - DJ
5:00pm - TBC
6:00pm - TBC
7:00pm - TBC
8:00pm - RESPETO DE LA SIERRA
9:00pm - OBSESION
3:00pm - FOLKLORIC DANCERS
4:00pm - ORGULLO COSTENO
5:00pm - SWING DEL CARIBE
6:00pm - HERENCIA GUERRERENSE
7:00pm - LA NUEVA IMAGEN SONORA
8:00pm - ADAPTIVO 16. (tbc)
9:00pm - DIMENSION
3:00pm - FOLKLORIC DANCERS
4:00pm - CLAUDIA LA DE JALISCO MARIACHI LOS VIAJEROS
5:00pm - LA FE DE TIERRA CALIENTE
6:00pm - TROPICALISIMO SOL DE LA COSTA
7:00pm - BANDA LA DEVASTADORA
8:00pm - LOS SEMENTALES DE NUEVO LEON
9:00pm - LOVE SECRETO
About the Beneficiary: Little Village Chamber of Commerce
The Little Village Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization that has represented the interests of local businesses for more than 30 years. Its mission is to promote and support the growth and success of businesses in Little Village and to leverage the community’s unique cultural identity to generate new opportunities. The Chamber works closely with business and community leaders; government agencies; law enforcement; corporate partners; elected officials and others to address the issues that affect the community and the commercial area. The Little Village commercial area generated nearly $900 million in sales in 2001, a year that saw the nation endure a severe economic downturn. This fact reflects the perseverance and creativity of the area’s business owners and residents and serves as testament to the community’s vitality. The Little Village Chamber of Commerce serves its members and promotes the Little Village business community by focusing on these primary areas: Training, Assistance, Advocacy, and Commercial Development. Additional information about the Chamber’s program, events and activities and the Little Village community is available here on our web site.
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