Fest Info

The Humboldt Park neighborhood has the largest Puerto Rican population in the city and the center of Puerto Rican culture throughout the Midwest. Making this the perfect destination to celebrate Puerto Rican Day in Chicago.

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Opening Hours

Friday 4pm-10pm

Saturday & Sunday 12pm-10pm

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Location

HUMBOLDT PARK

2800 W. Division & Mozart

Chicago, IL 60622

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Vendor Opportunities 

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Vendor Opportunities for:

  • Authentic Puerto Rican Restaurants, Food Trucks, Cafes & Chefs

  • Bakery, Pastry Chef, Ice Cream Maker and Confectioner

  • Boutiques, Artisans, Designers and Makers

  • Artists, Paint & Sip Instructors &  DIY Workshops

  • Services, Informational and Education

Applications will open soon, email us at Dynamic Productions to receive application info as soon as it becomes available. Let us know what category you are applying for. 

Volunteer Opportunities 

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Volunteer Opportunities for:

  • San Juan Trail- Welcome Guests and provide information

  • Social Media, Streaming, Podcasts Programming

  • Assist Local Biz - Boutiques, Artisans, Designers and Makers

  • Assist Local Artists, Paint Instructors &  DIY Workshops

  • Be a part of the creativity during the set up and building sets. 

Applications will open soon, email us at Dynamic Productions to receive application info as soon as it becomes available. Let us know what category you are applying for. 

Transportation 

For those coming from the South or East of the park – Downtown & the Loop:

  • Take the CTA BLUE LINE towards O’HARE. Exit at the DIVISION stop. Then board the #70 DIVISION BUS westbound. Take the #70 DIVISION BUS twelve stops to CALIFORNIA & DIVISION, and you will be dropped off at the Main Entrance.

For those coming from the Northwest – O’HARE Airport:

  • Take the CTA BLUE LINE towards FOREST PARK. Exit at CALIFORNIA. When exiting to the street, walk the same direction as the train was traveling to utilize the southeast exit. Walk South down to CALIFORNIA AVE. Board the #52 CALIFORNIA bus south. Take the bus to CALIFORNIA & DIVISION and you will be dropped off at the Main Entrance. 

  • Taking a cab to the festival will also serve as an alternative to public transit. To help with ride accommodations, we have partnered with Uber and Lyft this year, an app-based transportation network capable of assigning a driver to pick you up via the GPS on your mobile device. Head here for more information:

Leaving the Festival

  • The #72 North Ave. Bus and #70 Division Bus routes will be running extra buses each night as the festival lets out #72 North Ave buses will be stationed at the northeast corner of the park, at the intersection of North & California. #70 Division St. buses will be stationed along California Ave. (contrary to their usual stop along Division near the intersection at California), and will then turn left onto Division and continue along its normal path east down Division. Taxis will line up along the Division St. and California Ave. at the end of the festival each night to accommodate cab service for outbound festival patrons.

Bike Parking

  • We are excited to offer secure, onsite bike parking thanks to some help from our friends at West Town Bikes. This year’s bike parking will be located near the main entrance at Division & California accommodate up to 1,000 bikes!

  • To generate a bike route to the festival, input your starting address as point A HERE.
    Divvy, Chicago’s bike sharing system, is a great option for those who do not own a bike, but are interested in biking to the festival. Divvy stations are located throughout the city and will have increased infrastructure at stations nearby at California & Division and California & North. For more information and to view a station map of all Divvy stations, visit their website HERE.