Just another Chicago festival? The more I read about Brilliant Corners of Popular Amusements the more I realized it did not sound like the typical Chicago festival. The About page of their site states, “Our ultimate goal is to create a distinct environment that allows a wide audience to be entertained with the most creative ideas and performers regardless of genre. As a production the event has no stylistic boundaries, it can incorporate circus artists, music, comedians, short film and hopefully more.”
The creator is Mike Reed of Pitchfork fame. He designed the event to have something for everyone in a unique and oddly entertaining way. Its sounds intriguing enough to go see for yourself. Of course my question: Is there food? Yes, there is FOOD. There will be a farmers market on Saturday and Sunday featuring some great Midwest vendors.
Besides the farmers market there are also a number of free events as well. Here are a couple: Walk for Fun and for anyone that missed Renegade Craft Fair last weekend, a Renegade Craft Fair Pop Up Market.
The website itself is really well designed and is packed with information so go there and check it out for more info: