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- Event details coming soon.
- No Re-entry without a VIP pass.
- Rain or Shine
- Tickets/stubs must be kept on your person at all times
- Wristbands void if tampered with or removed
- Line Up / Set times subject to change
- Everyone subject to search upon entry
- The festival is all ages. Age 5 & under are free when accompanied by a paying adult.
- NO free parking is provided. Street parking is available. Seek out public transportation options at transitchicago.com
- No refunds or exchanges, tickets are non-transferable.
- If you have questions regarding Ruido Fest tickets, please contact Ticketfly.
Here’s a list of Yes’ and No’s:
- No Audio Recording Devices
- No Blankets
- No Bota Bags
- No Chains / Chain Wallets
- No Chairs
- No Drones, Remote Control Aircraft, Toys/Cars
- No Drugs & Drug Paraphernalia
- No Fireworks / Explosives
- No Flags
- No Hula Hoops
- No Ins & Outs
- No Instruments
- No Laser Pointers
- No Knives / Weapons Etc.
- No Outside Food & Beverages
- No Pets
- No Professional Cameras / SLR Types
- No Selfie sticks / Self-absorbed people
- No Sharpies / Markers / Spray Cans
- No Stuffed Animals
- No Refunds / Exchanges / Cancellations
- No Tents
- No Tailgating in the Neighborhood
- No Totems
- No Umbrellas
- No Video Cameras
- Yes All Ages Welcome
- Yes Ages 5 & Under Free (With paid adult)
- Yes Backpacks (Medium size only)
- Yes Camelpacks (EMPTY)
- Yes Cell Phones & chargers
- Yes Cigarettes
- Yes Cowboy Boots / Cowboy Hats
- Yes Dancing Shoes / Wristbands
- Yes Digital & Film Cameras (Non-Pro, Non-SLR)
- Yes Fanny Packs
- Yes GoPros (no poles or extenders)
- Yes Hats
- Yes Lighters
- Yes Parasols
- Yes Small Beach Towel
- Yes Smiles, Laughing
- Yes Sun Block
- Yes Sunglasses
1301 W. 14th ST.
Chicago, IL 60608
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The Chicago Park District established the much-needed park in 1946, part of a ten-year plan to increase recreational opportunities in under-served neighborhoods after World War II. The park’s name honors Jane Addams (1860-1935), the world-renowned social reformer who devoted her life to serving the economic and social needs of the Near West Side’s disadvantaged immigrant community. Addams’ base of operations was her Hull House on nearby Halsted Street, one of North America’s first settlement houses. In addition to her work in Chicago, Addams actively promoted national legal reforms, including tenement-house regulation, factory inspection, and workers’ compensation. Addams was awarded the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts.
getting to the park
The Main Entrance to the fest will be at the corner of 15th & Loomis St. Addams/Medill Park is within a short walk of the CTA Pink Line trains at the 18th Street and Polk Street stops, as well as the Blue Line trains at the Racine stop. It is also accessible from the Ashland, Roosevelt and 18th St CTA buses. For more info on getting to the fest, visit transitchicago.com
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