“Midwest” Afternoon Performers

American/Folk ‘n’ Roll with Southern Gothic roots, reminiscing heartbreak hangovers, whiskey-soaked lullabies; music born out of cornfields, cold winters and rust belt love letters.

“Native Tongue” at the Community Table

Food can unite and bring positive impact into Chicago communities. Through creating gourmet recipes with affordable ingredients that can be found in markets, corner stores, or supermercados, Native Tongue magazine…

“Glass Mountain” Morning Performers

Inspired by a love of old-time and early country, the women of Glass Mountain make music that captures the grit and beauty of the American folk tradition.

Aqualogue at the Community Table

Aqualogue aims to educate communities on their food systems through art, lectures, classes, and hands-on fun in our aquaponics learning center. We opened shop in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood in…

“Abigail Lee Hood” Afternoon Performer

Abigail Lee Hood plays solo folk/bluegrass music and sings. She plays acoustic covers on the guitar and plays bluegrass old-time fiddle.

“Dill Pickle” At The Community Table

Dill Pickle Food Co-Op offers healthy food choices and the benefits of a cooperative practice to build a vibrant local community and a more sustainable world. They meet community needs and…

“Karen Salmon” Morning Performer

Karen’s music is alternatively playful and stark and sits at a cozy intersection of rock, folk and country. Karen wakes up to Led Zeppelin, goes to sleep to Ella Fitzgerald…

“Matthew Farmer” Afternoon Performer

Matt Farmer is a trial lawyer and bar room singer. He has performers at venues from the Jacara Club in Hiroshima Japan to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame…

“Abud Abard” Morning Performer

“Abud: A Bard – Tales and tunes and fantastical notions. At your service to delight and inspire.”

“Blue Blobs” Afternoon Performers

Blue Blobs, a Musical Experience! Kind of folksy with a country twang, but more poppy and rocky.