Stache Bash: Chicago Twenty Somethings Mustache Crawl
Real or fake, bust out your facial follicles for a Wrigleyville bar crawl to (maybe) remember.
High sticking: Besides benefiting Blackhawk Dave Bolland’s charity, Tito’s and 312 offer charity via drink specials.
Sat noon-8p. Meet at Casey Moran’s, 3660 N. Clark St., Wrigleville. $10-16 here.
Nearby: Rockit Burger Bar; Deuces & the Diamond Club; Cubby Bear
Block Stars: Old St. Pat’s World’s Largest Block Party
Zone out to sprawling indie collective Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros after you zone into the bean bag tourney.
High class: Upgrade from Miller Lite and Connie’s Pizza inside the VIP lounge ($80) with food catered by West End Grill.
Fri-Sat 5:30-10:30p. Old St. Patrick’s Church, 700 W. Adams St., West Loop (312-648-1021). $40-80 here.
Nearby: Dugan’s; Al’s Beef; Bacino’s
Art House: Gold Coast Art Fair
Replace that Brian Urlacher poster with fine art from $25 to $25,000 at one of the country’s finest juried fairs.
Peep show: Pair live speed painting and a graffiti wall for your eyes with turkey legs and Polish sausage for your mouth.
Sat-Sun 10a-6p. Grant Park Butler Field, 400 E. Monroe St., Loop (847-926-4300). Free.
Nearby: Rudy’s Bar & Grille, Piano Terra; Oysy
Pork Out: Porky’s Rib Fest
No, it’s not another Porky’s sequel (although that would be awesome) — it’s a stadium covered in BBQ sauce (also good).
Enter entrée: Carnival rides, fireworks, and a KISS cover band meet Aussom Aussie and Chicago BBQ Co. ribs.
Tonight-Fri 4-11p, Sat 1-11p, Sun noon-11p. Toyota Park, 7000 S. Harlem Ave., Bridgeview (708-378-0102). $10 per day; $30 for four-day pass here.
Nearby: Taqueria Las Magueyes; Chicago Race Factory; Southern Belles