Douglas Park

Douglas Park is a large Chicago Park District park that serves as a cultural and community center on the West Side of ChicagoIllinois. It is named after the U.S. Senator Stephen A. Douglas. Originally named South Park,[1] its 173 acres (0.70 km2) are in the North Lawndale community area with an official address of 1401 S. Sacramento Drive.[2]

Douglas Park is the newest location for Chicago's Riot Fest:

Riot Fest is an annual 3-day music festival based in Chicago, Illinois at Douglas Park. Riot Fest specializes in rockpunkalternative rock, and hip hop. The festival is known for booking reunions, guest performances, and full album performances.[1] First started as a multi-venue festival in Chicago in 2005, Riot Fest has since become an outdoor festival starting in 2012, later expanding to Denver and Toronto.

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