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‘Chicago In Tune’ Will See Concerts, Musical Workshops And More Across City During Month-Long Festival

The festival is part of the city's celebration of reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

People gather for a concert at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park in July 2018.
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CHICAGO — People across Chicago can celebrate music during a new month-long festival.

Chicago In Tune will run Aug. 19-Sept. 19 at venues across the city. The festival promotes concerts, live music at various venues, free workshops for musicians, public art and more, according to a city news release.

There will also be special events at Millennium Park, according to the city.

Some events will be ticketed, while others will are free. A schedule is available online.

The festival is part of the city’s celebration of reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Venues that want to participate can submit events online.

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