The world's largest and oldest African-American parade enters its 89th year celebrating Chicago's youth. The parade's two-mile route begins in the Bronzeville neighborhood and continues north on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, concluding in Washington Park with a picnic that features vendors and performers.
|Venue name:||Martin Luther King Dr from 35th to 55th|
3436 S Martin Luther King Dr
|Cross street:||at 35th St|
|Transport:||El stop: Green to 35-Bronzeville-III. Bus: 1, 3, 4, 35.|