What’s Happening in June 2016


Major Events & Conventions

Copa America Soccer Tournament at Soldier Field anticipates a grand total of 150,000 fans.  The tournament starts June 3 and games begin at Soldier Field June 5th.
Chicago is proud to host America’s Cup which is the first time the event will happen in a body of fresh water. Starts Friday, June 10th, 2016 – Sunday June 12, 2016


With an estimated 50,000 attendees, NeoCon is the largest commercial design trade show in North America, taking place at Merchandise Mart, starting Monday, June 13th 2016.


Find out About all of the Events in Chicago with the Events Calendar from Choose Chicago (Click the Image)



Chicago Traveler’s Calendar of Festivals, Theater, Shows, Sporting Events & More (Click the Image)




Networking Events

Networking Events from Crain’s (Click Image)
Networking Events from Eventbrite (Click Image)
Local Networking Events on Time Out Chicago


Fundraising Events

Black Tech Mecca Fundraiser – Click the image for Tickets

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM @ Fremont – 15 West Illinois Street, Chicago, IL 60654 – Tickets Starting at $25 (Click the image to get tickets from EventBrite)

Proceeds go to Black Tech Mecca which is a non-profit organization specializing in developing technology opportunities for the black community.

Chefs and the City – Heartland Health Outreach Fundraiser



Thursday, June 2 from 6:30 P.M. until 9:30 P.M. @ Montgomery Club – 500 W Superior St. Chicago, IL 60654

Major event sponsors include CS Magazine, Bombay Sapphire, Ariel Investments, DineAmic, Fortune Fish & Gourmet and Samatas Premium.

Complimentary cocktails from Bombay Sapphire and fine wines are included with each ticket purchase. Tickets are $125.00 Click Here to Purchase

Featuring delicious bites ranging from fine dining to gastropubs, foodies from all corners of the city will love this real taste of Chicago. Proceeds from Chefs and the City and the After Party will support Heartland Health Outreach’s HIV/AIDS services, providing medical care and food and nutrition to homeless and low-income Chicagoans.

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