BashWabashLogoWe are taking a break this summer to focus on promoting other South Loop events.  We hope you will support us in celebrating “100 years of Willie Dixon” and other events to be announced!

2014 marked the Eleventh Year Anniversary for the “Bash On Wabash” with the goal of bringing neighbors and businesses alike, from near and far, to a festival that showcases the beauty, creativity, history and culture of the South Loop.

Located in the heart of the neighborhood on Wabash Avenue between 13th Street and 14th Place, this years’ “Bash on Wabash” promises to be an experience to remember!

Benefiting the Greater South Loop Association (GSLA) and a portion of proceeds to the South Loop Food Pantry, this lively, colorful festival will have something to offer everyone including a wide variety of musical acts, food and beverages (including beer and wine), arts & crafts, an elaborate children’s area, vendor booths, and so much more!


    1. Hi there! No, unfortunaetly there is no free parking at the event. There is street parking on most of the surrounding streets, and the Bash is very accessible by CTA bus and rail, as well as Metra and Divvy.

  1. Hey neighbors, long time Sloopy resident here. Many of you know me from the Sloopin.com site where I post and quasi moderate, I hope to see you all at this year’s bash–it’s a great event.

    Organizers, if you need any help at this year’s bash please let me know and let me know how to reach you. I would be good at security or collecting the contribution money.

    See you this weekend!


  2. I have just returned from an amazing experience. The Bash on Wabash is a philanthropic festival. The most amazing, loving and fun loving people were volunteers. Each one of them precious.

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