Chicago Summer Festivals: Healthy Survival Guide

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Pack your sunscreen and dancing shoes–it’s officially festival season in Chicago! Whether you plan to check out Tiësto’s headlining set at Spring Awakening, or Cecile McLorin Salvant’s closing performance at the Chicago Jazz Festival, you’ll want to stay in tip-top shape all summer long. We take the guesswork out of staying healthy this festival season, with tips for staying safe, hydrated, and prepared at the season’s biggest events.

Let us know which festival you’re gearing up for, and if you like our guide, feel free to share it on your web site or blog.

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