Old St. Pat's World's Largest "Blackhawk" Party

Celebrate the Cup at the 29th Annual World's Largest Block Party

Jun 26, 2013, 17:32 ET from Old St. Patrick's Church

CHICAGO, June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In honor of our hometown champions, the first 500 people to arrive in Chicago Blackhawks gear will receive an additional drink ticket. Each year nearly 18,000 people enjoy two blocks of music, food and fun - this year is no exception as Gretchen Wilson and Phil Vassar will be co-headlining World's Largest Block Party's first ever country line-up on Saturday night. Friday night will be led by indie rock artists, Punch Brothers and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros.

Friday, June 28th

Saturday, June 29th

Main Stage

Main Stage

Edward Sharpe and the

Magnetic Zeros


Gretchen Wilson


Punch Brothers

Phil Vassar


The Shams Band 

Michele McGuire

South Stage

South Stage

No Love for Linus

Out for Hours

Vintage Blue

South of 80


2013 Celebrity Bartenders


Friday, June 28th

Saturday, June 29th

Aly Bockler – WCIU-TV

Borris Powell – Fashion Designer

Jason Knowles – ABC 7

Amy Jacobson – AM 560

Charlie Wojciechowski – NBC 5

John Garcia – ABC 7

Frank Holland – WGN-TV

Natalie Martinez – NBC 5

Andrea Metcalf – Fitness guru

Stefan Holt – NBC 5

Alex Perez – World News Tonight

Daniella Guzman – NBC 5

Dr. Ian Smith – Author, Physician

Duffy Atkins – WGN-TV/CLTV

Krystle Gutierrez – WGN-TV

Kris Gutierrez – CBS 2

Jeff Conway – 24/7 Chicago

Tammie Souza – Fox Chicago

Dina Bair – WGN-TV



Tickets on sale now

Time:      5:30 p.m.10:30 p.m.

Tickets:     $40.00 general admission per day; $45.00 at gate; admission includes 4 drink tickets

Where:    The entry gate is located at Madison and Des Plaines in Chicago's West Loop and the Party takes up two full city blocks!

Why:  Proceeds support Old St. Patrick's Church and the Center for Social Concerns on the Old St. Pat's Campus which houses the following outreach programs: Horizons for Youth; Career Transitions Center of Chicago and the Global Alliance for Africa.

SOURCE Old St. Patrick's Church