Sueños Fest Kicks Off Summer

Delilah was among the artists who performed on the last day of the 3rd annual Sueños Fest at Grant Park.

Suenos 2024 was a success despite some inconvenience. The 3rd annual Sueños Fest
took place this past weekend at Grant Park right next to the Buckingham Fountain. The
festival kicked off on Saturday at 12pm with the opening act being Red Bull Batalla.
Saturday featured many great artist such as Elena Rose, Latin Mafia, Alvaro Diaz, Xavi,
Rels B, Bizarrap and the closing acts, Ivan Cornejo, Young Miko who returned for his
second year, and last, Rauw Alejandro who closed the show off with a bang for day one.

The Sueños Fest definitely kicked off summer-time Chi right. Not only were
there many amazing artists, but you could also enjoy many activations such as getting on a
Ferris wheel. Attendees also enjoyed the food or drink the festival had to offer, buying merch, and relaxing in the lounges that were provided.

Due to the weather on Sunday the festival was delayed leaving the attendees frustrated
due to missing some of their favorite artists, but that didn’t stop them from having a good
time. The festival was supposed to open up at noon, unfortunately again due to
weather, it opened up at 4:00. Sunday’s performance consisted of Delilah, Alexis Y Fido,
Jowell Y Randy, Bad Gyal, Mora, Gabito, Muluma, and last but not least, Peso Pluma, whose
set was, unfortunately, cut short due to the weather again.

Rauw Alejandro

I would definitely encourage everyone to check out Sueños Fest 2025, as I can see the
festival getting bigger and bigger as the years go by. I would honestly give this festival a
9 out of 10, and that is just because of the weather delay.


By Christopher Lockridge

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Written by Christopher Lockridge

Hey. I'm Lock and I'm a very chill person. I adapt to my environment and I'm unpredictable, so expect the unexpected. 

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