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With the support of the Consulate General Of France in Chicago

www.frenchinchicago.com for details

Vive la France…

July 14th is an annual holiday French people celebrate. It’s their National “Bastille Day” which represents the historic date of the end of the Monarchy in France. People usually get together that day in all cities and villages across the country to share good times and remember this major event in French history. The Chicago French Bastille Day will be a one-day celebration of France featuring live entertainment, sports based activities, food tasting and other family-friendly fun.

… Bonjour Chicago!

On Sunday, July 11, 2010, from 10AM to 5PM, all Chicagoans will be invited to become French for a day and to participate in this celebration. Come share Bastille Day festivities and experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of France at Chicago Bastille Day in Soldier Field. The event will take place in Soldier Field and join forces with the EthniCity Soccer competition and with the Live Broadcast of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final. Around 15,000 visitors are expected over the course of the festival on July 11th. Access will be open to all.

Admission to the event will be $20 and will include: – Access to Chicago French Festival Village – Access to French Music Festival (stage inside Festival Village). – GA Seat for the EthniCity Soccer competition (Amateur Soccer World Cup Finals in Soldier Field all day) – GA Seat for the Live Broadcast of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Championship Game

MISS NYET PUBLISHING, LLC will have a booth there. French born author Delphine Pontvieux will be present all day to sign books and answer all your questions.

SPECIAL FRENCH GIFT WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF “ETA-ESTIMATED TIME OF ARREST”

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One Comment

  1. If interested, Bastille Day history is well explained at http://bastille-day.com
    An events section will be added in the coming days to list all the Bastille Day celebrations in the US.


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