Now that life is slowly getting back to normal post-COVID pandemic shutdowns, the Chicago Bulls have planned a pretty fabulous party for this Labor Day weekend, and I know you won't want to miss it!

Inaugural 'Bulls Fest' at United Center in Chicago

Remember back in March when the Chicago Bulls broke the news that the first ever 'Bulls Fest' would be coming to Illinois this Fall?

Well, now we know that the party will officially be happening on Saturday, September 3, and Sunday, September 4, 2022, in the parking lot and street surrounding Chicago's United Center, and admission to the event will be FREE!

What's Happening at 'Bulls Fest 2022'?

Obviously, any festival hosted by the Chicago Bulls has to have a lot of basketball, and Bulls Fest 2022 will feature a 3-on-3 basketball tournament you won't want to miss! Team registration is going on now for youths starting at 8 years old all the way up to adults 35+. Winners of each bracket will receive a custom basketball and tickets to a Chicago Bulls game this season where they will be recognized during the game.

Besides the 3-on-3 tournament, 'Bulls Fest 2022' will also feature basketball clinics and other activities for youth, live music, performances from the Luvabulls, an art show highlighting Chicago area artists, and some of the best food and drink that Chicago has to offer! Exclusive merchandise will also be available for purchase and proceeds will be donated to Chicago Bulls charities.

'Bulls Fest 2022' will announce more exciting details in the days ahead, so to make sure you don't miss any of them, sign up for alerts, here.

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