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Sueños Festival start delayed due to storms in Chicago area, officials say

The massive Sueños Festival in Grant Park will be delayed on Sunday because of showers and thunderstorms in the area, officials said.

According to a new social media post, artists will begin performing just before 5 p.m., with several artists having their sets postponed due to the delayed start.

Fans can begin entering Grant Park at approximately 3 p.m.

According to a social media post, gates were originally supposed to open at noon, but that was delayed due to heavy rain and thunderstorms in the city.

Originally doors were set to open at noon for the festival according to its website, but that time will be delayed as several rounds of showers and thunderstorms could hammer the Chicago area on Sunday, including some that may be severe.

Peso Pluma is scheduled to take the stage as the headliner Sunday at 9 p.m.

Dozens of food and drink vendors will be on scene in Grant Park, with a variety of other “experiential activations” and activities, according to organizers. The event, focused mainly on reggaeton and Latin trap music, started in 2022.

Tens of thousands of attendees are expected to pack into Grant Park for the festival on Sunday.

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