Full Moon Jams: Fire Dancing with the Moon at Chicago’s Lakefront


The Full Moon Fire Jam – where “fire spinners” perform for free for the masses — started in Chicago in 2004, with just a few friends at a park on Lake Michigan. Now the jam attracts as many as a thousand spectators when the moon is full. (Sept. 29)

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The Full Moon Jams happen every full moon during the summer months in Chicago, from March or April to October or November, weather permitting. Started in 2004 by a group of friends celebrating a birthday, the jams have grown in size to accommodate the increasing amount of drummers, fire spinners, families, and random passer-by’s that come to enjoy the night.

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