Randhurst Village is bringing together local community groups, stores and restaurants as well as special entertainment and presentations for a day filled with family-friendly fun in a one of a kind outdoor event in its first ever Street Fest event Saturday September 10th  from Noon to 5 p.m.

This free event will take place on Randhurst Village Drive beginning at Center Court near Charming Charlie and ending in front of AMC Randhurst theatres. This section of the Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic during the event. Guests are invited to bring their own chairs to enjoy the live performances. Free parking will be in the parking garage and in the north and west lots.


The fun begins at noon, when the Daily Herald writer Matt Avery presents exceptional classic cars with their original owners. Matt Avery, who weekly tells the stories of cars and their owners, will interview owners and showcase their autos.

Get ready to rock out with this year’s Street Fest headliner Modern Day Romeos. The Top 40 cover band and local fan favorite’s set-list includes Motown classics, Metal anthems, Classic Rock treasures, 80’s favorites, 90’s gems, and the top hits of the 2000’s with their own special style and twist! Modern Day Romeos will be performing from 3 to 5 p.m.

The day will be filled with dance and musical performances by local community groups and young rising stars throughout the day. Performers include The Mt. Prospect Park District’s Dance Ensembles, Trinity Irish Dancers, Forest View Elementary Choirs, Holmes Junior High School, and an amazing group of finalists from the Daily Herald’s Suburban Chicago’s Got Talent contest.

Food tastings and demonstrations will be offered by popular Randhurst Village establishments. Participating restaurants include: BlackFinn Ameripub, Buffalo Wild Wings, e+o food and drink, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Nothing Bundt Cakes and Outback Steakhouse. Participating retail stores include Bed, Bath and Beyond, Charming Charlie, Costco, Maurices, Orange Theory Fitness and PetSmart.

A variety of non-profit and civic organizations will be onsite providing information on their unique services and offering interactive activities for the whole family. These wonderful groups provide a wide variety of support and education for the needs of the local community including, food for needy families, cancer and grief support, community care and education.  Organizations include: Lemons of Love, Lutheran Charities K-9 Comfort Dogs and KARE K-9 Military Dogs, MISS Foundation, Mount Prospect Fire Department, Mount Prospect Public Library, Mt. Prospect Park District, Mount Prospect Police Department, River Trails Park District and The Kids Pantry.

Rounding out the day’s festivities will be face painting, balloon art, magic tricks and juggling. Plus fun inflatables for the kids and yard games for the adults.

Who says summer fun has to end on Labor Day? Be sure to check in here or call Randhurst Village offices at 847-259-0500 for the latest information on this event – Don’t miss it!