Images: Festivals in the Suburbs on Friday night

 
 
Updated 6/29/2018 9:28 PM
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See images of festivals in Arlington Heights, Lisle, and Mundelein Friday night.

Actor and singer Dennis Quaid plays to a packed house at the Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concert to kick off Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Friday.
  Actor and singer Dennis Quaid plays to a packed house at the Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concert to kick off Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Friday.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
Actor and singer Dennis Quaid plays to a packed house at the Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concert to kick off Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Friday.
  Actor and singer Dennis Quaid plays to a packed house at the Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concert to kick off Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Friday.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
Actor and singer Dennis Quaid plays to a packed house at the Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concert to kick off Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Friday.
  Actor and singer Dennis Quaid plays to a packed house at the Dennis Quaid and the Sharks concert to kick off Frontier Days in Arlington Heights on Friday.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
Dolce the Goldendoodle dog and his owner Rusty Planert of Buffalo Grove received third place in the frisbee throwing and catch contest at Frontier Days.
  Dolce the Goldendoodle dog and his owner Rusty Planert of Buffalo Grove received third place in the frisbee throwing and catch contest at Frontier Days.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
Reigning 2017 champion hot dog eater Dominick Deslauriers, 38, of Libertyville downed a record 13 hot dogs in 2017, but this year broke his own record and the beat the rest of the competitors by eating 14 plain dogs and won a hundred bucks at Mundelein Community Days on Friday. His technique is to eat the hotdog separate from the bun then soak the bun in water then slide it down. Next to him is Jacob Aleman, 22, of Mundelein who finished a close second.
  Reigning 2017 champion hot dog eater Dominick Deslauriers, 38, of Libertyville downed a record 13 hot dogs in 2017, but this year broke his own record and the beat the rest of the competitors by eating 14 plain dogs and won a hundred bucks at Mundelein Community Days on Friday. His technique is to eat the hotdog separate from the bun then soak the bun in water then slide it down. Next to him is Jacob Aleman, 22, of Mundelein who finished a close second.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
Reigning 2017 champion hot dog eater Dominick Deslauriers, 38, of Libertyville downed a record 13 hot dogs in 2017, but this year broke his own record and the beat the rest of the competitors by eating 14 plain dogs and won a hundred bucks at Mundelein Community Days on Friday. His technique is to eat the hotdog separate from the bun then soak the bun in water then slide it down. Next to him is Jacob Aleman, 22, of Mundelein who finished a close second.
  Reigning 2017 champion hot dog eater Dominick Deslauriers, 38, of Libertyville downed a record 13 hot dogs in 2017, but this year broke his own record and the beat the rest of the competitors by eating 14 plain dogs and won a hundred bucks at Mundelein Community Days on Friday. His technique is to eat the hotdog separate from the bun then soak the bun in water then slide it down. Next to him is Jacob Aleman, 22, of Mundelein who finished a close second.
Mark Welsh@dailyherald.com
Lisle Mayor Chris Pecak, left, shakes hands with Naperville Mayor Emeritus George Pradel, right, during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  Lisle Mayor Chris Pecak, left, shakes hands with Naperville Mayor Emeritus George Pradel, right, during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Ray Glend volunteers at the Veggiefest food booth, eager to distribute a coconut during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  Ray Glend volunteers at the Veggiefest food booth, eager to distribute a coconut during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Vincent Caruso, 12, of LaGrange gets turned upside down playing Knockerball during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  Vincent Caruso, 12, of LaGrange gets turned upside down playing Knockerball during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Cheryl Wiza and Molly Clarke, 4, of Frankfort cool off in a mist of water during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  Cheryl Wiza and Molly Clarke, 4, of Frankfort cool off in a mist of water during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Gov. Bruce Rauner laughs as he buys glowsticks after being approached by Lisle High School students raising funds for their 2019 prom.
  Gov. Bruce Rauner laughs as he buys glowsticks after being approached by Lisle High School students raising funds for their 2019 prom.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
A member of Team FastTrax Skydiving from Middletown, Ohio parachutes towards Community Park with a flag during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  A member of Team FastTrax Skydiving from Middletown, Ohio parachutes towards Community Park with a flag during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
A member of Team FastTrax Skydiving from Middletown, Ohio parachutes towards Community Park with a flag during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  A member of Team FastTrax Skydiving from Middletown, Ohio parachutes towards Community Park with a flag during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Steve from Wilson Family Shows carries ice to vendors during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
  Steve from Wilson Family Shows carries ice to vendors during Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Members of Cowboy Jukebox entertain a Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival crowd.
  Members of Cowboy Jukebox entertain a Lisle's Eyes to the Skies festival crowd.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
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