Unísono is an annual music and cultural festival held in Chicago’s historic Pilsen neighborhood, and organized by The Resurrection Project. Unísono celebrates community empowerment through diversity, education and social justice. The festival features popular musical performances, poetry performances and readings from renowned authors, as well as a variety of free educational and art workshops, art viewings with local artists, and more.
Each year Unísono attracts thousands of attendees who come together with the active participation of well-known businesses, organizations, and local and national media outlets. Unísono is the culmination of a series of cultural and social programs in Pilsen; similarly this initiative aligns with The Resurrection Project’s mission of building healthy communities in this case by strengthening the cultural assets of a community.
Unísono 2012 Official Video
Unísono 2012 Highlights
Unísono festival 2012 held in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood on August 18th 2012 in the Zócalo of Pilsen featured performances from 13 local and internationally acclaimed artists including Los Rakas, Monica Lionheart, Bachaco, Cecí Bastida, and Pacha Massive among others. The festival also featured art and education workshops throughout the day, as well tours of La Casa Student Housing, games, food, arts,and crafts from over a dozen local vendors, and much more. Thank you to all for participating in Unísono 2012 and stay tuned to support next year’s Unísono Festival 2013.