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RIBFEST--Naperville's LAST Ribfest. Join the fun one last time.

On July 3-6 Naperville will host its LAST Ribfest, so join the party this year. Enjoy the great food, live music all for a good cause. #Partywithapurpose, #LastnightsatKnoch WHEN: July 3-6 WHERE: Naperville Knock Park WHO'S PLAYING: Billy Idol, Flo Rida, KC and the Sunshine Band, Bad Company and many more HOW MUCH: Tickets will cost $5 to access the ribs, carnival rides and family area at Ribfest. Concert Tickets are sold separately. MORE IMPORTANT INFO: MUSIC   &  TICKETS : Find out more about who's playing and purchase tickets PARKING   &   SHUTTLES : Info on how to get there. FIREWORKS : Celebrate the 4th with a fireworks display. Naperville's annual four-day festival, which has as many as 200,000 visitors each July has out-grown its current location and will move to Romeoville in 2020. But for now, you can still enjoy everything you've loved about Ribfest at its Naperville home. Ribfest is also a nationally recognized barbecue contest. T

The Best Ice Cream, Gelato and Cookie Dough in Downtown Naperville

Approximately 20 friends of Naperville Foodies joined a walking tour of Naperville’s Ice Cream and Gelato spots. The tour brought us to the conclusion that Downtown Naperville definitely has its share of great dessert shops. Below is a list of some the group favorites and our recommendations that any ice cream or gelato lover shouldn't miss. MIDICI In addition to great Neapolitan pizza and calzones, MidiCi offers real “Italian Ice” (Gelato.) The flavors are authentic and nicely cap off a great Italian meal. But if you still have a little extra room for dessert after your pizza, you really HAVE TO TRY the Nutella Calzone. It's a warm dessert filled with Nutella and fresh berries, wrapped in the same Neapolitan Pizza crust that makes the pizzas so great. It's then baked for 90 seconds at 900 degrees in the brick ovens. Then it's lightly frosted with powdered sugar and.. drizzled in even more Nutella. It’s really so delicious that it’s hard to describe and a mu