The Bud Billiken Day Parade is the largest African-American parade in the United States, held annually on the city's south side on the second Saturday in August. The parade route travels on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive through the Bronzeville and Washington Park neighborhoods. The Chicago Street Race was thrilled to showcase a pace car and had a team of volunteers walking in the parade. NASCAR Chicago also had a presence in the event’s festival footprint with an iRacing simulator, remote controlled cars, kids coloring area, and a live painting display featuring Paint the City. 

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