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  • Address:

    Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion 205 E Randolph St
    Downtown
    Chicago

  • Cross Street:

    Michigan Ave and Columbus Dr

  • Venue phone:

    312-742-1168

  • Venue website:

    millenniumpark.org

  • Transport:

    El stop: Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple (rush hrs) to Randolph; Red to Lake. Bus: 3, 4, 6, 10.

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Chicago Dancing Festival

Dance, Events & Festivals

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  • Free

Even though this terrific festival of international dance companies is free, tickets sell out faster than Lar Lubovitch can plié. This year, the Harris Theater, Museum of Contemporary Art and Pritzker Pavilion host performances by the likes of Hubbard...

Chicago Dancing Festival
  1. Wed Aug 20 – Sat Aug 23
  2. Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion
  3. Free
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Downtown Sound: Maps & Atlases

Music

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  • Free

Chicago's Maps & Atlases, grads of Columbia College, play colorful, technically impressive indie rock accented by Dave Davison's quirky baritone. They'll likely tap into 2012's catchy release Beware and Be Grateful, but these busy post-rock jammers likely...

Downtown Sound: Maps & Atlases

Grant Park Music Festival: Bolcom and Mozart

Classical and opera

Pulitzer Prize winner and the Festival's 2014 composer-in-residence William Bolcom presents Cabaret Songs and Mozart's Symphony No. 25 in the finishing week of the Grant Park Music Festival.

Grant Park Music Festival: Bolcom and Mozart

Grant Park Music Festival: Daphnis and Chloé

Classical and opera

The Grant Park Music Festival finshes with the performance of a symphony showcase, featuring the world premiere of songs by William Bolcom and Maurice Ravel's ballet work for Daphnes and Chloé. 

Grant Park Music Festival: Daphnis and Chloé
  1. Fri Aug 15 – Sat Aug 16
  2. Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion
  3. Free
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Grant Park Music Festival: National Youth Orchestra with Gil Shaham

Classical and opera

Grammy Award winner Gil Shaham performs with some of the country's most talented youth musicians to play Britten's Violin Concerto and Mussorgsky's Pictues at an Exhibition.

Grant Park Music Festival: National Youth Orchestra with Gil Shaham

Grant Park Music Festival: Slatkin Conducts Shostakovich

Classical and opera

Leonard Slatkin's long and respected career comes to the Grant Park Music Festival. As former Festival Principal Conductor, he presents the grand piece, The Exectution of Stepan Razin by Shostakovish, accompanied by Michel Camilo with a piano concert...

Grant Park Music Festival: Slatkin Conducts Shostakovich
  1. Fri Jul 25 – Sat Jul 26
  2. Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion
  3. Free
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Grant Park Music Festival: Symphonie Espagnole

Classical and opera

Édouard Lalo's original Symphonie Espagnole was composed in honor of Spain and the country's lively culture. Violinist Christian Tetzlaff performes an exciting rendition of this piece and a few others with the Grant Park Orchestra.  

Grant Park Music Festival: Symphonie Espagnole

Grant Park Music Festival: The Seven Deadly Sins

Classical and opera

Vocalist and festival favorite Storm Largem, of musical group Pink Martini, performs Kurt Weill's famous, risque, one-act opera, as well as a few of Schubert's stirring and emotive symphonies. 

Grant Park Music Festival: The Seven Deadly Sins

Robyn & Röyksopp

Music

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The "song of summer," by Billboard or iTunes measures, will likely be Ed Sheeran, Iggy Azalea or some other chunklet of boombox fluff. But in our hearts, and in some alternate Earth utopia (Scandinavia?), the jam of heat season, 2014, is Robyn & Röyksopp's...

Robyn & Röyksopp
  1. Sun Aug 24
  2. Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion
  3. Seated $59.50, lawn $25
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Russian Circles

Music

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  • Free

The local post-rock, instrumental, metal-y group hits Pritzker to close out the city's Downtown Sound summer series. The band—named for a hockey drill—recently had some of its righteous, horn-throwing hooks used in an NBCSN ad. Colin Stetson, who plays...

Russian Circles

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