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It’s Time – Summer 2020 Tour
WILCO + SLEATER-KINNEY
Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 6:00 PM
Doors at 4:30 PM
Jay Pritzker Pavilion
201 East Randolph Street
Chicago, IL 60601
Tickets go on sale Friday, March 13 at 10:00 AM
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There is a strictly enforced 4 ticket limit for reserved pavilion tickets and an 8 ticket limit for lawn. There are also $45.00 lawn listening tickets available. GA Lawn is audio only.Reserved Pavilion tickets will be available at $79.50 and $89.50.
Gates open at 4:30 PM; showtime is 6:00 PM. Concert takes place rain or shine. Children 2 and under admitted free when accompanied by a parent or guardian for the lawn only.
If you require Accessible Seating, you may purchase tickets directly on the same purchase link by clicking the “Buy Tickets” button above. Please plan to enter the park from Randolph Street (north) or Monroe Street (south). The Michigan Avenue entrances to the park will have stairs. For more information on the Park check out Millennium Park’s website here.
Permitted and Prohibited Items
All bags and containers are subject to search. Prohibited items that are discovered during inspections at venue entrances must either be returned to the owner’s vehicle or will be discarded. The venue will not provide a storage area for these items.
• Great Lawn Only: Bags and coolers must be smaller than 26″ L x 15″ W x 15″ H.
• Great Lawn Only: Low lawn chairs and blankets.
• One (1) factory sealed plastic bottled non-alcoholic beverage up to a liter in size. (NO ALCOHOL IS ALLOWED)
• Small Backpacks, small purses and fanny packs.
(Including but not limited to)
• NO ALCOHOL OR OUTSIDE DRINKS ARE ALLOWED
• • Any item deemed by management to be dangerous or inappropriate
• Coolers (except as permitted above)
• Glass Bottles, Cans
• Large Bags/Backpacks, Briefcases
• Narcotics / Drugs
• Bluetooth speakers/external audio amplification
• Pets (only service animals are permitted)
• Professional video, audio and photography equipment.
• Smoking including e-cigs or vaping devices is not allowed on the Great Lawn or in the Jay Pritzker Pavilion seating area. Please smoke only in the designated perimeter.
• Tents, canopies, shade structures, hammocks, umbrellas (staked or golf), flag, or balloons
• Umbrellas – Please bring rain gear so to not obstruct the view of others.
• Unauthorized solicitation and materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, samples, giveaways, etc.
• Weapons of any kind
Any item deemed dangerous is at security’s discretion to disallow. Prohibited items are subject to change. Failure to comply with the above may result in entry being denied. The venue does not provide storage for disallowed items.
HOW TO GET THERE
Millennium Park is located in the heart of downtown Chicago. It is bordered by Michigan Avenue to the west, Columbus Drive to the east, Randolph Street to the North and Monroe Street to the South. Click here to view a Google Map of Millennium Park and to chart directions from your location.
CTA TRAINS AND BUSES
CTA train stations close to Millennium Park include the Red Line Washington Street exit and the Brown/Green/Orange and Purple Line Madison/Wabash Street exit.
FROM THE SUBURBS
Metra, the premier commuter rail system, makes traveling to and from downtown Chicago and its surrounding areas easy and convenient with four downtown stations. If arriving downtown via Union Station (Canal Street, between Adams and Jackson Boulevard), take CTA’s #151 bus directly to Millennium Park. The Randolph Street Station exits directly on Michigan Avenue across from the park, the Ogilvie Transportation Center (Madison and Canal Streets) is quickly accessible to the park by CTA’s #20 or #56 bus and the LaSalle Street Station (Congress and LaSalle Streets) is accessible to the park by CTA’s #147 and #151 bus.
RIDE YOUR BIKE
Located at Randolph Street and Columbus Drive, the McDonald’s Cycle Center is a 300-space, heated indoor bicycle parking facility provides lockers, showers, a snack bar with outdoor summer seating, bike repair, bike rental and other amenities. Bicycle parking spaces are available free of charge. Locker room and showers are available with bike parking for $1 per day (single day passes must be purchased in groups of ten). For more information, call 1.888.BIKE.WAY (1.888.245.3929) or click here.
• FROM THE NORTH
If traveling from the North on the Kennedy Expressway or Edens Expressway (Interstate 90/94), exit at Monroe Street and drive east to Michigan Avenue. If driving on the Outer Drive (North Lake Shore Drive/Highway 41), exit at Randolph Street or Monroe Street and drive west to Michigan Avenue.
• FROM THE SOUTH
If traveling from the South on the Dan Ryan Expressway (Interstates 90/94), exit at Congress Parkway and drive east to Michigan Avenue and then north to Monroe Street. If driving on Lake Shore Drive (Highway 41), exit at Randolph Street and drive west to Michigan Avenue.
• FROM THE EAST
If traveling from the East on the Indiana Toll Road (Interstate 90), take the Chicago Skyway to the Stony Island exit, follow Highway 41 (Lake Shore Drive) to downtown Chicago, exit at Monroe Street and drive west to Michigan Avenue. If coming in from the East on Interstate 90/94, continue on the Dan Ryan Expressway, exit at Congress Parkway, drive east to Michigan Avenue and then north to Monroe Street.
• FROM THE WEST
If traveling from the West on the Eisenhower Expressway (Interstate 290), which becomes Congress Parkway, drive east to Michigan Avenue, and then turn north (left) to Monroe Street.
DROPPING OFF PATRONS
Cars can unload passengers at 205 East Randolph Street but may not park or station vehicles on upper Randolph Street for the duration of the event.
Convenient, 24-hour parking is located in the Millennium Park, Grant Park North, Grant Park South and East Monroe Garages. For rates and other information please click here or call 312-616-0600. The Garages are easily accessed from various points throughout the loop. Click here for directions to the Parking Garages.
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