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Murder Mystery at the Vineyard
Who did it? Enjoy a wonderful catered dinner and become a part of the mystery that takes you back in time to 1933 at “The Cellars.” Advanced reservations required, limited seating.
Market House Suare Arts Festival
Browse the many exhibits by local and regional artists showcasing their paintings, woodwork, jewelry, pottery, baskets, and more for our 8th annual outdoor art festival. Local musicians will perform throughout the day. Plenty of food and beverages available for purchase.
Tour of Galena
Featuring three bicycle races: A time trial and a road race on Saturday and a downtown criterium on Sunday. Riders can choose to do one or all of the events, but the big prize money will be for those who do all three stages and earn points toward the omnium title.
2015 Quilt and Fiber Arts Show
More than 100 quilts on display, vendors and their product demonstrations and classes, guest speakers, fashion and luncheon show and more.
Corkless in Galena
An outdoor wine festival in Galena's picturesque Depot Park along the Galena River. Elegant wines produced by family owned northern Illinois wineries will be showcased, complimented by local artists' exhibits, and performances by various local musical ensembles.
Fever River Adventure Triathlon
Test your endurance with a 6-mile paddle, 17-mile Bike and 3.1-mile run through the Galena River and trails. Individual or 3 person relay teams. Proceeds benefit the Special Olympics of Illinois.
Galesburg Heritage Days
Feel the excitement, experience the history of two time periods in America, featuring Civil War Battle Reenactments and Pre 1840's Rendezvous. A traveling family circus, period food stands and crafts for sale, fishing contest for children, canoe races on the lake, night firing of cannons and a military ball. A great family outing!
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100+ miles of yard sales through seven counties from Sandwich to Galesburg, IL. Great fun, entertainment, demonstrations, historic sites. Great sales, bargains, treasures, unique collectibles, antiques. Great time, food, lodging, attractions, shopping. Begin or end your journey in Galesburg at the Galesburg Christian School, 1881 E. Fremont Street Friday & Saturday from 8:00 am - 5:00 PM. Many treasures for you to pick from, find wonderful items for yourself, friends and family. Large selection to choose from, come and check us out.
Galesburg Railroad Days
The 38th annual celebration of railroad history in downtown Galesburg. This event returns to Main Street. It marks the 160th year of the Railroad in Galesburg. Come by auto via I-74 or by rail via Amtrak. Galesburg is the gateway to the west and leading Amtrak Depot on the corridor to Quincy.
River2River Cruise Night
Hundreds of vintage cars, street rods, trucks, antiques, special interest vehicles, with a cruise on Main Street Friday night. Food, entertainment, vendors - fun for the whole family.
National Stearman Fly-in Days
Total Stearman! The 43rd consecutive National Stearman Fly-In will celebrate America’s iconic biplane, and you're invited to join the fun Sept. 1-6, 2014, at Galesburg, IL, Municipal Airport. The must-attend event of the year for Stearman enthusiasts will offer a generous mix of flying events, technical seminars, entertainment and food. Best of all, it’s an opportunity to fly and relax with friends.
Galesburg Great Balloon Race
Since 2000 The Great Balloon Race has called Galesburg, Illinois it's home. Set in the beautiful surroundings of Lake Storey, it has played host to more than 30 majestic hot air balloons each year. Pilots from across the country have traveled to this event to compete in the balloon competition and to share their balloons and stories with families from around the region.
1st Annual Semi-Truck Cruise In
All truck makes, models and years are welcome. Join this year’s cruise in and let the truck shine. This is a free family friendly event. At the Sandburg Mall 1150 W. Carl Sandburg Drive.
Freedom Fest’s Cruise- In the City of Go
Galva is known as the city of "Go" and cars will be going on this annual cruise event downtown. Start at Veterans Memorial Park, view the cars before they set out for the evening cruise. Food will be available and all proceeds will go towards the Galva Freedom Fest Fourth of July Festivities.
Beta Sigma Phi Annual Craft Show
Find your unique treasure at Henry County’s largest one day craft show for handcrafted gifts. Free parking. Hours: 9am to 3pm. Admission: $2 for ages 13 & over.
Ol’ Fashion Christmas
Breakfast with Santa, make-it and take-it ornaments for kids, edible Christmas ornaments for wildlife, train and carriage rides, candy cane hunt, viewing mini Christmas trees, and a chocolate fair. Parade features floats, marching bands, and Santa. Dusk falls and tens of thousands of lights light up the decorations at Veteran’s Park downtown Galva. Enjoy the Galva Arts Council entertainment in the evening.
Antique Engine & Tractor Association Working Farm Show
National Rumely Oil Pull Expo in 2015! Visit the 50-acre showground and experience the fall harvest early 1900’s style. Event features the historical value of collection and exhibition of gasoline and steam tractors, power driven farm machinery and other equipment through field demonstrations, displays of gas engines, garden tractors, farm tractors and equipment. Tractor pulls, craft demonstrations, speakers, children activities and music are featured daily. Food is available and parking is free. .
Geneseo Music Fest
A Geneseo tradition reinvented. City Park becomes filled on Friday with the annual queen contest and supper to follow. On Saturday family fun begins with music, children and family activities, food and beverage. Activities begin at 5 pm on Friday and 8 am on Saturday.
Geneseo Maxwell Street Day
Retailers and residents fill downtown State Street with a variety of unique items, all priced to sell. Open 9 am to 2 pm.
Trains, Planes and Automobiles
Geneseo’s fastest growing event gets even better. Join Gen-Air for a fly-in luncheon on Thursday, Cruise the Hennepin Canal by golf carts on Friday. Visit downtown on Saturday as the streets fill up with vintage cars from all eras, train engines, model trains, airplanes, food and festivities.
Geneseo Christmas Walk
Geneseo’s spirit sparkles downtown with Christmas magic in the air. Each storefront window has family, friends and even animals depicting various scenes. Enjoy chestnuts roasting. Make memories for young and old. Join the Jingle Bell Run and other family activities during the afternoon and enjoy the lighted Christmas parade at 5PM. Watch for Santa. Hours: 8am to 9pm.
Geneseo Christmas Tour of Homes
Some of Geneseo’s most beautiful and unique homes will be featured on the tour, each with a touch of the Christmas season. The Tour of Homes is sponsored by the Geneseo Alliance of Ladies (GALS). The money goes to help women from our community continue their education or get training to re-enter the workforce.
Home for the Holidays Arts and Crafts Fair
Satisfy your shopping urges at the annual "Home for the Holidays Arts and Crafts Fair" held in Geneseo. You will be able to select from the plethora of hand crafted items that would be difficult to find anywhere else. There will be something for everyone, so get your holiday shopping done early!
Swedish Days Festival
This “granddaddy” of Illinois festivals features a host of family-friendly activities with live musical entertainment, a carnival, rosemaling show, pet parade, kids’ day fun, grand parade, the state’s largest music competition, multi-ethnic food plus great shopping in our historic downtown. Geneva’s train station is located just blocks from the festivities.
Geneva Arts Fair
The Geneva Arts Fair transforms downtown Geneva into a venue for over 150 esteemed artists and draws a crowd of more than 20,000. The juried show was voted a Top 200 Fine Craft Fair by Art Fair SourceBook and a previous winner of “Best Craft or Art Show” by West Suburban Living magazine. Admission is free and includes a children’s art area with special activities.
Festival of the Vine
Geneva restaurants create an array of specialties under an outdoor tent at the “Flavor Fare” partnered with wine and live musical entertainment. The Fall Harvest Market offers food and floral demos, unique displays plus Kid’s Patch activities. An arts and crafts show, flower market, horse-drawn carriage rides and several exceptional wine tasting and dinner events also take place around the historic downtown.
Come experience the 80th annual Genoa Days June 10-13, 2015. There will be a carnival all weekend long as well as bands and other live entertainment throughout the four days. And the parade on Saturday is not to be missed. We hope you’ll join us!
Genoa Farmers Market
The Genoa Farmers Market features locally-grown produce, wine, baked goods, flowers and artisan crafts. Last Saturday of the month (May 30th - Sept. 26th: 9am - 2pm) Located on the corner of Genoa & Main Street. For more information call 815-784-2212 or visit http://genoaareachamber.com/
German Valley Days
This 41st annual hometown festival offers a Car Show, 5KRun/Walk, Parade, Stage Entertainment,Contests, Lil Miss and Mister Pageant, Punt, Pass and Kick Contest, Kiddie Tractor Pull, Pork Chop Barbecue, Pancake Breakfast, Water Fights, Fireworks, Concession and more! Friday: 5 pm - 10 pm; Saturday: 6 am - 10 pm; Sunday: 11 am - 4 pm.
Chicago Botanic Garden- Weekend Family Classes
Together, adults and children can explore cool things about how plants connect to science, art, history, and culture. Each program includes a variety of hands-on activities and projects, as well as opportunities to bring the Garden home. Programs run from November through April on Saturdays.
Chicago Botanic Garden Art Festival
The festival showcases the work of 95 unique artists in a pristine setting overlooking a lake, spectacular gardens and 385 acres of majesty. All of the artwork embodies a botanic theme, use or material. Festival-goers will have the opportunity to see the masters at work, with interactive art demos and booth chats taking place all weekend long!
Model Railroad Garden: Landmarks of America
The 7,500-square-foot “Model Railroad Garden: Landmarks of America” exhibition at the Chicago Botanic Garden features trains running on 1,600 feet of track, for train and garden enthusiasts to enjoy the delightful sights and sounds of the miniature trains traversing high and low through tunnels, across bridges and around buildings.
American Crafts Expo
Passionate about the arts? The American Craft Exposition, one of the country’s premier fine craft shows, has moved to a new location at the Chicago Botanic Garden! In its 31st year, this highly competitive juried show and sale of fine craft features one-of-a-kind, handcrafted artwork and luxury collections, from the country's leading craftspeople. Free Admission (does not include parking fees).
Encompass Golf Championship
The Encompass Championship brings a unique Pro-Am format to North Shore Country Club and the greater Chicago area. The tournament will feature a special Pro-Am format during the first two rounds of competition and includes Champions Tour professionals with celebrities and amateurs. Some of the most recognized names in golf will be here!
The Grove Craft Beer and Wine Festival
The Grove Craft Beer & Wine Festival held in beautiful Glenview IL will have over 2,000 attendees who will sample craft beers and wines from more than 35 makers and over a 70 beers, ciders & wines. Live music and great food available for purchase.
This is a shrimp cook-off with fresh Southern Illinois shrimp cooked more ways than you can imagine! Locally grown prawns will be available for purchase. Helicopter, & carriage rides, music & entertainment, beer & wine tent and lots more.
Celebrate the fall season with a farmers market, arts and craft vendors and local musical entertainment.
Pope County Deer Festival
The Pope County Deer Festival is a local tradition, held during the 1st shotgun deer season in Golconda, the 'Deer Capital' of Illinois. Held Thursday thru Saturday featuring vendors, food & music. A Deer Queen coronation on Friday night, a parade on Saturday at 2pm. On Sunday morning, a community breakfast and town sweep are held.
4th of July Celebration events includes: Freedom Run a 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run; a Gospel Show; a Parade; Free Concert at the City Park and much more. Capping off the Freedom Fest is one of the largest fireworks display in Southern Illinois.
Grayslake Summer Days
Family music festival with activities for the entire family. Music, carnival games, food vendors, business booth area and "Grayslake's Got Talent" Contest. Bike and Pet Parade - 12 noon Saturday. Summer Days Parade kickoffs at 7pm Saturday evening. Festivities will be held downtown Grayslake. Visit the website for complete festival activities. Friday: 5pm-12am, Saturday: 11am-12am.
3rd Annual Color Aloft Balloon Festival
Bring the family out for this exciting new event held at Central Park in Grayslake. The Color Aloft Festival will begin with hot air balloons being inflated and compete in a "Fox and Hounds" contest in which competing balloons seek to land closest to the 'Fox'. Balloons will be retrieved and return to the park. After dark they will be internally illuminated by their burners and glow. Enjoy family activities, a Civil War Era baseball game, live music and food vendors.
87th Annual Lake County Fair
Come out and enjoy 5 days of fun at the 87th Annual Lake County Fair. Events at the fair include live entertainment, food vendors, carnival rides and games, live animals, motor crossing, banana derby, demolition derby, flower show, expo hall and so much more. Please visit the website for updated information.
MuckFest MS - Chicago
The run is pure athletic hilarity on a 5K course full of mud, and featuring 15+ outrageous obstacles that will spin, swing and fling you up, down and sideways. Entry fees are $55 by Apr 29 and $105 on race day.
Throttle Fest Chicago
This 3-day motorcycle fan's dream will feature Mike, Angie, Jesse, Goat, Jackyl and much, much more! Burnout pits, Wall Of Death, music all weekend, mainstage concerts, tattoo tent, motorcycle accessories and vendors of all kind! Limited space for camping is available. Tickets can be bought individually for each day or a 3-day pass for $30.
Windy City Dub Fest
The event will include VW and Audi judging contest for categories of 'Best of'. Winners will take home an award. Online registration will be available in May of 2015. Car Clubs are welcome and will not be limited to just VW’s and Audi’s and will be open to all makes and models. Come with a car or just as a spectator. Food and drinks will available, along with live entertainment. Visit the website for updates.
Lake County Count-I-Con
Lake County’s biggest comic, toy, game and art convention. Children and adult costume contests, skits, and entertainment hosted on our stage both days, Aussie Pet Care’s pet costume contest, Magic the Gathering tournaments all day, and Brass City Games will be hosting drafts, Commander, and standard MtG tournaments all weekend. There will also be massive video game tournaments with different console and PC gaming tournaments. Discussions with panelist, James Renner, Author and cold case investigator, and panelist, Tim Maile, radio show host, author, and paranormal investigator. More to come please watch the website for more information.
Annual Marbold Farmstead Antique Show
Located at Historic Marbold Farmstead just south of Greenview on 21722 State Hwy. 29 (20 miles north of Springfield). Featuring country primitives, furniture, textiles, pottery, Americana for sale. Dealers from several states and food available. 9am-3pm. The Marbold Farmstead was the central hub of the Marbold family farmland holdings which consisted of over 4,000 acres and was virtually self-sufficient. The original house was built in 1850 and was one of the most notable homes in central Illinois. It is being restored and is home to an annual Antique Show featuring a wide range of vendors. Enjoy a beautiful natural setting and find the perfect items. Take in food, drinks, activities and demonstrations. Country Primitives, Furniture, Pottery, Textiles and Americana from dealers from Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Central Illinois. Period Craftsmen will demonstrate rag rug weaving, broom making, quilting, spinning, hat making, soap making. Proceeds to benefit restoration of the Marbold Farmstead.
Historic Marbold Second Sunday Summer Series
Special programs in the farmstead kitchen: 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Enjoy a lesson in history, tours of the house and grounds along with period craftsmen on site. This Sunday features Dick Lyons, a native of Montgomery County and fourth-generation farmer growing corn, soybeans, and wheat with cover crops, will share his knowledge of farming practices dating from the 1800's to today's technological world of modern agriculture. A special added feature at the June Second Sunday will be Heart Strings, a dulcimer group from Petersburg.
Historic Marbold Second Sunday Summer Series
Special programs in the farmstead kitchen: 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Enjoy lessons in history, tours of house and grounds and period craftsmen on site. July 12 features Eastern Illinois University Associate Professor, Dr. Chris Laingen, will share data from the Census of Agriculture from 1925 to 2012 and will illustrate the changes in crops, livestock, and land use that have occurred in the Corn Belt. A special added feature at the July Second Sunday will be the Menard County Vintage Ag Association on site with some of their collection of farm implements.
Historic Marbold Second Sunday Summer Series
The Farmstead will offer tours of the house and grounds, history of the Marbold family and light refreshments. The Stier Trolley will be available to take visitors through Greenview where a guide will provide details of the Marbold's influence and impact on the community.Exclusive for August: "One Grand Old Lady" Readers' Theatre.
American Farm Heritage Days
Heritage Days include tractor displays featuring Case and Leader tractors, as well as makes and models of tractors for viewing. Includes 4-corners tractorade, parade, car show, games, Hill’s Fort, crafts, food, train ride, plowing demonstrations, blacksmith, kids’ pedal pull, petting zoo, live music and more.
Greenville Graffiti Car Show
The 4th annual car show is open to pre-1990 cars and trucks for judging. Plaques are given to the top vehicles. The car show will feature Butch Patrick and Pat Priest, Eddie and Marilyn on “The Munsters,” signing autographs.
43rd Annual Gurnee Days Celebration
Gurnee Days returns this week for 4 days of family fun. Activities include a bicycle rodeo, live entertainment, Farmers Market, Gurnee Idol, golf tournament, and amusement rides, a 10K race, baby contest, rib fest and eating contest, fireworks, a pancake breakfast, parade, Scoop the Loop Car Show, petting zoo, pony rides, a talent show, exhibitors, games, food booths and stage events. Please visit the website for times and entertainment schedule.
Six Flags Great America Fright Fest
It's Thrills by Day, Chills by Night at Fright Fest Presented by Snickers®. Six Flags Great America will be totally transformed into a Halloween playground, Fridays - Sundays. Have a ghoulish good time with hair-raising shows, electrifying street entertainment and thrilling haunted houses. Plus, experience all the rides in the dark. There will also be a special trick-or-treat trail just for kids.
Six Flags Great America & Hurricane Harbor 2015 Season
Six Flags Great America is fun for the whole family with 14 heart-pounding roller coasters, a free water park with over 30 heart pounding water slides, spectacular shows and parades, family rides and big pint-sized fun for the kids with children's areas and over 35 rides for the little ones. Don't miss Goliath, a triple record breaking roller coaster. It is the world’s fastest wooden coaster with the tallest and steepest drop, plunging riders down 180 feet and rocketing through twists and turns at 72 miles per hour. Also enjoy Hurricane Harbor and Riptide Bay, the water park that boasts more slides and attractions. Catch a wave at the only place to surf on Lake Michigan.
Legions of Craft Beer
Plans are in motion for the first Legions of Craft Beer. This event will include at least 30 beer vendors, Gurnee restaurants, food trucks and a wide range of bands. There will also be a shuttle service from the Metra train in Libertyville and Waukegan for the attendees from out of the area. Please watch for updated information.
Annual Family Festival 2015
5th Annual Family Festival sponsored by the Hazel Crest Park District and the Village of Hazel Crest. Are you looking for a fun place to take your family? Bring your family, blankets, chairs and picnic baskets, relax and listen to live music, test out your Karaoke skills, join in on the line dancing fun or visit the variety of food vendors. Activities for kids include face painting, jumping house, and games.
Rides, games, music, face painting & balloon animals. Pony Rides, candy and much more at our annual Pumpkin Fest in Hickory Hills. Don't forget to bring your camera!
Ravinia Festival 2015
Another exciting year of entertainment at the Ravinia Festival. With a variety of performances, there is something for everyone. Choose from artists like Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, Steve Miller Band, Bush and 3 Doors Down, ZZ Top, Little Big Town, Jackson Browne and many more. Please visit the website for a complete schedule and to purchase tickets. Bring a picnic or pick up a complete picnic spread at one of the on-site restaurants or kiosks and sit back and enjoy the show.
Golden Dragon Acrobats from China
Bring the kids out for this great kid's show. They will be amazed at the combined award-winning acrobatics, traditional dance, spectacular costumes, ancient and contemporary music and theatrical techniques to present a show of breathtaking skill and spellbinding beauty. Reserved tickets are $15 and lawn seats are $5.
Highland Park's Art Center's Festival of Fine Arts
Situated on the beautiful tree-lined streets surrounding TAC, the revamped festival will showcase original works from 120 juried artists. Exceptional examples of fine arts and fine craft, including ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, wood and more will be featured at the festival. The Art Center’s Festival of Fine Arts will offer activities for children and families, as well as live entertainment and tasty festival treats throughout the weekend. Art enthusiasts will get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making these original works of art with live art demos taking place at the festival.
Port Clinton Art Festival
Port Clinton Art Festival is one of the most successful juried art festivals and attracts more than 250,000 art enthusiasts from places near and far. More than 260 of the world’s most celebrated artists come together to showcase their work over the course of the weekend, creating an atmosphere brimming with renowned creativity. Alongside established artists, a youth art division celebrates the talents of young artists ages 18 and under, offering them the opportunity to participate, exhibit, and experience the inner workings of an art festival.
Jackson Browne at Ravinia
Playing guitar and piano, and collaborating with musicians on stage, Jackson will perform songs from his entire body of work, with varying set lists. Enjoy an night of songs like The Pretender, Running On Empty, Lawyers in Love, Doctor My Eyes, Take It Easy and many more. Tickets: $100/90 & Lawn: $38 in advance and $43 the day of the show.
Blondie and Melissa Etheridge at Ravinia
Come out for a great evening of music. Blondie and Melissa Etheridge and all their well-known music will for sure make it a night that should not be missed. A perfect evening - listening to music, drinks and a picnic under the stars on Ravinia's lawn. Pavilion seating also available! Prices vary for lawn and pavilion seats.
Sheryl Crow at Ravinia
Sheryl is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Her music incorporates elements of pop, rock, and country. She has released eight studio albums, two compilations, a live album and has contributed to a number of film soundtracks. She has sold more than 17 million albums in the U.S. and over 50 million albums worldwide. Don't miss this great night of music.
Steely Dan at Ravinia
Steely Dan's Rockabye Gollie Angel Tour at Ravinia will perform for 2 consecutive nights. They are considered an American jazz rock band and have sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. Bring a picnic and some friends for a great night under the stars at Ravinia. Tickets: $123/103 and Lawn seats are $38 in advance and $43 the day of the show.
Gipsy Kings at Ravinia
The Gipsy Kings consist of two bands of brothers, the Reyes and the Baliardos. Together they perform an unique, irresistible blend of traditional flamenco styles with Western pop and Latin rhythms.
Vladimir Feltsman at Ravinia
Come out for an all Schumann program show with Vladimir Feltsman on the piano under the stars at Ravinia. Reserved tickets are $60/$40 and lawn seats are $10.
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga at Ravinia
Tony Bennett's artistry and accomplishments are applauded here at home and all over the world from people from 12 to 90 years old. Now in his seventh decade of singing, Tony Bennett along with Lady Gaga should be an explosive show! Don't miss this great opportunity. Choose from 2 shows, June 26 or June 27. Tickets are $195/180 and lawn seats are $49 in advance and $54 the day of the show.
Concert Dance, Inc. at Ravinia
CDI has evolved from a repertory company into a dance collective and artistic incubator; a unique community of collaborators within a growing organism that changes with every new dance that is made. Choose from 2 shows September 1 or 2. This program is a tribute to Frank Sinatra. Tickets are only $10.
Juilliard String Quartet at Ravinia
The Juilliard String Quartet returns with a program of three B's sure to earn an A+ from every listener. Four selections from Bach’s The Art of Fugue, the Baroque master’s final study in thematic variation, are contrasted with Berg’s Lyric Suite, in which the composer varies a “signature” theme through 12-tone technique. The concert will conclude with Juilliard’s own signature: one of Beethoven’s quartets.
Emerson String Quartet at Ravinia
Join the Emerson String Quartet in an evening of great classical music. They will be performing music from Beethoven, Lowell, Liebermann, and Dvorák. Tickets are $40-$60 for reserved seats and $10 for lawn seats.
Umphrey's McGee at Ravinia
Umphrey’s McGee has been relentlessly innovative in both music and fan relations for many years. Whereas the band’s stellar reputation is based on marathon concerts that mix original, technically demanding tunes with complex epics and playful covers (ranging from Toto to Metallica), it has chosen the same kind of attention to melody, song craft, and musicianship. Tickets are $45 for reserved seats and $20 for lawn seats in advance and $25 the day of the show.
Piano and String Artists from Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute at Ravinia
Join Ravinia's Steans Music Institute with a program for Piano and Strings. Program will include Dvorák’s 'American' Quartet. This is part of the $10 BGH Classics series.
Piano and String Artists from Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute at Ravnia
Join Ravinia's Steans Music Institute performing a program which will include the music of Tchaikovsky, Souvenir de Florence, Op. 70. This is held in Bennett Gordon Hall and is part of the $10 series.
Tchaikovsky Spectacular Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia
Join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Conductor James Conlon and Maxim Vengerov on Violin for an All-Tchaikovsky Program with Live Cannons at this Gala Benefit evening. Tickets: $100/25, Lawn: $15
Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia
Conductor Nikolaj Znaider and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will be performing Berlioz Symphonie fantastique and Mozart Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216. Come out and enjoy a concert under the stars at Ravinia.
Itzhak Perlman and Emmanuel Ax at Ravinia
Join Itzhak Perlman on the violin and Emanuel Ax on the piano for a great night of music under the stars at Ravinia. Program to include violin sonatas by Richard Strauss, Fauré and Mozart. Tickets are $95/80 and lawn seats are $20.
Lincoln Trio at Ravinia
The Lincoln Trio's program to include works by Babajanian, Martin and Clarke. This is a Bennett Gordon Hall $10 concert series. Reserved Ticket Price: $10
North Shore Classic Half Marathon and 5K
On May 31st, the North Shore Classic Half Marathon & 5k is headed back to Chicago’s North Shore! Enjoy a beautiful course running through the Highland Park neighborhood while sporting the premium goodie bag. Please visit the website for complete details and to register.
Dan Zanes & Friends at Ravinia
Enjoy the music of Dan Zanes and Friends on the new interactive, family-friendly space on the north lawn. Today's KidsLawn offers large-scale percussion instruments that will be open to kids of all ages. Dan plays songs and stories from Americas neighborhoods. Children and their parents sing, dance, listen, and learn to make music.
Mariachi Divas at Ravinia
Bring the family out for this special kid's concert featuring the Miriachi Divas. Mariachi Divas are a unique, multicultural, all-female ensemble imbued with the true flavor of Los Angeles.
Carolin Widmann at Ravinia
Voted ‘Artist of the Year’ at the 2013 International Classical Music Awards, Ms Widmann is a keen chamber musician and Artistic Director of Germany’s oldest chamber music festival, the Sommerliche Musiktage Hitzacker. She regularly appears as a guest artist at such widely known festivals. Tickets $10.
RSMI Jazz Grandstand at Ravinia
The Ravinia Stearns Music Institute Jazz concert will be a great night of jazz. The institute brings together talented young musicians from around the world to make music together under the supervision of an internationally renowned faculty. No lawn seats. $10 BGH Classics Series.
Alan Cumming at Ravinia
Come out for a great night of music with Broadway star Alan Cumming. Enjoy an evening of song and stories from Scotland’s beloved man-child.
A Prairie Home Companion Live Broadcast at Ravinia
A Prairie Home Companion is heard by 4 million listeners each week on more than 600 public radio stations, and abroad on America One and the Armed Forces Networks in Europe and the Far East. Don't miss this live broadcast of this one-of-a-kind show. Reserved seat tickets 65/35 and lawn seats are $10.
Misha Dichter and Friends at Ravinia
Come out for a night of music with Misha Dichter and Friends. Enjoy piano duets with Cipa Dichter and Brahms Piano Quartet No. 5. Reserved tickets $60/40 and lawn seats $10.
Tedeschi Trucks Band With Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings at Ravinia
Rolling across America on a sizzling summer run, Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 'Wheels of Soul' tour brings the Grammy-winning, 11-piece blues-rock dynamo together with soul sensation Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings. Reserved seat tickets are $75/65 and lawn seats are $33 in advance and $38 the day of the show.
David Gray & Amos Lee at Ravinia
A winning indie-pop/singer-songwriter double bill featuring David Gray and Amos Lee perform at Ravinia. Gray released his most recent effort, 'Mutineers,' in 2014 and Lee is known to Buffalo-area music fans via his opening slots for Bob Dylan & His Band. Don't miss this great night of music.
The Doobie Brothers at Ravinia
Four-time Grammy winning Doobie Brothers sound has become part of America’s musical firmament, sampled on dance records and a fixture on radio formats from top 40 to classic rock. They continue to write and record new material, tour the world, boasting one of the most loyal fan bases in music, all while breaking new creative ground.
Pink Martini & Aimee Mann at Ravinia
Pink Martini, describing itself as a 'little orchestra,' music crosses genres such as classical, Latin, jazz and classic pop. Along with Aimee Mann, an American rock singer, singer-songwriter, bassist and guitarist, this is sure to be a show not to miss.
Mariam Fried, Midori and Friends at Ravinia
Mariam Fried, Midori and Friends: Brahms and Schubert performed in the Martin Theatre. This group of classical musicians is sure to be a great night of music under the stars at Ravinia. Bring a picnic and enjoy the evening.
Yundi at Ravinia
Yundi is a Chinese classical pianist who is known for being the youngest pianist to win the International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition, in 2000, at the age of 18. Enjoy Choplin's complete ballades and 24 preludes.
Brian Wilson & Rodriguez at Ravinia
Beach Boys mastermind and veteran solo artist Brian Wilson with opening act Rodriguez is sure to be a great night of music under the stars at Ravinia. Bring some friends and a picnic and enjoy the evening. Tickets are $75/65 and lawn seats are $33 in advance and $38 the day of the show.
Jeffrey Kahane at Ravinia
Jeffrey Kahane is an American classical music pianist and conductor, playing a night Bach's 'Goldberg' variations. Come out and enjoy a show under the stars at Ravinia.
The Best of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess at Ravinia
Join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with Bobby McFerrin, Conductor, for The Best of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Bring a picnic and some friends for an evening of great music under the stars at Ravinia. Tickets: $75/25, Lawn: $10