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Chicago has a culture and atmosphere that makes it one of the most unique destinations in the world. The most populous city in the Midwest has such a rich history, rabid sports fan base and thriving comedy and music scene that anyone who spends a few days in The Second City will ultimately dream of making a return trip. Getting around in Chicago is easy and no matter what time of year you get there, you’ll find something to do that you’ll always remember.

Sports in Chicago

The six major pro sports teams in Chicago are the Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago White Sox, Chicago Cubs and Chicago Fire. There is always something in season in Chicago, and college sports, like Northwestern, are also just a short ride away.

Concerts in Chicago

If sports aren't your cup of tea, there's plenty more that Chicago offers. The city is rife with musical talent and has been the home of innumerable acts throughout the decades. From the Chicago Soul in the 60s and 70s to the alternative rock of the 90s, Chicago has both spawned new music and welcomed in acts from around the country. The top music venues in Chicago are the House of Blues, Riviera Theatre, Aragon Ballroom and the Vic Theater.

Spring in Chicago

The spring in Chicago is nice and comfortable, with temperatures averaging around the mid-70s to the mid-50s. Winters bring snow and cold while the summers in the city can sometimes be extremely hot, so if you don’t want to mess with the elements, see the Windy City in the spring.

The Bulls and Blackhawks seasons are both winding down in spring, and both teams are good enough to routinely make the playoffs, so if you have a chance to see some postseason hockey or basketball, take that opportunity, you won’t regret it! Even if you aren’t a hockey fan, that will likely change if you go to a game in person. From big hits to 100 mph slap shots, there’s more than enough to keep you entertained. The Cubs and White Sox also start their seasons in April, so go check out who is in town!

United Center
United Center
Address: 1901 W Madison St, Chicago, Illinois, 60612

Whether it be for the Bulls, Blackhawks or a top shelf concert, the United Center is a great venue for just about everything.

United Center Tickets


Summer in Chicago

The Cubs and White Sox are both well into their seasons by the time the summer comes around, and both bring a unique experience to baseball in the city. Surrounding Wrigley Field is Wrigleyville, where bars and restaurants line the neighborhoods for one big party before every home game. The White Sox play at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago’s south side in Bridgeport, which can be reached on the green and red lines. Get a Chicago dog outside the stadium and head in to either park for an unforgettable baseball experience. Bonus points if it’s Cubs vs. Sox!

The concert summer tours are coming around, and whether it’s at the smaller venues around the downtown area or places like Solider Field and the United Center, every band will stop in Chicago. Chicago concert tickets are all listed on this page for every venue in the Chicagoland area. Check out the Blues Festival in Grant Park every June as well.

Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field
Address: 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, Illinois, 60613

Wrigley Field has been home to the Chicago Cubs since 1916.

Wrigley Field Tickets

US Cellular Field
US Cellular Field
Address: 333 W 35th St, Chicago, Illinois, 60616

The White Sox have been playing home games at US Cellular Field since 1991.

US Cellular Field Tickets


Fall in Chicago

The fall season means one thing in Chicago, it’s Bears season. Soldier Field is one of the most iconic football stadiums in the country and is a true bucket-list pick for any big football fan (much like Wrigley Field is for Cubs fans). Soldier Field is right off Lake Michigan just south of downtown, and a Bears tailgate+game is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

The Bulls season starts in the fall, and the Cubs/White Sox are trying to make the playoffs in September. It’s a truly great time to be in Chicago for a sports fan.

If you’re looking for other entertainment, Chicago is peppered with famous venues, including the Chicago Theater. This iconic building was built in 1921 and is considered to be an unofficial emblem of the city. It is frequently the host of shows ranging from comedy, to pop music acts to classical music.

Soldier Field
Soldier Field
Address: 1410 Museum Campus Dr, Chicago, Illinois, 60605

Soldier Field is home to the Chicago Bears.

Soldier Field Tickets

Chicago Theatre
Chicago Theatre
Address: 175 N State St, Chicago, Illinois, 60601

One of the cities oldest venues, the Chicago Theatre is a great place to catch a touring Broadway show.

Chicago Theatre Tickets


Winter in Chicago

It’s cold outside, but rooting on the Bulls at the United Center will warm you right up. See the six NBA Championships in the rafters that were won by Michael Jordan and the Bulls in the 90s as you see their new star, Derrick Rose, light up the scoreboard. Bulls not in town? Then there’s a good chance the Blackhawks are, as they share the same venue. Chicago won the Stanley Cup in 2013 and have good young talent to last them throughout the years.

Chicago’s Theater District is bustling this time of year, between holiday shows and Broadway plays. Check out our theater tickets for shows at the Oriental Theatre, Cadillac Place Theatre, Bank of America Theatre and the Broadway Playhouse.

United Center
United Center
Address: 1901 W Madison St, Chicago, Illinois, 60612

The United Center is not only home to the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks, it also serves as a popular stop for touring artists.

United Center Tickets

House Of Blues
House Of Blues
Address: 329 N Dearborn St, Chicago, Illinois, 60654

The House Of Blues is one of the premier concert venues in Chicago.

House Of Blues Tickets


Major Events in Chicago

Many major sporting events have taken place in Chicago, including the 1994 World Cup. Four NFC Championship games, Notre Dame football games, the Stanley Cup Finals, the NCAA basketball tournament and various WWE events have all taken place in the Windy City throughout the years.

You also can't leave Chicago without indulging in some of the cuisine. Whether it's a Chicago-style pizza, a hot dog or the city's famous Italian beef sandwich, it will definitely leave you wanting more.

Chicago Ticket Brokers

There are a dozen or more ticket brokers, ticket resellers or ticket companies in Chicago. Chicago ticket brokers offer seats to the hometown sports teams and top Chicago concerts. TicketCity is a reliable ticket source for Chicago concerts, shows and sporting events. Corporate buyer or event planner? Contact us if you need a large block of tickets or a luxury suite.