Weekend Alert

If you're under the impression that the coming days will be solely dedicated to weekend-long Valentine's Day celebrations in Chicago, think again. Take advantageous of the weekend shows in Chicago Theatre Week, the final days of the Chicago Auto Show, a two night stand of Justin Timberlake here in our city, and jazz up your weekend a bit with a cultural performance or a Duke Ellington original. We've got a lot in store for you, so don't spend your whole paycheck on a Valentine's Dinner

Chicago Theatre Week (Through 2/16)

Chicago Theatre Week CTW

Make the most of your week and take advantage of Chicago Theatre Week's $15 and $30 ticket deals. Another perk? Uber is sponsoring your ride to a CTW show! If you're new to Uber, use the promo code THWEEK to get $25 off your first ride (excludes TAXI)CTW will conclude on Sunday so there's no time to dilly-dally, friends: browse the menu of shows and get your tickets here.

Chicago Auto Show (Through 2/17)

Chicago Auto Show_5

Tomorrow may be Valentine's Day, but for some, a person's bond his or her Jaguar F-Type Coupe is relationship enough.  In case you missed it this past week or need to go again, check the Chicago Auto Show's special days coming up. Today and tomorrow are part of the Chicago Auto Show Food Drive where patrons who bring three cans of food for the A Safe Haven Foundation will receive a coupon for $6 admission, and tomorrow will also be Telemundo Hispanic Day.

Justin Timberlake (2/16-17)

Justin Timberlake

The Justin Timberlake experience is here. Better yet - The 20/20 Experience World tour is here!  JT is in the house (and at the United Center) this weekend in Chicago Sunday and Monday, as a cherry on top of your long President's Day weekend. Seize the day and don't miss your chance to see JT's moves and croon to JT's smooth jams live in person.

Neighborhoods of the World (2/16-4/13)

Neighborhoods of the World

This weekend, the Neighborhoods of the World performance series kicks off in the Crystal Gardens of Navy Pier in celebration of Chicago's cultural diversity throughout our own neighborhoods right here in the city. Each performance will be an afternoon celebration of music, dance, colorful costumes, authentic cuisine, and local folk artists from different countries. To start things off, the Chinese Celebration of the China Latern Festival will take place this sunday February 16 from 12-3PM.

Queenie Pie (2/15-3/5)

Queenie Pie

Starting this weekend and running through March 5, the Chicago Opera Theater presents Duke Ellington's Queenie Pie, a productin that flawlessly blends big band sound and clever jazz lyrics with the musical styles of opera, jazz and musical theater. Queenie Pie stirkes a chord with those looking to relive the time of the Duke, or who would enjoy the smoothness of jazz put to musical theater. Don't miss your chance to get tickets for opening night this Saturday!