People tend to check in during these times:
You'll be enjoying this view for a LONG time if you take the CTA bus 146 out and back. Concert ended at 11pm and walked to stop by 11:10 but bus didn't show up until 11:40 at stop 4593.
Give yourself enough time for the disorganized bag check and if you've been reassigned tickets because the wrong seat map was put up on the internets. Over to will call line, then back to gate line😁
Went for the Jill Scott concert which was amazing but the seats here are too little and close together
Fun summer concerts here in Chicago
Go see a show at this venue!
Unless you want to get there 3 hours ahead of time, do yourself a favor and don't buy a lawn ticket!
Goo Goo Dolls :)
Ok venue downtown. Sound isn't as loud as bigger venues.
Worst venue in/around Chicago to see a concert. They should have left it at 6000 capacity
Zero concession stands on the lawn accept credit cards. You can't see the stage from the lawn. The video screen is off by at least 1 second from the sound
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This is my favorite outdoor concert venue. There is a free trolley shuttle to and from the garage and northerly island.
Beautiful spot. Poor cell reception.
Walk the Lexus Red Carpet and check out the new 2014 IS 250 F SPORT right past the main gates for a chance to upgrade your concert experience or win a ride home in style courtesy of Lexus. #LexusVIP!
Phishing should become a regular occurrence at this venue :-p
One of the most ignorant group running venues. Only spot in Chicago where you can't bring an umbrella when it is 60% likely to rain. No customer service. $13 for a drink
Bring some cash... The ATMs charge 4 bucks to pull money out...
Great venue. Shocking beer prices. Moody staff
Terrible venue! So much mud and you couldn't hear the music or see the stage.
Be sure to check out the amazing view over a $4 beer!
This truly is a fabulous venue... I highly recommend seeing concerts here.
2012-08-17 Unity Tour Slightly Stoopid + 311 and The Aggrolites - http://bit.ly/UnityTour_Chicago_Aug17Tix
Get the $11 buds. Cheap as chips
Awesome seats no matter where you sit!
8-27-11 Slightly Stoopid's Seedless Summer Tour w/ Rebelution and Shwayze & Cisco Adler
Go to a concert here!
It’s one of the best places in Chicago to see a concert – great views of downtown and right next to Lake Michigan, this is the ultimate Chi-town experience. – Team Live Nation
Charter One Pavilion was the recording location of O.A.R.’s Live Album Rain or Shine and Jason Mraz’s Live CD/DVD Jason Mraz’s Beautiful Mess – Live on Earth. – Team Live Nation
Went to OAR here. What a great venue for a show downtown! Beer is $11 though so plan for that
Panic and the Allman Bros. rocked this venue.