The Chicago Auto Show is back, presenting the nation’s largest showing of the best of the best in the auto industry. This nine-day event kicks off on February 8 at McCormick Place and is open through February 17.
More than 1,000 automobiles will be on display for the public eye. Dozens of makes and hundreds of models will be on site in all of their glory. Domestics and imports from around the world, concept cars, and antiques will be in full representation at the exhibition. As if that was not enough, spectators will also see special project cars, high powered competition vehicles and rare collector models.
This is the event car enthusiasts plan for all year. Take laps around the McCormick Place over several days; adult tickets are only $12 and children and seniors get in for $6.
For a night to remember, dress in your best black-tie attire and support 18 local Chicago charities at the First Look for Charity event on February 7 from 7:00 – 11 p.m.
On February 11, ladies can enter for only $6 and can attend special programs meant to educate on the dynamics of purchasing and leasing a vehicle. Other programs focusing on vehicle maintenance will also be available that day.
If you bring in three canned goods on February 12, 13 or 14, entry is only $6. Food items will benefit A Safe Haven.
The 106th Chicago Auto Show is one of the hottest events this winter. Visit http://www.chicagoautoshow.com/about-the-show/ for tickets and details on daily events.