The legendary British actor and comedian comes to Chicago to resurrect tales from the making of the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Tickets range from $65 – $85.
January 27 – 8pm and 10:30pm
The hit stand-up comedian, known for his Netflix special Bare and FX series Legit, is coming to Chicago and bringing his raunchy jokes with him for two back-to-back shows. Tickets range from $39.50 – $49.50.
Dancing with the Stars
January 28 – 4pm & 8pm
The cast from the hit ABC ballroom dancing show come to perform original, jaw-dropping numbers as part of their nationwide tour. Tickets range from $55 – $75.
The iconic “Queen of Soul” was scheduled last month to perform but had to reschedule due to bad weather, so don’t miss this second chance to see her live. Tickets range from $49.50 – $149.50.
April 1 – 8pm; April 2 – 7pm
The multiple award-winning actor and comedian from favorites like When Harry Met Sally, City Slickers, and Monsters Inc. hits the stage to deliver fun stand-up and intimate stories. Tickets range from $39.50 – $150.
April 7 – 8pm
The comedian known for performing the first live broadcast of a Comedy Central standup special visits Chicago with plenty of laughs. Tickets range from $45 – $62.50.
April 8 – 7pm & 10pm
This standup comedian and writer known for her Netflix specials and Comedy Central appearances shares new material in Chicago. Tickets range from $39.50 – $65.
Move – Beyond: Live on Tour
April 22 – 3pm & 8pm
The award-winning sibling phenomenon known for their casting on Dancing with the Stars returns with their sold-out tour featuring incredible choreography. Tickets range from $29.50 – $89.50.
The well-known model and feminist activist puts on an interactive show to deliver her liberating messages during the “wildest pajama party of your life.” Attendees must be 18 and over for entry. Tickets range from $43.50 – $63.50.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson
May 16 – 7:30pm
This astrophysicist and pop culture icon is bringing his knowledge of the universe to the Chicago stage in conjunction with the release of his book, “Astrophysics for People in a Hurry.” Tickets range from $49.50 – $250.
After graduating from the U of I with a Bachelor’s in English, Courtney hit the ground running. A lifelong passion for writing (oddly foreshadowed by a tendency to live on streets named after dead British authors) is what drives her professional endeavors. When she’s not at her desk with headphones in, cranking out articles on Chicago’s music, dining, and nightlife scenes, you can usually find her at concerts around the city, watching horror movies, psyching herself into going to the gym, or obsessing over scented candles.