Buckle your seatbelts.
Millions of people have visited the show since its premiere. Over recent years, concept cars, new models, hybrids, presentations, and promotional events have become the backbone of the event.
This year is no different. Here’s a look at what to expect.
- Multiple world and North American reveals
- Massive range of both domestic and imported vehicles
- Concept cars
- 1,000 vehicles on display
- Vast array of accessories
- Auto-related exhibits
- Competition vehicles
- Project, antique, and collector vehicles
The Chicago Cubs Anthony Rizzo is sure to be a huge hit, and multiple Blackhawks players, both current and past will be making an appearance. Check out the numerous other auto, sports, and music events at http://www.chicagoautoshow.com/news/events/
McCormick Place, 2301 S Lake Shore Drive
You can purchase at McCormick Place ticket booths on site or at https://www.chicagoautoshow.com/tickets/.
- Adults – $12
- Seniors (62 and older) – $7
- Children (7-12) – $7
- Children 6 and under are free
Auto Show Special Days
- Monday: Family Day.
- Tuesday: Women’s Day. Women receive admission for $7. Presenters will discuss special women-oriented programs.
- Wednesday through Friday: Chicago Auto Show Food Drive. Bring three cans of food to receive a coupon for a $7 admission. All food will be donated to A Safe Haven Foundation.
- Friday, Feb. 19: Telemundo Hispanic Heritage Day. You can find more info at telemundochicago.com.
Chicago Auto Show Live Stream 2016
Not gonna be able to make it? You can watch the Chicago Auto Show Live at Autoblog.com.