Chicago Symphony Center Tickets and Seating Charts - Chicago, IL

Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra Benjamin Grosvenor Bruce Liu Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Elim Chan - Sheherazade Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Esa-Pekka Salonen Mahler's Resurrection Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Goldilocks and The Three Bears Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Herbert Blomstedt - Beethoven Symphony No. 7 Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Jakub Hrusa & Gil Shaham - Mendelssohn Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Jakub Hrusa - Also Sprach Zarathustra Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Jakub Hrusa - Gil Shaham Plays Mendelssohn Chicago Symphony Orchestra: James Conlon - Mendelssohn's Elijah Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Joe Hisaishi - Hisaishi Conducts Hisaishi Chicago Symphony Orchestra: John Morris Russell - Shaken, Not Stirred Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Juraj Valcuha - The Elements With Joshua Bell Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Kazuki Yamada - Helmchen Plays Beethoven Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Klaus Makela & Yuja Wang Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Lahav Shani - Tchaikovsky Pathetique & Trifonov Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Manfred Honeck - Montgomery & Bruckner 7 Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider - Mozart & Stravinsky Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Richard Kaufman - Close Encounters of the Third Kind Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Robert Chen - The Music of Bach Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Sound Waves Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Stephane Deneve - Ravel's Bolero Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Susanna Malkki - Mahler 4 Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Tugan Sokhiev - Chopin & Tchaikovsky Dianne Reeves, Chucho Valdes & Joe Lovano Eliades Ochoa Evgeny Kissin Gateways Music Festival Orchestra Herbie Hancock Hilary Hahn and Friends Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Mitsuko Uchida Max Raabe And The Palast Orchestra Yefim Bronfman Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott

Chicago Symphony Center Seating Charts

Chicago Symphony Center - End Stage Seating Map

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About Chicago Symphony Center

Located in Chicago, Illinois, Chicago Symphony Center is a performing arts center that first opened its doors in 1904. Currently, it’s under the ownership of Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association.

Chicago Symphony Center Seating

Chicago Symphony Center has a total capacity of 2,522. However, this figure can vary for events with unique venue configurations.

Events at Chicago Symphony Center

Chicago Symphony Center is the hub for several events. The venue serves as the stage for concert and children / family events, in addition to hosting other functions.

Getting into Chicago Symphony Center

Want to ensure a smooth entry to Chicago Symphony Center? We've got you covered! From security to accessibility, we've compiled all the info you need for a hassle-free arrival.

Security at Chicago Symphony Center

Security at Chicago Symphony Center is taken very seriously. All guests are required to go through security checks before entering the venue. Typically, security checkpoints tend to get longer as you get closer to the start time of the event. We recommend planning ahead so you don’t miss anything. Please note that Chicago Symphony Center has a strict bag policy.

Chicago Symphony Center Bag Policy & Prohibited Items

You may bring a small clutch bag, and any large bags need to be deposited at the coat check.

What to Bring to Chicago Symphony Center

When you come to an event at Chicago Symphony Center, please make sure to bring your ticket and a valid ID, especially if you want to purchase alcohol. We recommend bringing a credit or debit card and also a little cash. Because this is an indoor venue, weather is often not a factor. However, as it is climate-controlled, it might be worth bringing a light jacket just in case it gets a little chilly inside.

Is Chicago Symphony Center ADA Accessible?

Chicago Symphony Center is committed to providing a comfortable experience for all guests. Assistive listening is available, and so is sensory accessibility. The venue is ADA compliant, too. Typically, Chicago Symphony Center has special seating and preferred entry gates for these patrons. Be sure to check the policy for your specific event for more information.

Chicago Symphony Center Experience

Your experience at Chicago Symphony Center extends beyond the event itself. Discover delicious food and drinks, convenient transportation options, and more to create an unforgettable memory.

Food and Beverage at Chicago Symphony Center

Plenty of concessions are available at Chicago Symphony Center. Non-alcoholic beverages are served as well as alcoholic beverages including but not limited to beer and hard seltzer.

Payment Methods Accepted at Chicago Symphony Center

Chicago Symphony Center primarily operates on a cashless basis. This implies that while some vendors may still accept cash, most onsite purchases are done with digital wallets or debit and credit cards. Although Chicago Symphony Center accepts most credit cards (such as Visa and Mastercard), it is prudent to carry a small amount of cash for tipping and for the few vendors that might accept it inside and outside the venue.

How to Get to Chicago Symphony Center

Chicago Symphony Center is located at 220 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois, 60604. We've got you covered with all the options to get there, from public transportation to convenient rideshares.

How Early Should I Get to Chicago Symphony Center?

Arrival times may vary depending on the event, but we recommend arriving at the venue about an hour before the scheduled start time. This gives you some breathing room in case of traffic congestion, parking difficulties, visits to the merchandise store, or if you want to grab some food and drinks before the event starts.

Rideshare Drop-off and Pickup Location

At Chicago Symphony Center, there are specific pick-up locations for rideshare users. You’ll find the designated pick-up spots at Adams St. or Michigan Ave. Using rideshare to attend an event is a great option because it eliminates the stress of finding parking, which can often be scarce and expensive. Additionally, ridesharing promotes safety by providing reliable transportation if you plan on drinking alcohol during your visit.

Closest Bus Stop to Chicago Symphony Center

For a budget-friendly option, the nearest bus stop is located at Michigan Ave & Jackson Blvd.

Closest Train Stop to Chicago Symphony Center

You can find the nearest train/metro station at Adams/Wabash station. One of the biggest benefits of taking the train is that it is rarely late, and you never have to deal with unforeseen traffic or parking issues.

Symphony Center is the premier music venue for classical music performances in Chicago. Boasting one of the best acoustics in North America. It provides guests with a unique and unforgettable experience. It is one of the most famous and renowned concert halls in the world and is home to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of America's “Big Five” orchestras. Completed in 1997, it has seen many renowned classical musicians play throughout its long history. Chicago in Illinois is a vibrant and exciting city located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Attractions like The Magnificent Mile or Millennium Park, dining experiences at some of the area’s best restaurants; museums; galleries; beaches; neighborhoods; and Soldier Field Stadium offer plenty of things to do from day until the night. The Loop is home to unique boutiques and big department stores. So no matter what your budget is like you’ll find something worth taking home with you as a souvenir. With so much going on here in all seasons of the year visitors may want multiple visits. For a combination of world-class performances and a truly historical experience be sure to visit the Chicago Symphony Center. Whether you're looking for an educational experience or just an evening out on the town there's something for everyone at the Symphony Center.

Event Dates and Pricing Information

Performer Date Price Tickets Available
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 5, 2024 From $98 30
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 7, 2024 From $87 161
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 8, 2024 From $31 157
Eliades Ochoa Mar 8, 2024 From $70 163
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 9, 2024 From $74 210
Benjamin Grosvenor Mar 10, 2024 From $23 207
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 12, 2024 From $72 320
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 14, 2024 From $91 299
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Mar 15, 2024 From $96 239
Max Raabe And The Palast Orchestra Mar 15, 2024 From $91 228