Concerts in downtown Chicago

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The Mozart Requiem
Monday, October 20, 7:30 pm
The Christmas Oratorio
Monday, December 1, 7:30 pm
Monday, January 26, 7:30 pm
Baroque Invention
Monday, February 22, 7:30 pm
Imogen Cooper
Plays Beethoven
Monday, March 30, 7:30 pm
War and Peace
Monday, May 18, 7:30 pm

Getting There:

For driving directions, parking and CTA information, click here.


Directions are to Millennium Park Parking Garage, not the theater. The theater is accessible by elevator from all levels of the garage.

Discounted parking validation for Millennium Park Garage (not the Grant Park Garage) is available at the Harris Theater Orchestra level box office for all ticket holders before the concert, during intermission, and following all performances. With validation, parking in Millennium Park Garage is $18 for up to six hours.

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From the north or south on Lake Shore Drive:

Lake Shore Drive to the Randolph Street exit, going west. Turn left at the first light onto Columbus Drive, move to the far right lane and follow the ramp down to Millennium Park Garage.

From the north or south on Michigan Avenue:

Turn east onto Randolph Drive and move to the center lane which becomes the down-ramp to Middle Randolph. Follow the ramp down. Turn right at the first stoplight, onto Middle Columbus Drive. Staying to the right, use the entrance for the Millennium Park Garage.


Once inside Millennium Park Garage, turn right, following signs that direct you toward the Randolph Street pedestrian exit. Parking levels 2 and 3 North offer the most convenient access to the theater. Park and follow signs for the Randolph Street pedestrian exit. (Parking spaces reserved for those requiring special access are available near the Millennium Park Garage elevator doors at level 2.) Take the parking garage elevator to the 2.5 level and enter directly into the Harris Theater Orchestra lobby. (Parking is also available at Grant Park North garage and Monroe Streeet Garage.)

CTA Travel:

(Information at 312.836.7000 or CTA website):

  1. Take CTA train line to Randolph & Wabash, walk .2 mile east to Harris.
  2. Take CTA bus to Randolph & Michigan, walk .1 mile east to Harris.

Those walking should use upper Randolph entrance to Harris.

Dining Partners:

Aria Restaurant
Fairmont Hotel
200 North Columbus Drive, Chicago
Reservations: 312.444.9494
or OpenTable.com

Park Grill
11 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago
Reservations: 312.521.PARK
or OpenTable.com

205 East Randolph Drive, Chicago (Millennium Park)
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About Harris Theater

By far the largest of all Music of the Baroque's venues, the Harris Theater at Millenium Park seats more than 1,500. The theater's unique design lends itself to exceptional accoustics and comfort for both concertgoers and musicians. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, “…the Harris continues to be an astonishingly beautiful place to listen to music. Its acoustics cradle sound like a velvet-lined jewel box. There is a sense of sumptuous depth to the theater, an aural atmosphere that imparts an overall glow but also allows individual music voices to sparkle in their own right.”

The heart of the theater is underground. Concertgoers have direct access to the adjoining underground Millennium Park Garage via garage elevators at the 2.5 level.

Pricing Chart

Seating Chart
  $75 (A+)
  $62 (A)
  $45 (B)
  $38 (C)
  $27 (Upper Balcony)
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