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The Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance is a 1500-seat state-of-the art performance venue located in Chicago's Millennium Park. Opened in November 2003, the nonprofit Harris Theater was the first multi-use performance venue...more
Saw Giordano Dance company here. Seating is great. Comfortable cushions, stadium seating. Center orchestra area provides best view. Front 2 rows are not recommended as the row is close to stage level. Sound is great. Very modern venue with recent renovations, even the restrooms are...More
We really enjoyed seeing the Grant Park Symphony performance if Haydn and Debussy here when it was moved due to Lollapolozza. I particularly enjoyed being served in my seat. We paid extra for the reserved section and loved how well we could see the orchestra....More
Cathy & I just saw the Gus Giordano Dance Company perform here...and they were fabulous!!! If you like jazz and modern dance (the dancers are all classically trained, so they really have the chops:)...), you'll love this company.
Regarding the house itself...it's really mediocre, despite...More
The Harris Theatre for music and dance has perfect acoustics, no view barriers and no matter where you sit, you can hear well and see well. Balcony seats or orchestra seats, it does not matter. And they have the best artists in Dance and Music...More
The Harris Theater is yet another venue that makes Millenium Park a great gathering spot in the heart of Chicago. This was my first visit here - I never knew there was a theater in Millenium Park. This is not a super-glamorous place: concrete abounds....More
We have had a subscription to the family series for the last 4 or 5 years. We enjoy the hour long shows with a variety of entertainers. Seats are reasonable and there's often a chance to hang out with the performers after the performance.
The very modern Harris Theater is in Millennium Park in Chicago. We saw an opera there in October 2017. The theater's acoustics are excellent: we could hear the singers and orchestra very well from the upper balcony where our seats were. The performance was outstanding...More
We saw the Shen Yun (Chinese dance) performance here. Our seats were stage left, about 20 rows back and we had a great view. The only way to get to any seats is via stairs instead of ramps, due to the steep grade of the...More
We attended Music of the Baroque here...great seats (all seemed quite good) and great sound. The theater itself is rather unattractive, with colored fluorescent lights in the lobby area and a rather industrial feel. The location is great, though, with easy parking, and the theater...More
Came here for a Sunday Matinee performance. Located in Millennium Park, there is ample parking in the Millennium Park garage and easy access to the theater from the garage. The day we went the posted rate was $27 for 0-3 hours. We used Spothero though...More
Often visitors' first stop in Chicago, The Loop is a good starting point to sample the city's energy and flavor. This central business district boasts Michelin-rated restaurants, upscale hotels, premier shopping, and enough arresting architecture to keep your camera busy for hours. You won’t find too many photo galleries of downtown Chicago without a shot of Millennium Park and Cloud Gate (“The Bean”), one of
the most iconic landmarks in the city. A stunning skyline coupled with cultural attractions like the Art Institute of Chicago present a Downtown where work and play peacefully coexist.