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Free Movies, Music and Fireworks, Oh My! Navy Pier Treats Guests to Frightening Fun This Halloween

Free Movies, Music and Fireworks, Oh My! Navy Pier Treats Guests to Frightening Fun This Halloween

October 4, 2017

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October 4, 2017

Festivities include free outdoor films and Halloween-themed music performances, Haunted Maze, party cruises, special fireworks and more

CHICAGO – Navy Pier has all the fun and fright this month as Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district celebrates Halloween with a wicked week of special events, including two outdoor feature films, Halloween-themed music performances, Haunted Maze, boat cruises and parties, a “spooktacular” fireworks show and much more.

The festivities kick off with Fright Flicks, a special Halloween-themed film series presented in partnership with the Chicago International Film Festival. On Saturday, October 21, guests are invited to catch free viewings of “Monster’s, Inc.” at 3 p.m. and “Ghostbusters” (2016) at 5:30 p.m. at the Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park. On Saturday, October 28, guests are welcomed back for “Monster House” at 3 p.m. and “Beetlejuice” at 5:30 p.m. at the same location. A limited amount of Halloween goody bags will be distributed to moviegoers on a first-come, first-served basis, while supply lasts. Guests may bring their own lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the free, family-friendly movie events. After the movie on October 28, catch a special Halloween Fireworks Show presented by Miller Lite at 9:30 p.m.

Navy Pier is also set to host a string of music performances leading up to Halloween as part of Sequence Ch!cago, a free dynamic performance series that celebrates local artists, musicians and cultural organizations. On October 21, guests can enjoy the sounds of Bomba Con Buya, ESSO Afrojam Funkbeat, and Ida y Vuelta from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Food Experience, located between Lalo’s and Brown Sugar Bakery. Several local artisans, such as Mosaico Arte Chicago, oOrn, Ivan Vasquez, and Susan Volk will also be on hand to enhance the cultural experience. On October 28, the Pier will present “Sounds from Beyond: The Undead Strings,” a Halloween-themed performance by Oistrakh Symphony of Chicago. Outfitted in zombie costumes, the group will take the Lake Stage at 4:30 p.m. to offer guests a chilling performance in between the Fright Flicks films. Supported by the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, all Sequence Ch!cago music programs are free and open to the public. The full schedule is available on the Navy Pier website.

Due to current construction in the Family Pavilion, Navy Pier will not host its annual Halloween costume contest or Pierwide trick-or-treating this year. However, there are still plenty of haunted happenings for guests of all ages to enjoy, from Navy Pier’s new Halloween programming to the many activities and specials offered at select establishments across the Pier.

Starting Friday, October 27, Amazing Chicago’s Funhouse Maze will transform into a Haunted Maze – featuring 4,800 square feet of pure terror, with surprises at every twist and turn. The Haunted Maze will be operational from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on October 27 and 28, and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased on site.

There are no tricks, only treats at Brown Sugar Bakery, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and McDonald’s at Navy Pier this Halloween! Stop by Brown Sugar Bakery between October 21 and 31 for sweet deals on Halloween-themed goodies. On October 31, children can receive a free Kid’s Meal at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. with the purchase of an adult entrée. McDonald’s will offer free small bags of candy on Halloween – available on a first-come, first-served basis while supply lasts.

From now through Halloween, families are welcome to take advantage of the Tinkering Lab Costume Shop at the Chicago Children’s Museum. During museum hours, guests are invited to plan, measure, cut, test, modify, attach and wear their costumes home. The Tinkering Lab Costume Shop combines the engineering and fashion design process to help young guests create their own costume pieces in this one-of-a-kind, do-it-yourself workshop! Click here to view the full calendar for the Chicago Children’s Museum.

Those 21 and over can wreak havoc into the witching hours of the night at The Nightmare at Navy Pier: 3rd Annual Haunted Halloween Ball on October 28 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. The special event offers cash bars, music selection from Chicago’s top DJs and unparalleled views of the lake and skyline. Tickets begin at $15 and can be purchased online.

Rather take your chances out on the deep, dark waters of Lake Michigan? Board the Spirit of Chicago – if you dare – for one of the following cruises: Titanic Masquerade – Pier Pressure Chicago Halloween Party Cruise on October 27; The Haunted Halloween Party Cruise on October 28; or The 3rd Annual Midnight Haunted Ghost Ship on October 28. Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased online. The Odyssey will also voyage out into the mystic waters for its Masquerade Fireworks Dinner Cruise, featuring a delicious three-course plated dinner, spooktacular views of the skyline and fireworks display, live DJ, complimentary champagne toast, and of course, bold, beautiful masquerade-style costumes.

In addition to the cruise parties, Entertainment Cruises is offering the following family-friendly celebrations at sea: Tricks & Treats Family Halloween Brunch Cruise aboard the Spirit of Chicago on October 29; Halloween Sunday Funday Brunch Cruise aboard the Mystic Blue on October 29; and Chicago Haunted River Tours aboard the Seadog on weekends throughout the month of October. Tickets and other details are available online.

Back on land, Riva Crab House and Tiny Tavern are conjuring up Halloween-themed drink specials all month. At Riva Crab House, guests can enjoy $3 mocktails: Autumn Chiller (ginger beer; orange juice; cranberry juice) and Vampire’s Blood (Sierra Mist; grenadine; cherries); or $8 cocktails: Purple People Eater (Tito’s Vodka; Blue Curacao; sweet and sour mix; grenadine; cranberry juice) and Ghoulish Ginger Beer (Bacardi Rum; ginger beer; orange slice; rosemary garnish). To see what creepy concoctions are brewing at Tiny Tavern, check out the menu online.

For more information or a full listing of the haunted happenings at Navy Pier, visit navypier.com/halloween.

Navy Pier Mission Statement

Navy Pier is the People’s Pier, Chicago’s lakefront treasure, welcoming all and offering dynamic and eclectic experiences through partnerships and programs that inspire discovery and wonder.

About Navy Pier

Located on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier is Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district, designed to inspire, educate and connect communities. A nonprofit since 2011, Navy Pier is free and accessible to all. It has the autonomy to act in ways that serve the greater good, with support from the corporate and philanthropic community to create impact where it matters most. Stretching more than six city blocks and welcoming more than 9 million guests annually, Navy Pier offers year-round accessibility to its guests and forms an elegant canvas for the unexpected. Originally opened in 1916 as a shipping and recreation facility, the Pier features more than 50 acres of public parks, restaurants, attractions, retail shops, exposition facilities and more. Navy Pier continues to celebrate its centennial with a series of special events and programming, year-round rides on the Centennial Wheel and ongoing pier-wide redevelopment efforts. More information is available at www.navypier.com.

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Navy Pier’s Sequence Ch!cago Spotlights the Best of the City’s Music and Arts

Navy Pier’s Sequence Ch!cago Spotlights the Best of the City’s Music and Arts

September 25, 2017

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September 25, 2017

Eclectic lineup of musicians and artisans to gather at the Pier between September 30 and December 20 as part of the iconic lakefront destination’s inaugural fall/winter series celebrating Chicago’s rich arts and culture scene

CHICAGO – Navy Pier, Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district, is welcoming the fall/winter season with Sequence Ch!cago, a free dynamic performance series that celebrates local artists, musicians and cultural organizations by showcasing their works across the Pier’s various unique platforms. Over the course of 10 dates between September 30 and December 20, Sequence Ch!cago will spotlight talented performers from across the city who have inspired and influenced the local Chicago’s diverse arts scene. Supported by the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation, the music performances are free and open to the public.

With programs such as “Sounds From Beyond: The Undead Strings,” “Housegiving” and “A Blues Christmas,” the series is set to offer fun, holiday-themed performances to align with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and other seasonal celebrations. The series will also highlight the unique sounds of Chicago’s ethnic cultural traditions – from African, Brazilian and Latin, to Middle Eastern, Indian and many others. On select dates, music performances will be accompanied by the Chicago Culture Market, a marketplace experience featuring handcrafted works produced by talented local artisans.

“A nod to Chicago’s distinguished arts and culture scene, Sequence Ch!cago embodies the spirit of this city’s world-class musical and artistic talent, while living up to Navy Pier’s mission of offering our guests free, dynamic and eclectic experiences during each visit,” says Navy Pier Chief Program and Civic Engagement Officer Michelle T. Boone. “This exciting, new series is sure to dazzle guests of all ages, from near and far, and from all walks of life. It is truly a celebration of the diversity found throughout our great city and at the People’s Pier.”

Full Sequence Ch!cago schedule (subject to change):
Saturday, September 30
Chicago Culture Market | 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. | Food Experience (between Lalo’s and Brown Sugar Bakery)
MUSIC: AMA (Brazilian); Katie Kaden; Surabhi Ensemble (Middle Eastern/Indian)
MARKET: #HIMOM (jewelry); Loom Chicago (creations by refugee artisans); Mashallah (jewelry); Nana Mendez
(jewelry/fashion); Rebuilding Exchange (furniture)
Friday, October 6
Chicago Sounds Like | 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. | Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park Performance Lawns
MUSIC: O’My’s and Ric Wilson in collaboration with Vocalo 91.1 FM
Saturday, October 21
Chicago Culture Market | 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. | Food Experience (between Lalo’s and Brown Sugar Bakery)
MUSIC: Bomba Con Buya (Bomba); ESSO Afrojam Funkbeat (Afro-Latin); Ida y Vuelta (Mexican)
MARKET: Mosaico Arte Chicago (art); oOrn (art); Ivan Vasquez (live art); Susan Volk (sculptural art)
Saturday, October 28
Sounds From Beyond: The Undead Strings | 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. | Lake Stage in Polk Bros Park Performance Lawns
MUSIC: Oistrakh Symphony of Chicago (performing Halloween-themed music dressed as zombies)
Wednesday, November 22
Housegiving: A People’s Pier House Party | 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. | Aon Grand Ballroom
MUSIC: Chicago House Legacy Project Band; Gene Hunt; Julius “The Mad Thinker”; Steve “Miggedy” Maestro; Queens of
House (Solkat and DJ Alicia)
Saturday, November 25
Chicago Culture Market | 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. | Food Experience (between Lalo’s and Brown Sugar Bakery)
MUSIC: Trio Mokili (African); Sam Trump (Soul); SVB Quartet (classical string quartet)
MARKET: AV Bead Designs; Bodega 18; Provoke Culture; The Silver Room
Saturday, December 2
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. | Food Experience (southwest corner, across from Ben and Jerry’s)
MUSIC: Cielito Lindo
Saturday, December 9
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. | Food Experience (southwest corner, across from Ben and Jerry’s)
MUSIC: Wicker Park Chamber Choir
Saturday, December 16
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. | Food Experience (southwest corner, across from Ben and Jerry’s)
MUSIC: Chicago Gay Men’s Choir
Wednesday, December 20
A Blues Christmas | 7 p.m. | Aon Grand Ballroom
MUSIC: Alligator Records Collaboration: Toronzo Cannon, Lil’ Ed, Lynne Jordan; Matthew Skoller

Sequence Ch!cago is an extension of Navy Pier’s commitment to raising its profile as a mission–‐driven cultural organization, with continued focus on offering dynamic and eclectic experiences through partnerships and programs. As the Fifth Third Bank Centennial Celebration continues in 2017, the Pier looks forward to introducing more exciting and innovative year–‐round programming for guests to experience and enjoy for free. For more information on this and other special offerings at the Pier, please visit www.navypier.com.

About Paul M. Angell Family Foundation

The mission of the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation is to advance society through the performing arts, conservation of the world’s oceans, and alleviation of poverty. The foundation was created in 2011 to honor Paul M. Angell, and strives to embody the legacy of his compassion, ingenuity and industriousness.

Navy Pier Mission Statement

Navy Pier is the People’s Pier, Chicago’s lakefront treasure, welcoming all and offering dynamic and eclectic experiences through partnerships and programs that inspire discovery and wonder.

About Navy Pier

Located on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier is Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district, designed to inspire, educate and connect communities. A nonprofit since 2011, Navy Pier is free and accessible to all. It has the autonomy to act in ways that serve the greater good, with support from the corporate and philanthropic community to create impact where it matters most. Stretching more than six city blocks and welcoming more than 9 million guests annually, Navy Pier offers year-round accessibility to its guests and forms an elegant canvas for the unexpected. Originally opened in 1916 as a shipping and recreation facility, the Pier features more than 50 acres of public parks, restaurants, attractions, retail shops, exposition facilities and more. Navy Pier continues to celebrate its centennial with a series of special events and programming, year-round rides on the Centennial Wheel and ongoing pier-wide redevelopment efforts. More information is available at www.navypier.com.

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Navy Pier Continues to Advance Centennial Vision as Construction for Family Pavilion Renovation Gets Underway

Navy Pier Continues to Advance Centennial Vision as Construction for Family Pavilion Renovation Gets Underway

September 19, 2017

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September 19, 2017

The iconic lakefront destination’s historic entrance set to transform into contemporary marketplace-like space with enhanced guest experiences and new, improved features; Design and construction efforts to be led by Gensler and James McHugh Construction Co.

CHICAGO – Navy Pier, Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district, today announced the next phase of its redevelopment as it commences renovations in the Family Pavilion, located at the Pier’s historic entrance. As with prior renovations, the Pier will remain open throughout construction, including parts of the Family Pavilion.

The Family Pavilion, which houses several restaurants, retail shops, kiosks and more, has seen tremendous success over the years with the help of the Pier’s longstanding partners that have occupied it. Now, the space is set to complement those experiences and showcase a bold, contemporary design to match the new Food Experience that opened last summer. Drawing on Chicago authenticity, the renovation will also enhance the guest experience, with improved
features and new partnerships to better accommodate guests as they explore the Pier and take advantage of the diverse offerings in the Family Pavilion.

“The re-imagination of the Family Pavilion, as outlined in the Pier’s Centennial Vision, marks a key milestone in Navy Pier’s transformational journey to becoming a world-class arts and cultural destination with this extraordinary space serving as a bustling marketplace and hub for retail, dining and leisure offerings inspired by our great city,” said Navy Pier President and CEO Marilynn Gardner. “We thank our partners and guests for their cooperation and understanding through this next phase of our redevelopment process.”

With completion slated for spring 2018, Navy Pier is working closely with its design and construction partners, Gensler and James McHugh Construction Co., to bring the vision of the new and improved Family Pavilion to life. Gensler’s multi-layered vision celebrates and showcases the Pier’s vitality and draws on the uniqueness and influence it has as a connector of the people who live in and visit the great City of Chicago. As a team embedded and invested in the city, the design is reflective of the mission to further Navy Pier as a global destination that is both family friendly and culturally sophisticated.

“Navy Pier has always been a place for the people of Chicago and those who visit – It’s the People’s Pier,” said Gensler Chicago Principal and Design Director Benjy Ward. “The design creates spaces that act as a background to enhance the bespoke experiences that millions of guests have every year. The architecture reveals the authentic, industrial nature of Chicago and the rich history of the Pier by stripping it down to its original intent.”

The Family Pavilion renovation is financed by Fifth Third Bank, title partner of the two-year Fifth Third Bank Centennial Celebration at Navy Pier and title partner of the 2016 and 2017 Fifth Third Bank Winter WonderFest.

“Fifth Third Bank is proud to partner with Navy Pier as this iconic Chicago landmark and international destination has hosted generations of guests, employees, community partners and friends,” said Fifth Third Bank Market President Eric S. Smith. “We are honored to help finance this critical redevelopment project as part of the Pier’s transformation readying it for the next 100 years and beyond.”

For more information regarding Navy Pier’s redevelopment plans and efforts, visit www.navypier.com.

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Family Pavilion Renderings | Credit: Gensler

About Gensler

Gensler is a global architecture, design and planning firm with 44 locations and more than 5,000 professionals networked across Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and the Americas. Founded in 1965, the firm serves more than 3,500 active clients in virtually every industry. Gensler designers strive to make the places people live, work and play more inspiring, more resilient and more impactful. Gensler Chicago was established in 1997. With over 300 architects and designers creating memorable experiences within hundreds of Chicago’s most important buildings and spaces, Gensler Chicago is woven in the urban fabric that makes Chicago a vibrant and livable city.

About Fifth Third Bank

Fifth Third Bancorp is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. As of March 31, 2017, the Company had $140 billion in assets and operated 1,155 full-service Banking Centers and 2,471 ATMs in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Florida, Tennessee, West Virginia, Georgia and North Carolina. Fifth Third operates four main businesses: Commercial Banking, Branch Banking, Consumer Lending, and Wealth & Asset Management. As of March 31, 2017, Fifth Third also had a 17.8 percent interest in Vantiv Holding, LLC. Fifth Third is among the largest money managers in the Midwest and, as of March 31, 2017, had $323 billion in assets under care, of which it managed $33 billion for individuals, corporations and not-for-profit organizations through its Trust, Brokerage and Insurance businesses. Investor information and press releases can be viewed at www.53.com. Fifth Third’s common stock is traded on the Nasdaq® Global Select Market under the symbol “FITB.” Fifth Third Bank was established in 1858. Member FDIC, Equal Housing Lender.

Navy Pier Mission Statement

Navy Pier is the People’s Pier, Chicago’s lakefront treasure, welcoming all and offering dynamic and eclectic experiences through partnerships and programs that inspire discovery and wonder.

About Navy Pier

Located on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier is Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district, designed to inspire, educate and connect communities. A nonprofit since 2011, Navy Pier is free and accessible to all. It has the autonomy to act in ways that serve the greater good, with support from the corporate and philanthropic community to create impact where it matters most. Stretching more than six city blocks and welcoming more than 9 million guests annually, Navy Pier offers year-round accessibility to its guests and forms an elegant canvas for the unexpected. Originally opened in 1916 as a shipping and recreation facility, the Pier features more than 50 acres of public parks, restaurants, attractions, retail shops, exposition facilities and more. Navy Pier continues to celebrate its centennial with a series of special events and programming, year-round rides on the Centennial Wheel and ongoing pier-wide redevelopment efforts. More information is available at www.navypier.com.

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CHICAGO HUMANITIES FESTIVAL TO PRESENT “CREATIVE CHICAGO: AN INTERVIEW MARATHON” WITH HANS ULRICH OBRIST, PART OF ART DESIGN CHICAGO 2018

CHICAGO HUMANITIES FESTIVAL TO PRESENT “CREATIVE CHICAGO: AN INTERVIEW MARATHON” WITH HANS ULRICH OBRIST, PART OF ART DESIGN CHICAGO 2018

September 13, 2017

Immersive Art Experience Drifts to Navy Pier

Immersive Art Experience Drifts to Navy Pier

September 6, 2017

Artistic Powerhouses Nick Cave and Jeanne Gang Join Forces for the First Time to Debut Special Project, Here Hear Chicago, at Navy Pier

Artistic Powerhouses Nick Cave and Jeanne Gang Join Forces for the First Time to Debut Special Project, Here Hear Chicago, at Navy Pier

August 22, 2017

Navy Pier Revives Chicago’s 1960s Caribbean Night Club with Free Encore of Teatro Vista’s Critically Acclaimed La Havana Madrid on Saturday, August 26

Navy Pier Revives Chicago’s 1960s Caribbean Night Club with Free Encore of Teatro Vista’s Critically Acclaimed La Havana Madrid on Saturday, August 26

August 21, 2017

Bust a Move at Navy Pier’s 2nd Annual Planet Chicago on August 25

Bust a Move at Navy Pier’s 2nd Annual Planet Chicago on August 25

August 15, 2017

Navy Pier and Fifth Third Bank Announce Recipients of 101 Rides 101 Nonprofit Partnerships

Navy Pier and Fifth Third Bank Announce Recipients of 101 Rides 101 Nonprofit Partnerships

July 14, 2017

Jazz Greats Honored as Navy Pier Celebrates its 101st Birthday with a Free Star-Studded Concert, Cultural Programming and More

Jazz Greats Honored as Navy Pier Celebrates its 101st Birthday with a Free Star-Studded Concert, Cultural Programming and More

July 11, 2017

NAVY PIER MARKS THE COMPLETION OF POLK BROS PARK WITH THE UNVEILING OF POLK BROS PARK PERFORMANCE LAWNS

NAVY PIER MARKS THE COMPLETION OF POLK BROS PARK WITH THE UNVEILING OF POLK BROS PARK PERFORMANCE LAWNS

July 10, 2017

Newcity: Navy Pier

Newcity: Navy Pier

Summer 2017

Free, Epic Art Collaboration Headed to Navy Pier This Fall

Free, Epic Art Collaboration Headed to Navy Pier This Fall

June 28, 2017

Fireworks, Freedom Fest and More Planned for Navy Pier’s Annual Independence Day Celebration

Fireworks, Freedom Fest and More Planned for Navy Pier’s Annual Independence Day Celebration

June 26, 2017

Navy Pier Celebrates Summer Solstice with Unveiling of New Public Art Installation and Live Musical Performances

Navy Pier Celebrates Summer Solstice with Unveiling of New Public Art Installation and Live Musical Performances

June 15, 2017

Research Vessel Blue Heron Makes Scientific Voyage to Navy Pier

Research Vessel Blue Heron Makes Scientific Voyage to Navy Pier

June 12, 2017

Pier Pride Returns to Chicago’s Popular Lakefront Destination

Pier Pride Returns to Chicago’s Popular Lakefront Destination

June 8, 2017

Peoples Gas Contributes $5 Million to Chicago’s Navy Pier for Sustainable Welcome Pavilion

Peoples Gas Contributes $5 Million to Chicago’s Navy Pier for Sustainable Welcome Pavilion

June 7, 2017

Navy Pier to Award 101 Free Rides on Centennial Wheel to 101 Local Nonprofits in Honor of its 101st Anniversary

Navy Pier to Award 101 Free Rides on Centennial Wheel to 101 Local Nonprofits in Honor of its 101st Anniversary

June 6, 2017

Calling All Young Ladies Celebrating a Quinceañera!

Calling All Young Ladies Celebrating a Quinceañera!

May 31, 2017

NAVY PIER OFFICIAL STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO LOCAL 727 SECURITY STRIKE

NAVY PIER OFFICIAL STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO LOCAL 727 SECURITY STRIKE

May 18, 2017

Navy Pier to Kick Off Summer Programming with Live on the Lake! in the Miller Lite Beer Garden and Aon Summer Fireworks

Navy Pier to Kick Off Summer Programming with Live on the Lake! in the Miller Lite Beer Garden and Aon Summer Fireworks

May 18, 2017

Navy Pier Welcomes Iconic Record Store, George’s Music Room, for Limited Time This Summer

Navy Pier Welcomes Iconic Record Store, George’s Music Room, for Limited Time This Summer

May 15, 2017

Time-Honored tradition of National Maritime Day and Blessing of the Fleet ceremony returns to Navy Pier in Chicago on Friday, May 19 at 11 AM

Time-Honored tradition of National Maritime Day and Blessing of the Fleet ceremony returns to Navy Pier in Chicago on Friday, May 19 at 11 AM

May 10, 2017

Navy Pier Honors Earth Day with Successful Implementation of Pier-Wide Sustainability Practices

Navy Pier Honors Earth Day with Successful Implementation of Pier-Wide Sustainability Practices

April 18, 2017

Navy Pier Prepares for British Invasion as Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones Makes Chicago Debut

Navy Pier Prepares for British Invasion as Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones Makes Chicago Debut

April 12, 2017

Big Bus Tours Partners with the Top-Visited Destination in the Midwest to Serve as the Official Bus Tour of Navy Pier

Big Bus Tours Partners with the Top-Visited Destination in the Midwest to Serve as the Official Bus Tour of Navy Pier

March 21, 2017

NAVY PIER AND CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE THEATER PARTNER FOR TEA CELEBRATING GWENDOLYN BROOKS

NAVY PIER AND CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE THEATER PARTNER FOR TEA CELEBRATING GWENDOLYN BROOKS

April 12, 2017

Navy Pier’s 2nd Annual Job Fair Expected to Draw Thousands as the Popular Lakefront Destination Gears Up for the Summer

Navy Pier’s 2nd Annual Job Fair Expected to Draw Thousands as the Popular Lakefront Destination Gears Up for the Summer

March 16, 2017

Navy Pier Jazzes Up Thursday Evenings with Big Sounds at Tiny Tavern

Navy Pier Jazzes Up Thursday Evenings with Big Sounds at Tiny Tavern

February 21, 2017

Navy Pier Seesaws into Spring with Impulse, an Interactive Public Art Installation in Polk Bros Park

Navy Pier Seesaws into Spring with Impulse, an Interactive Public Art Installation in Polk Bros Park

March 1, 2017

NAVY PIER APPOINTS THREE NEW BOARD MEMBERS AS IT CONTINUES ITS TRANSFORMATIVE REDEVELOPMENT

NAVY PIER APPOINTS THREE NEW BOARD MEMBERS AS IT CONTINUES ITS TRANSFORMATIVE REDEVELOPMENT

February 27, 2017

EXHIBITIONISM – THE ROLLING STONES, Delivered by DHL DEBUTS AT NAVY PIER APRIL 15, 2017 TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 24, 2017

EXHIBITIONISM – THE ROLLING STONES, Delivered by DHL DEBUTS AT NAVY PIER APRIL 15, 2017 TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 24, 2017

February 16, 2017

Navy Pier’s 7th Annual Neighborhoods of the World Travels through Seven Countries as Part of its Free Cultural Programming

Navy Pier’s 7th Annual Neighborhoods of the World Travels through Seven Countries as Part of its Free Cultural Programming

February 6, 2017

Navy Pier to Host Speed Dating on the Centennial Wheel as Part of Valentine’s Day Festivities

Navy Pier to Host Speed Dating on the Centennial Wheel as Part of Valentine’s Day Festivities

January 26, 2017

Navy Pier to Host Chicago International Puppet Theater’s Festival Neighborhood Tour on January 21

Navy Pier to Host Chicago International Puppet Theater’s Festival Neighborhood Tour on January 21

January 11, 2017

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