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The weather was rainy. I wore shirt and tan jeans and sport jacket as it was cool outside..
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toughest area in city to park. Could not get into Millenium lot due to Blues Fest, so wound up in Grant Park garage. Coupon from Park Grill made $33 parking only $18. No street parking and avoid Friday nights unless you take public transportation. And now with summer, there is a fest a week in Grant Park and this really affects parking.
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51 events
19 reviews
42 stars
attended Mar 28 2014

really a surprise. great dancing. love the live music.

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49 events
5 reviews
10 stars
attended Mar 28 2014

This group is like no other. Words just can't describe the level of excitement and talent this group processes. You'll just have to see the for yourself to truly understand!!

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27 events
15 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 29 2014

Fabulous world-class dance company in an excellent and convenient venue.

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About the Ticket Supplier: Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago

Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago began in 1962 as Dance Incorporated Chicago and became the Giordano Dance Company in 1966 when many of its live performances were broadcast by Chicago’s Public Television Station WTTW. In 1968 the company performed American jazz dance for the touring Bolshoi Ballet who were so impressed that an invitation was extended, and the company eventually toured the Soviet Union in 1974, the first jazz dance company to do so.

This focus on jazz dance led to a new name—Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago—and its current mission to develop and preserve the indigenous American art form of jazz dance, thereby creating an awareness of jazz dance as a true artistic expression of American life.