Tips for Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park

205 E. Randolph Dr. Chicago IL 60601
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Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park 4.4666374397194195 out of 5 2281

172 Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park Tips

  • Casual 2
  • Dressy 1
  • Take public transit 4
  • Park in lot 2
  • Arrive early 2
  • Dine before you go 3
  • Food and drinks for purchase 1
Sarah Hinojosa
1 events
0 reviews
0 stars
Parking at Millenium Garage is much cheaper if you pay ahead using Spot Hero.
Doc C
7 events
4 reviews
5 stars
Try using SpotHero for parking in Millenium Garage. You won't even have to go outisde.
Harmon
88 events
63 reviews
9 stars
For some reason, Music of the Baroque does not let anything but bottled water into the performance. I don't believe this is a Harris Theatre policy, and it's annoying for those of us who would like a glass of wine with our music.
Harmon
88 events
63 reviews
9 stars
If I didn't have the best seat in the house, I don't know who did. Row V, seat 12, smack dab in the middle of the room, a little over halfway back. Just lucky, perhaps, but not the first time a Goldstar seat has turned out to be excellent.
dmt111
166 events
25 reviews
23 stars
We tried out the new restaurant at the Fairmont - The Tap Room and much enjoyed food and service. Will definitely go back since it is so convenient when visiting the Harris.
Lotus Prins
19 events
17 reviews
23 stars
Many places to dine on Michigan Avenue $-$$$. In the theater they sell wine and soft drinks. Vendors sell water and drinks inside the theater as well.
Lotus Prins
19 events
17 reviews
23 stars
Park in the Millennium Park Garage off of Michigan Avenue and validate your ticket and it will cost you $19 for 6 hours.
Lynn S
32 events
20 reviews
7 stars
Park in the Millennium Park lot on the Randolph side and you will be close to the entrance to the theater.
Agua Brendita
21 events
10 reviews
36 stars
Drinks for purchase at venue. No food for obvious reasons
Agua Brendita
21 events
10 reviews
36 stars
Venue is half a block away from the Metra on Randolph and Michigan.
Agua Brendita
21 events
10 reviews
36 stars
The weather was surprisingly warm but drizzling. I wore slacks and a blouse with boots. .
Harmon
88 events
63 reviews
9 stars
If you have a choice, don't get upper balcony seats - they aren't terrible, but the lower seats are much much better.
Harmon
88 events
63 reviews
9 stars
No drinks allowed into the theater, save for bottled water and, I suppose, a bottled soft drink (you might have to BYO the soft drink - I didn't look to see if they were being sold.)
Harmon
88 events
63 reviews
9 stars
Weird lighting on one of the lower floors - I can imagine that it might disorient someone with vision problems.
Harmon
88 events
63 reviews
9 stars
A small glass of wine is $9 (the prices are not posted.) Even taking into account that the objective is to make a profit, this is too much, in my view, and the wine too ordinary. At least at a restaurant, a 9 dollar glass of wine is of better quality.
BarryP
4 events
4 reviews
5 stars
The weather was rainy. I wore shirt and tan jeans and sport jacket as it was cool outside..
BarryP
4 events
4 reviews
5 stars
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.
BarryP
4 events
4 reviews
5 stars
Nice meal at the Park Grill in Millenium Park, and an easy walk to the theatre
Lisa P.
15 events
13 reviews
4 stars
Parking at Millinium Park was easy access to theater. Althought parking was more expensive than our 2 show tickets.
Mary Jo
32 events
15 reviews
8 stars

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