Ravinia Pavilion

200 Ravinia Park Road Highland Park IL 60035
Goldstar

Accessibility

Accessible or ADA seating is regularly available. Contact us after buying tickets by replying to your confirmation email to make arrangements.

Parking for patrons with a valid handicap license plate or other authorized identification is available on the right-of-way south of the Tyler Gate (West Gate) and in the main lot off Green Bay Road on a first-come, first-served basis. All facilities at Ravinia are wheelchair-accessible. Each performance venue has designated spaces for patrons in wheelchairs and their companions. Advance reservations are requested to prevent disappointment in the event of a sold-out performance.

The Pavilion, Martin Theatre and Bennett-Gordon Hall are equipped with assisted listening systems and wireless headsets. There is no charge for this service, but a major credit card or driver’s license is required as deposit.

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Advisories

Children age 6 and younger are not permitted inside the Pavilion. All concerts occur rain or shine. Photographic, video and audio recording equipment is strictly prohibited at Ravinia. The following items are also prohibited: Pets; athletic equipment (such as balls and Frisbees); umbrellas over six feet in diameter; canopies of any size; tents or anything else that needs to be staked into the ground.

408 Ravinia Pavilion Tips

  • Casual 4
  • Take public transit 2
  • Parking is free 2
  • Shuttle to/from lot 2
  • Pack a picnic 3
  • Food and drinks for purchase 2
  • Dine before you go 1
Michele
92 events
9 reviews
18 stars
Parking was $25 cash and near the entrance. Only disappoint was I did not know you couldn't bring food or drinks into the pavilion area. I do not think it was clear on the website. We threw out our water bottles since it was $10 to by a Ravinia cup that you had to pour the beverage into prior to entering the pavilion. The website said you could picnic on the lawn but nothing about no beverages or left over food. It was strictly enforced.
Alice Ginsburgh
12 events
5 reviews
13 stars
Take the Metra. There are shuttle buses from station to Ravinia. Dining options are plentiful but Maribel and Parkview require reservations.
Harmon
94 events
69 reviews
10 stars
I made the mistake of getting a prepared Greek salad from the Ravinia Market. This "Greek" salad had a total of 2 olives, and about a teaspoon of tiny feta cheese crumbles. It had no peppers. But it had gobs of chickpeas - a cup of them. The offerings at the Market are overpriced in the first place, compared to what you can get from, say, Mariano's, but the salad itself was not worth half the price. When I told the manager, his reaction was "I'll tell the staff" and "is there anything else we can do for you?" Well, the answer to that second question is "no, not now or ever."
WindyDavy
481 events
100 reviews
36 stars
Eat in the Park View Restaurant; make a reservation if you're going for an evening concert.
Carolina
16 events
10 reviews
27 stars
Since the concert was at Rivinia, I would make sure what kind of tickets are being purchased. I made the mistake of assuming the tickets were for the lawn and instead it was for inside the Pavilion.

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