Clarion Hotel Midway Airport
7353 S. Cicero Avenue
Chicago, IL 60629
Phone: (773) 581-5300
Fax: (773) 581-8421
AMC Ford City 14 features comfortable reclining seats so you can truly relax as you watch a movie. Before the movie starts head to the theater's onsite bar where you can order a pint.
Owned by the Village of Bridgeview, this venue is home to the Chicago Fire Soccer team. Now this is a massive arena that towers up four levels and can seat more than 20,000 screaming fans. Fully equipped and easily accessible, the complex boasts an office space, executive and party suites, a terrace and a permanent stage. With its crystal clear sound system and bright lighting, it is also a hot-spot for concerts and musical performances. Hit the website, check the schedule and snap up your tickets—there are various booking options. Enjoy the game or concert in style!
Regarded as a favorite nightspot by several club goers of the region, La Botana is a chic nightclub that boasts of a zealous atmosphere. The club is adorned with a vibrant decor, mind blowing acoustics and a comfy ambiance which makes it a perfect place for a casual conversation with friends. The club's in-house DJs are versatile; who play Spanish music on one hand and rock tunes on the other. La Botana also hosts live musicals and concerts to promote upcoming talent. If you are a hardcore music enthusiast, then you must visit the club.
AFC Center (or the AFC World Outreach Center) houses a theater that can comfortably accommodate 2200 people. Various important events like the Walgreens Youth Summit on National Black HIV/AIDS have taken place at this venue. It is also used by local bodies like schools and churches to host plays and Sunday services. Many big names from the entertainment industry have also performed here. Call this popular venue for the upcoming shows of touring bands or artists.
Located just 15 miles from downtown Chicago, this club features emerging and established comedians, an open mic night and more. Dinner packages are available, and there is a two drink minimum for each show. Visit the website for a current schedule.
The area's oldest racetrack has been in operation at its present location since 1891 and is still going strong. Hawthorne offers the only live thoroughbred racing during autumn in the area. If you're new to horse racing, don't fret, just stop by the Hawthorne Handicapping and Business Center where you can get a few important tips.
Beverly Arts Center is located in the Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhood of Chicago. The center encourages art of all forms through music, dance, theater and other classes for adults and children. It also serves as a venue for hosting exhibitions and other artistic performances. Some of the events held here include dance concerts, musicals, plays and instrumental performances.
The El Rey Ballroom is the place for live music. With a great sound system the venue hosts various types of music from heavy metal, classic rock and Spanish rock to alternative and electronic. Check the website for the next great show.
ICE Chatham 14 is a great place to catch the hottest in Hollywood releases. Featuring great seats, discounts and promotions and grub stalls that add to your movie experience, this movie theater is a great stop while in Chicago. For movie schedules and more, do check out their website.
Located in the heart of downtown, the Depot Station is a historic zone that is getting an uplift through the efforts of local citizens. easily accessible by the three Metra commuter stations, it comprises of Windsor and Stanley Avenues. It is the home of many cultural events and festivals such as the yearly Oktoberfest, Music, Art & Vintage in the Street and the Mini-Golf Pub Crawl.
Well known as the Chodl Auditorium, the J. Sterling Morton High School East Auditorium, is a beautiful structure built in it's Beaux Arts beauty style. Featuring a stage as big as a basket ball court, the hall could seat approximately 2,545 people in the auditorium. Popularly known as the largest high school auditorium, the hall was used for several community events and high school productions. This hall is on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983.
After a series of ups and downs, the Olympic Theater finally opened doors in the year 2008. The new owners (sons of the former owner) have refurbished the theater in the 72-year old building. With a brand new appearance, the theater promises exciting entertainment. Those who have witnessed the grandeur of the old theater are much satisfied with the restoration of the French renaissance architecture. The prime focus is on music concerts and theatrical performances.