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Soldier Field, Chicago IL | Nearby Businesses

1410 S Museum Campus Dr
Chicago, IL 60605

(312) 235-7000

Event Venue Near Soldier Field

Skydeck Chicago
Distance: 1.5 mi Competitive Analysis
233 S Wacker Dr, 103rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60606

(312) 875-0066

The Blackstone, A Renaissance Hotel
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
636 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

(312) 447-0955

This stylish and swanky hotel has hosted presidents, movie stars and notorious gangsters. Among downtown Chicago hotels, the Renaissance Blackstone stands out as one of the finest, most elegant luxury hotels on Michigan Avenue. Near Grant Park and a mere 3 blocks from Michigan Lake, The Chicago Institute of Art, Navy Pier, Millennium Park and the Field Museum are all within minutes of our doorstep.

FirstMerit Bank Pavilion
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1300 S Linn White Dr
Chicago, IL 60605

The FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island is an outdoor amphitheater located on the man-made peninsula, Northerly Island, in Chicago, Illinois. Opening June 2005, the venue is a temporary structure, with the season running from June until September. Known as the "Venue with a View", the amphitheater has views of Lake Michigan, Burnham Harbor, Soldier Field and the Chicago Skyline.HistoryThe venue lies on the former site of Meigs Field. On March 30, 2003, Mayor Richard M. Daley ordered a midnight demolition of the airfield. The construction crew excavated six large X's on the runway. Daley stated the continued operation of the airfield was a threat to Chicago's cityscape, using the events of 9/11 as a reference. The airfield was set to continue operation until 2011, when it would be turned over to the City of Chicago. No one within state or city government were consulted on the demolition besides Daley. The Federal Aviation Administration fined the city $33,000, with an additional one million paid in grants.In August 2003, construction crews were sent in to continue demolition of the airfield. Originally, the space was planned to become an aviation museum. Daley refuted the plan and proposed the space become a lakefront park and nature reserve. Within the allocated 91 acres, Northerly Island was born. Over four acres were set aside for the forthcoming music venue.

Bottle & Bottega Chicago, IL (South Loop)
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1241 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605-2408

(773) 269-6570

It's not an Art Class--It's an ART PARTY! Scratch the structure. Lose the lecture. Bottle & Bottega is all about friends, a canvas, and a bottle of wine. The only lesson to learn: You DO have an inner artist just waiting to be realized!

Chicago Illuminating Company
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2110 South Wabash
Chicago, IL 60616-1701

(312) 326-9500

Summer of George
Distance: 1.1 mi Competitive Analysis
800 S Wells St
Chicago, IL 60607

(773) 330-4243

Visit my fan page to say hi and share all the fun we've had together this summer. Love you Chicago!

C2E2 At McCormick Place
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
2401 S Indiana Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

Petrillo Music Shell
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
235 S Columbus Dr
Chicago, IL 60603

(312) 742-4763

James C. Petrillo Music Shell or simply Petrillo Music Shell or Petrillo Bandshell as it is more commonly known, is an outdoor amphitheater/bandstand in Grant Park in the Loop community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States. It serves as host to many large annual music festivals in the city such as Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Taste of Chicago and Lollapalooza. It is also the former host of several smaller (less than 10,000) attendance annual events that have moved to the newer Jay Pritzker Pavilion such as the Grant Park Music Festival, Chicago Gospel Music Festival, and Chicago Latin Music Festival. It was formerly located at the South end of Grant Park and was relocated in 1978.The shell was commissioned in 1931 by Mayor of Chicago Anton Cermak in the wake of the Great Depression to help lift the spirits of the citizenry with free concerts. The music shell was named after James C. Petrillo, president of the Chicago Federation of Musicians from 1922 to 1962 and president of the American Federation of Musicians from 1940 to 1958, who created a free concert series in Grant Park in 1935. Petrillo was a commissioner of the Chicago Park District from 1934 to 1945. Until the 1990s, the music shell was known for a traditional Independence Day concert celebration coordinated with the city's fireworks display on July 3.

Glessner House Museum
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1800 S Prairie Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

(312) 326-1480

Merle Reskin Theatre
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
60 E Balbo Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

(312) 922-1999

AraOn Chicago
Distance: 1.5 mi Competitive Analysis
160 W Adams St
Chicago, IL 60603

(312) 781-7300

Sod Room
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1454 S Michigan Ave, Fl 2nd
Chicago, IL 60605

(312) 922-3131

Sod Room is a unique and eco-friendly, indoor playspace located in the South Loop neighborhood of Chicago. Sod Room is committed to providing a healthy and meaningful play experience for children by utilizing only safe, sustainable and responsibly made toys and materials for its playspace. Sod Room features recycled cork flooring, low VOC paint, reclaimed wood and is uniquely designed to utilize as much natural light as possible. Beyond the playspace, Sod Room offers a multitude of workshops and classes to assist you in your quest to becoming a more eco-minded parent. Sod Room also features a retail boutique which offers local, organic, fair trade, and recycled products and gifts for children and parents as well as a private event space for parties. We invite you to Love the Earth and Play!

City Point Loft
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
110 E 23rd St
Chicago, IL 60616

(312) 869-9207

Keith House Chicago
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1900 S Prairie Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

(312) 907-7909

19 East
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
19 E 21st St
Chicago, IL 60616

(312) 846-6610

With a history dating as far back as the 1800’s when the building belonged to The Chicago Illuminating Company, a predecessor of ComEd, the space boasts an urban, contemporary flair and reflects the resurgence of the South Loop neighborhood. Operated under the direction of Marta Michulka since 2004, the venue is noted for premier events including corporate and social, galas, weddings, product launches and film shoots. 19 East is now owned and managed by Food For Thought, Chicago's premium catering company. Marta Michulka will continue to operate the property and venue immediately adjacent at 2110 South Wabash Avenue. It will be marketed under the name of the Chicago Illuminating Company. “I look forward to working with Food For Thought to leverage special event opportunities that showcase the unique qualities of both venues,” said Michulka. Nancy Sharp, Food For Thought’s Chief Executive Officer, notes that the acquisition was a natural choice given the resurgence of the city’s Cultural Mile. “South Michigan Avenue has seen an explosion of growth in civic, retail, cultural and business development,” says Sharp. “What were once traditional manufacturing buildings, are now hosting the finest events in the city. We are thrilled to be a part of this South Loop renaissance, which has also attracted many prominent hoteliers and restaurateurs to the neighborhood. The investment into the Cultural Mile is the perfect representation of the Food For Thought brand,” adds Sharp.

Conference Chicago at University Center
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
525 S State St
Chicago, IL 60605

(877) 482-2463

Conference Chicago at University Center offers year-round meeting space for small to large events with unique outdoor space to accommodate receptions and special events. Group housing is available for private conferences during summer months, May-August, each year. Onsite dining and catering services, advanced technology and professional staff to support your event from start to finish.

Island Party Boat
Distance: 1.3 mi Competitive Analysis
400 E Monroe Dr
Chicago, IL

(312) 600-8454

Special Events at The Field Museum
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1400 S Lake Shore Dr
Chicago, IL 60605

(312) 665-7600

Level Office
Distance: 1.4 mi Competitive Analysis
73 W. Monroe St.
Chicago, IL 60603

(312) 561-5500

At Level Office, we believe in small business, the self-employed, and entrepreneurs because, like you, that's who we are. We know you need a modern and professional office space to run your business, and that you need it at an affordable rate. So we offer fully furnished, technology equipped and amenity-rich workspaces with prime locations nationwide. Inquire today about renting a budget-friendly private office, co-working, meeting, or event space.

Live At The Shrine
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2109 S Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL 60616

(312) 753-5700

Stadium, Arena and Sports Venue Near Soldier Field

Kosher at Soldier Field
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
1410 S Museum Campus Dr
Chicago, IL 60605

KOSHER AT SOLDIER is a Glatt Kosher Grill Cart located in Soldier Field. We operate ALL Soldier Field events including Bears games and concerts. The CART LOCATION is at Section 356 - In the North End-zone. Our HOURS OF OPERATION are From when gates open till after the Bears win!! Come hungry because we have of lots of QUALITY and TASTY food, including Hot dogs, Burgers, Pastrami Sandwiches, Knishes and more.... All with the toppings of your choice. Hope to see you there.