The Vic Theatre

The Vic Theatre, designed by architect John E.O. Pridmore, opened in 1912 as the Victoria Theatre. It took three years to build the luxurious five story vaudeville house. The lobby floor and staircases are still Italian marble, and the interior still has most of the original ornate wall sculptures. The acoustics are near perfect, and the balcony has wonderful sight lines.

Toyota Park

Toyota Park is the home stadium for the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, members of Major League Soccer. Located at 71st Street and Harlem Avenue in Bridgeview, Illinois it is a soccer-specific stadium and concert venue developed at a cost of more than $100 million.

UIC Forum

The UIC Pavilion hosts concerts, UIC sports, meetings, festivals, and corporate, civic, and cultural events such as mixed martial arts, boxing, roller derbies, tennis, commencements, and circuses. Available for rental throughout the year, the Pavilion’s varied programs target the greater metropolitan Chicago community. The UIC Pavilion is one of the Midwest’s finest arenas. In its brief history, it has hosted many special and one-of-a-kind programs.

UIC Pavilion

The UIC (University of Illinois at Chicago) Pavilion is a 6,958-seat multi-purpose arena, located on the West Side of Chicago.  It is home to the University of Illinois at Chicago Flames basketball team and the Chicago Sky WNBA team.

United Center

As America's premier sports and entertainment venue, the United Center plays host to the Chicago Bulls basketball team, the Chicago Blackhaws hockey team and special events throughout the year including college sports, concerts and the circus.

VIP's A Gentlemen's Club

This is Chicago's top spot for topless dancing and adult entertainment.

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