Harris Theater for Music and Dance is located in Chicago’s Millennium Park. This non-profit theater partners with some of the best local and internationally renowned performing arts institutions. Providing a stage, technical expertise, equipment and marketing support to premiere theaters, helps bring the best of music and dance to Chicago.

Quick Facts:

Harris Theater for Music and Dance
Millennium Park
205 E. Randolph Drive
Chicago, IL, 60601

Box Office Hours of Operation
Mon – Fri 12:00PM – 6:00PM
*On performance days open until curtain


Millennium Park Garage
Price: $16 for up to 6 hours with validation

Red Line – Lake Street Station

Brown/Green/Orange/Purple – Randolph Street Station

From Union station board the CTA #151 bus East to Millennium Park.

From Ogilvie board the CTA #20 or #56 bus East to Millennium Park.

From Randolph Street Metra and South Shore lines, exit on Michigan Avenue and walk one block to Randolph street.


The Harris Theater has hosted music and dance companies, including Chicago Opera Theater, Music of the Baroque and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, as well as internationally renowned companies and artists, including San Francisco Ballet, New York City Ballet, Daniel Barenboim and his West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, and Laurie Anderson.

To view a current performance calendar, click here.

Nearby Restaurant Partners

200 N Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 444-9494

The Gage
24 South Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60603
(312) 372-4243

Park Grill
11 N Michigan Ave.
(312) 521-7275

Nearby Hotel Partners

Fairmont Hotel
200 N Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 565-8000

The Peninsula
108 East Superior Street

The Trump International Hotel & Tower
401 N. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 588-8000

Lauren Wulf, CBS Local Chicago


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