There are always great events in Chicago to choose from. From Chicago sports, concerts, theater, and special events, we provide you access to top-notch tickets every season. Check our event schedule below and pick your special event.
You can't talk about Chicago sports without talking about Chicago Cubs tickets. The Cubs are one of the most popular teams in Major League Baseball. Chicago named their team the Cubs in 1903. They have made it to the World Series eleven times. The team won it all in 2016. The Cubs have won seventeen National League pennants and six Central Division titles. Take a trip to Wrigley Field and you'll understand what fans love about their team.
The Chicago Bears are known as the "Monsters of the Midway." Beginning in 1921, the Bears played their home games at Wrigley Field. It took another 49 years before the team moved to the famous Soldier Field. Bears tickets for home games are very popular. The Bears practice at a facility just outside of Chicago, in the suburb of Lake Forest. The facility was updated in 2020. To date, the 1985 Chicago Bears are still considered to have one of the best defenses in professional football. Take some time to attend a game in Chicago.
Who can forget the Michael Jordan years, when people talk about the Chicago Bulls? The Bulls may have a history that goes back to 1966, but those championship years in the 1990s are considered to be the best. For three straight seasons starting in 1991, the Bulls were the team to beat. They came back to win it all again in 1996, 1997, and 1998. Chicago Bulls tickets for their home games at the United Center are just one click away. Check out a Bulls game today.
Founded in 1926, the Chicago Blackhawks have played competitive hockey in the National League. In the early years, the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 1934 and 1938. They made the playoffs 13 times between 1926 and 1950. In the modern era, the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 2010, 2013, and 2015. Blackhawks tickets range from upper-level seats tend to be the cheapest, with prices going up as you get closer to the ice.