Summer Dances – and so should you

With all the festivals and great events going on in Chicago this summer there is no doubt about it that music and dancing is one of the best tools to unite the community. Say goodbye to summer and hello to fall by grabbing a few friends and heading to Chicago SummerDance.  

Thanks to ExploreChicago, we are able to give you all the latest information about one of the most enjoyed and lively events going on in our great city. “The largest annual outdoor dancing series in the United States, Chicago SummerDance returns for its 16th year of jumping, jiving and bringing joy to Chicago’s residents and visitors.”

Presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, Chicago SummerDance brings people of all ages and skill levels together on the 4,900sf open-air dance floor made of 100% recycled materials. The series offers free, introductory one-hour dance lessons by professional instructors followed by music and dancing. The diverse musical lineup showcases dance styles from all corners of the globe.

Chicago SummerDance is going on all summer long at the Spirit of Music Garden in Grant Park, 601 S. Michigan Avenue. It runs Thursday-Saturday evenings from 6 to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoons from 4 to 7 pm, weather permitting, from July 19 – September 16.

The final evening of Chicago SummerDance is scheduled to take place in Millennium Park on the AT&T Plaza in front of Cloud Gate. Don’t miss it!


Take a trip downtown, enjoy the last of our warm weather, the sizzling summer smells, the relaxing rhythms, and take part in Chicago SummerDance.

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