Free Tickets for “The 8th Annual Chicago Dancing Festival”

Chelsea Bonosky  in 'Belladonna' by Adam Barruch Photo by Nel Shelby

Chelsea Bonosky
in ‘Belladonna’ by Adam Barruch
Photo by Nel Shelby

Get your tickets this summer!

On July 8 and 9, you can claim your free tickets to the hottest dance events of the summer.

The Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park will host a series of free performances showcasing  Belladonna by Adam Barruch, The Joffrey Ballet, Nine Sinatra Songs by Twyla Tharp, Stars of American Ballet, Fancy Free by Jerome Robbins and so much more.

The Joffrey Ballet  in 'Nine Sinatra Songs' by Twyla Tharp Dancers: Fabrice Calmels and Victoria Jaiani Photo by Herbert Migdoll

The Joffrey Ballet
in ‘Nine Sinatra Songs’ by Twyla Tharp
Dancers: Fabrice Calmels and Victoria Jaiani
Photo by Herbert Migdoll

 “Co-produced by internationally renowned choreographer and native Chicagoan Lar Lubovitch and highly esteemed Chicago dancer Jay Franke, the 2014 Chicago Dancing Festival features top ballet, modern and hip-hop companies from Chicago and across the country..” the official press release stated.

Click Here to read the full press release to find out how you can claim your tickets for the August events.

Stars of American Ballet  in 'Fancy Free' by Jerome Robbins Photo by Sharon Bradford

Stars of American Ballet
in ‘Fancy Free’ by Jerome Robbins
Photo by Sharon Bradford

 Photos and info courtesy of The Silverman Group, Inc.

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