Free Christmas Caroling at Downtown Chicago’s Bean (aka Cloud Gate) – Nov-Dec 2013

Mark your calendars! Come out and enjoy an annual Chicago holiday tradition that starts over Thanksgiving in 2013 in Millennium Park, when Caroling at Cloud Gate (the Bean) returns on Friday evenings from November 29th through December 20, 2013 at 6pm during the holiday season. This free program, presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events showcases Chicago choral groups and invites visitors to participate in a holiday sing-along.

 

Now in its eighth season, Caroling at Cloud Gate has become a cherished tradition in Chicago, with hundreds of singers gathering each week in the Park. Following the 50-minute caroling session, everyone is encouraged to skate at Millennium Park’s McCormick Tribune Ice Rink, one of the most popular winter destinations in the city.    Two of the four choral groups scheduled to lead the caroling this year are the Apollo Chorus of Chicago and the Wicker Park Choral Singers. The remaining groups will be announced later this month. Following the 50-minute caroling session, everyone is encouraged to skate at Millennium Park’s McCormick Tribune Ice Rink, one of the most popular winter destinations in the city.      Celebrate the holidays in Millennium Park, when Caroling at Cloud Gate returns on Friday evenings from November 29th through December 20, 2013 at 6pm during the holiday season. This free program, presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events showcases Chicago choral groups and invites visitors to participate in a holiday sing-along.

 

 

Schedule is listed below:

 

 

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Hours:

 

Fridays, November 29-December 20, 6 – 6:50 pm

 

Note: Performance may be shortened in cases of extreme cold weather.

 

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Location:
Millennium Park, Chase Promenade Central
N. Michigan Ave. & E. Randolph St.
Chicago, IL 60602

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