In July 2014, Jason Mraz dropped his fifth studio album, "Yes!," and this fall, the singer will be bringing his latest material on the road for a supporting tour. Mraz's visit to Chicago will include two concerts at the Chicago Theatre, wrapping up on Nov. 8 with his second night in the city's historic theater district. Attend this Saturday night concert to hear tracks from the new album, like the lead single "Love Someone" and other deep cuts, performed live by this incredible songwriter. Los Angeles-based Raining Jane, who provided backing vocal and instrumental support on the recording, will also be on hand for this tour date.
Chicago Theatre Seating Information
The seating layout for the Jason Mraz Chicago performance will feature both main floor and elevated seating. Floor seating is available in both the Pit and Main Floor Levels. The Pit will be nearest to the stage, while the eight sections of the Main Floor will take up the rest of the lower level of the Chicago Theatre. Above that, fans can find available seats in the upper levels of the theater. There is a Mezzanine, which includes Sections A-Z, about halfway up the height of the theater, and it is followed by the combined Loge and Balcony Level, which provides the last seating options for the venue.
Chicago Theatre General Information
Attendees cannot bring outside food or drink into Chicago Theatre, but there are usually concession stands open inside the lobby where you can purchase snacks and beverages. All bags are subject to search when you arrive, and you should be aware that, in addition to food, cans, bottles, professional cameras, and audio-video recorders are prohibited. While personal cameras are generally permitted, you will not be able to use flash during the concert.
Chicago Theatre Parking Information
No parking structures are directly affiliated with Chicago Theatre, but the downtown area has plenty of parking that can be secured for a fee. Most structures will take both cash and cards, but you should double check before entering. Alternatively, public transit is available throughout the downtown area. The Chicago Transit Authority's Red, Green, Brown, Orange, Pink, and Purple Lines all stop less than a block away from the theater, and there are also bus lines that run nearby.
Chicago Theatre Gate Times
The Jason Mraz Chicago concert is expected to begin at 8 p.m. CST. Doors to the lobby of the Chicago Theatre should open about an hour before that.