Chicago April 2021 Events

Chicago April 2021 Events

Enjoy Warmer Weather and Outdoor Fun This April in Chicago!

Average temperature low and high: 43°-56°
April is a great time to visit Chicago! The weather gets warmer, and flowers start to bloom. If you're in the city during Easter, there are lots of activities around the city to ensure a memorable holiday, like a lavish dinner cruise across the Chicago River or a day at Navy Pier. Some events may change or be postponed or due to COVID-19; we will update this page with any new info from organizers in the coming weeks.

April Event Calendar

Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

See and experience art like never before: through 500,000 cubic feet of animated projections! This exhibit will immerse you in a wide range of Van Goghs art (sunny landscapes, night scenes, portraits, and still life paintings). Some specfic pieces featured include the Mangeurs de pommes de terre (The Potato Eaters, 1885), the Nuit étoilée (Starry Night, 1889), Les Tournesols (Sunflowers, 1888), and La Chambre à coucher (The Bedroom, 1889). Tickets are selling fast, get yours here!

Chicago Concerts in April

Upcoming Nightclub Events

Thu, Apr 01 at DURO
Fri, Apr 02 at Cosmix Fridays with DJ Greg Haus
Sun, Apr 04 at MadonnaRama
Mon, Apr 05 at Mom Jeans
Wed, Apr 07 at Beat Lab
Thu, Apr 08 at BLENDER
Fri, Apr 09 at Cosmix Fridays with DJ Greg Haus
Mon, Apr 12 at Crash Landing
April Club Events

Things to Do in Chicago in April

Grab a Drink at a Speakeasy

Grab a Drink at a Speakeasy
Chicago has some rich history when it comes to speakeasies. During the Prohibition Era, they popped up all over the city to serve locals and mobsters. Many can still be found and visited under restaurants and hidden in hotels. At speakeasies, you can order uniquely crafted cocktails in an intimate setting; they may be hard to find, but that's part of the fun and enjoyment!

Explore Navy Pier

Explore Navy Pier
Don't leave Chicago without a visit to Navy Pier! Built in 1916, this 3,300-foot-long pier on the shoreline of Lake Michigan is a huge attraction in the city that's drawn crowds for over 100 years. Year around, you can visit  for fireworks displays, live music, theatre, art exhibitions, mueseums, restaurants, games, rides, and more!
Events may be canceled due to the coronavirus. Please confirm with all ticket vendors that events are still active.