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Take a Private Jet Charter to Chicago, Illinois
A top destination for conventions and business headquarters, commerce is a big draw for Chicago visitors. From its lakefront location to the world-renowned culinary scene, the Chicago doesn’t have to do much to tempt you into staying longer than planned. Second City has earned high marks for its arts and culture scene and amazing views. Spend some time in The Loop in Chicago’s central business district, which impresses with skyscrapers, historic buildings, abounding shopping opportunities, the Theater District, and a wealth of art, including outdoor sculptures by Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Jean Dubuffet, and Magdalena Abakanowicz. Get some of the city’s best views as you relax by booking a stay at The Langham Chicago.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
As one of the highest ranking ensembles in the country, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs more than 100 concerts in Symphony Center annually. Take a Private Jet to Chicago to see the orchestra that was established in 1891 and has a highly praised brass section that is credited for causing tour performances to sell out quickly. Director Riccardo Muti maintains the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s high standards while bringing out a gleaming, brilliant brass sound that will remind you of a rich, deep European orchestra.
Chicago Private Jet Charter for Labor Day
Summer in Chicago is the official rooftop bar season. On Saturday, September 3, 2016, go to a bar the overlooks Navy Pier to check out the fireworks at 10:15 p.m. During this time of year, the craft brew scene sizzles and it’s never hard to find good food. Spend the weekend like a Chicago native—go to the ballpark for a game, kayak in the Chicago River, lounge on the sands of North Avenue Beach, check out your reflection in the “Cloud Gate” sculpture (also known as “The Bean”) and check out legendary works at the nearby Art Institute. The Chicago Jazz Festival is also this weekend, so make your way to Millennium Park to check out artists like Benny Golson, Anat Cohen, The Bad Plus, John Scofield and Joe Lovano.