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Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island, Chicago

This small peninsula, jutting out into Lake Michigan, was the site of Meigs Airport until Mayor Daley's midnight demolition raid a few years ago; now it's a 7500-seat concert venue for touring rock and hip-hop acts..

This small peninsula, jutting out into Lake Michigan, was the site of Meigs Airport until Mayor Daley's midnight demolition raid a few years ago; now it's a 7500-seat concert venue for touring rock and hip-hop acts.


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About Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island

 1300 South Linn White Drive, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 312-540-2668

 www.livenation.com

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