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Auto show season is about to begin, and today the Chicago Auto Show has announced plans for their 2019 run at McCormick Place. The 2019 Chicago Auto Show will open to the public on Saturday, Feb. 9 and run through Monday, Feb. 18. The show is open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day, except for the final day of the show, Presidents Day, when it closes at 8 p.m. With over 1 million square feet of exhibit space including the famed test track experiences, visitors will enjoy access to nearly 1,000 of the newest cars, trucks and SUVs; demonstrations of the industry’s latest technology; interactive exhibits; family-friendly activities; special appearances from celebrities and sports icons; and much more. Check out a teaser below…

In addition to the latest production, concept and exotic vehicles, the show is packed with opportunities for attendees to get behind the wheel through multiple indoor and outdoor ride-and-drive experiences – always a highlight!

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Special-themed days include Women’s Day on Feb. 13, Telemundo Hispanic Heritage Day on Feb. 15, Family Day on Feb. 18 and A Safe Haven Chicago Auto Show Food Drive Feb. 13-15. Tickets will be available for purchase online at beginning in November or at McCormick Place ticket booths throughout the public show. Ticket prices are $13 for adults, $7 for seniors aged 62 or older, $7 for children ages 7-12 and free admission for children 6 and younger when they accompany a paying adult.

The show’s 2019 Media Preview will be held Feb. 7-8 and its black-tie charity gala, First Look for Charity, will be held the evening of Friday, Feb. 8 at McCormick Place.

Stay tuned to Rock Father™ Rides for more announcements from the Chicago Auto Show in the months ahead…

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