Chicago Auto Show 2022 at McCormick Place, Feb. 12-21

CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Auto Show is returning to it's normal, 10-day schedule Feb. 12-21 at McCormick Place. The Chicago Auto Show hosted a special July show over the summer in one of McCormick Place's first live, in-person events since the pandemic shutdown.

The Chicago Auto Show is committed to providing a safe environment for all involved and will carefully adhere to the health and safety protocols and guidelines set forth by city and state officials.




LOCATION: McCormick Place, South Exhibit Hall, 2301 S. King Drive, Chicago, IL 60616
PUBLIC SHOW HOURS: Feb. 12-20, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Feb. 21, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.


It is suggested that attendees purchase tickets in advance online. Tickets will also be available at our McCormick Place ticket booths on public show days. (Show box office closes one hour before the show closes.)

  • Adults: $15

  • Seniors (age 62 and older): $10

  • Children (ages 4-12): $10

  • Free admission for children 3 and younger when accompanied by a paying adult. Family members only.

The Chicago Auto Show is 100% committed to delivering a safe and welcoming event!

Based on guidance from the City of Chicago, the current health and safety protocols are in effect for the PUBLIC DAYS (Feb. 12-21) of the 2022 Chicago Auto Show.

Masks are REQUIRED for all attendees age 2 and over, except when eating and drinking. Masks must cover the nose and mouth.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccine WILL NOT be required for admission. However, designated areas will be set up for the consumption of food and beverage and proof of COVID-19 vaccine WILL BE required for entry into those areas. As a result of this requirement, outside food and beverage are not permitted into the 2022 Chicago Auto Show.
For food and beverage entry, the Chicago Auto Show will follow the City of Chicago's direction on proof of COVID-19 vaccine, this includes a photo ID for those age 16 and older. More information can be found here.

All bags subject to search. Patrons will be randomly selected for security screening. All mobility devices must be approved by show management. Hoverboard, Segway and similar devices are not allowed on the show floor.

McCormick Place is easily reached by car or public transportation. Extensive shuttle bus service from all area parking lots to and from McCormick Place. Weekend-only shuttle service from the Millennium Park and East Monroe underground garages. Shuttles stop in 10-15 minute intervals near Columbus/Upper and Lower Randolph and at Gate 3 at McCormick Place. Visit our Directions and Parking page for more information.

Scooter rentals are $55.00 a day and wheelchair rentals are $20.00 a day. Scootaround accepts all major credit cards. Pickup and drop off is at the baggage & coat check area in the West Building, nearest to Gate 44. Visit the Scootaround event reservation page for more information.

Call 630-495-2282
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