CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Auto Show is wrapping up at McCormick Place with a outdoor street festival, test tracks, pet adoptions and more.
The Chicago Automobile Trade Association took advantage of the summer season by having the event indoors and outdoors.
"We have our last street fest tonight, which has been a big hit here. It's very new for us during the special edition auto show," said Kevin Keefe, chairman of Chicago Automobile Trade Association.
Dave Sloan, general manager of the Chicago Auto Show, said people were excited to be able to have the show after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visitors got to test drive cars, see live performances, including Cheryl Rodey and the Freddie Dixon Blues Band.
A street festival with food, drinks and more made for a fun weekend for everyone to enjoy.
The Chicago Auto Show ends Sunday July 19 at 8 p.m. See the full details here to learn more.