Now - July 20, 2019 5:00 PM
By popular demand, Ravinia’s production of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass, named one of the best concerts of 2018 by the Chicago Tribune, is given an encore performance featuring conductor Marin Alsop and baritone Paulo Szot, who once again heads up the hundreds of artists onstage, from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to the Highland Park High School Marching Band. | Ravinia, North America's oldest music festival, stands today as its most musically diverse, presenting over 140 different events throughout the summer. The 36-acre park is nestled in a gently wooded area that makes it an enchanting place to experience music. Guests can bring their own picnics or eat at one of the park restaurants. *Lawn ticket sales increase $5 on day of concert.
Admission Fee $90 / $25 Lawn: $15.