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The Chicago Department of Public Health Partners with Lollapalooza Chicago and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events for Special Protect Chicago Music Series Concert at House of Blues

The Chicago Department of Public Health partnered with Lollapalooza Chicago and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events to host a special concert featuring Lollapalooza artist DRAMA and local band Dos Santos at the House of Blues for COVID-19 vaccinated Chicagoans.

As an incentive for vaccination among Chicago’s youth, CDPH hosted “Lolla Days” on June 26th at select City vaccination sites. Those who received their COVID-19 vaccines were given tickets to the House of Blues concert and a single-day pass to Lollapalooza in Grant Park. Also invited to the House of Blues concert and offered free four-day passes for Lollapalooza were fully vaccinated Chicagoans that registered on the City of Chicago’s website on June 27th. 

The Protect Chicago Music Series events are exclusively for fully COVID-19 vaccinated Chicagoans. They include a variety of musical events taking place across Chicago as an incentive and benefit for Chicagoans who receive a COVID-19 vaccine to protect their families, communities, and themselves.

The City of Chicago is committed to meeting people where they live, work, and play to connect them with their COVID-19 vaccine. For more information on the Protect Chicago Music Series, visit www.Chicago.gov/PCMS.

Lollapalooza takes place July 29-August 1 at Grant Park. A limited number of tickets are still available at www.lollapalooza.com.

 

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