The Chicago Auto Show is slated to return to its traditional February dates: Feb. 12-21 at McCormick Place.
The show is open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day, except for the final day (Presidents Day), when it closes at 8 p.m. The First Look for Charity will take place the evening of Friday, Feb. 11.
"While there were wonderful aspects of our summertime 'special edition' show, we're excited to return to February as it's historically been an ideal time for consumers to experience the industry's latest cars, trucks and SUVs," said Chicago Auto Show Chairman Bill Haggerty in a statement. "Plus, the show helps to drive consumer interest and effectively kicks off the region's spring selling season. We learned a lot from the July event that we can implement in February. The show will feature popular exhibits like Camp Jeep and Ram Truck Territory test tracks."
In addition to returning fan-favorite indoor test tracks, the show will feature a lineup of interactive activities. Attendees will be able to step into Subaru's National Parks display; take on Toyota's brand-new Tundra indoor test track; and get a first glimpse of new EVs that will soon hit the market, like the Subaru Solterra and the Toyota bz4X. Also new for 2022, show organizers honor first responders and military personnel by hosting a First Responders and Military Appreciation Day on Tuesday, Feb. 15. On that day, all first responders and military are granted free entry and their guests are admitted for just $10a $5 discount off the adult ticket price.
Tickets are on sale at ChicagoAutoShow.com . The Chicago Auto Show will operate in full accordance with COVID health and safety protocols.