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Chicago Friday Night Flights — a one-of-a-kind indoor craft beer sampling event — returns for another round at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show on Friday, Feb. 14. Produced in partnership with the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild, Choose Chicago and Chicago Concierge, Chicago Friday Night Flights provides attendees with 10 3-oz. samples of popular local brews along with unfettered access to the nation’s largest auto show.

“By adding events like Chicago Friday Night Flights to the Chicago Auto Show, we hope to reach a broader audience,” said Chicago Auto Show Chairman Tony Guido. “What a great way to spend a cold evening in February with friends or a partner, sampling local beers all the while taking in the latest vehicles and technology!”

“This is the second year we’ve partnered with the Chicago Auto Show to bring Chicago Friday Night Flights to one of Chicago’s iconic events,” said David Whitaker, Choose Chicago president & CEO. “Chicago Friday Night Flights has become one of the city’s traditions, celebrating Chicago’s renowned craft beer scene. With more than 65 craft breweries in the Chicago area, Chicago Friday Night Flights is a great way to toast Chicago.”
The nation’s largest and best-attended auto show, held annually at McCormick Place, runs Saturday, Feb. 8 through Presidents Day, Monday, Feb. 17. The show is open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day, except for the final day of the show, when it closes at 8 p.m.

The Chicago Auto Show features more than 1 million square feet of exhibit space showcasing brand-new vehicle introductions and a complete range of domestic and imported passenger cars, trucks, sport-utility vehicles, minivans and concept cars. In all, nearly 1,000 different vehicles will be on display including hundreds of interactive, aftermarket, accessory and auto-related exhibits, competition vehicles, antique and collector cars.

Tasting passes can be pre-purchased for a discounted $30 or at the door for $40. For more information on Chicago Friday Night Flights and to purchase an event ticket and tasting pass, visit:

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