Ravinia and Alpine Valley
Posted by: bridgeofsighs ()
Date: August 05, 2013 01:24PM

Both are well worth a visit.

Ravinia is in a wooded area in the Chicago Suburbs and decent access.
Its a tad pricey and you must have a seat in the concert area or you really wont see the band. Many people just hang out on the lawn and listen to the music but again you can not see the stage.

Alpine is in the middle of nowhere but kind of equal distance from Milwaukee/Chicago/Madison/Reockford to draw people.
Stage is at the bottom of a hill.
Only drawback is its a pain getting out after the show.
If you can get a room at the ski hill hotel thats the way to go and stay the night.

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