What’s On Tap in Chicago This Weekend: April 9 -11, 2021

Events

Art amMART

Photo: Obscura Digital

Last summer, the Merchandise Mart was used as a giant projection screen to display all kinds of visual art at night. It was such a success that it was repeated this year. Stop by this weekend to see how it opens!

Museum of Science and Industry: Wonder: Superhero Universe

The Museum of Science and Industry has finally reopened its doors. The return of the museum is accompanied by an exciting new exhibition about the Marvel universe. When the show was announced, I wrote an article describing some of the details, which you can find below:

Van Gogh Chicago Immersive Exhibition

Photo: vangoghchicago.com

A fascinating look at the work of Van Gogh. This digital art exhibition has already thrilled cities around the world. The experiment took place on February 11 and will be open until 6 a.m. by popular demand. September. Get your tickets now, because this world-class show is selling out fast!

  • Location: 108 В. Germany Pl, Chicago, IL.
  • Price: $39.99 for adults and $24.99 for children 16 and under.
  • Details

Monet Chicago

See you on the 14th. In June, the Kunst Instituut will present an exhibition on Monet.

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ChiTown Movies Drive-In

These screens will be showing classic films all weekend long. Check out the film programs and all the details below.

Concerts

Breathe Carolina

Photo: Prism Chicago

Date: Friday, 9 a.m. April

Location: Prism Chicago, 1543 N. Kingsbury St. Chicago, Illinois.

Tickets: The table of books is here.

Future concerts

Concert dates for Wrigley Field this summer have finally been announced. Check out the article below to see who’s coming to town!

Sporting events

Here are all the sporting events with Chicago teams taking place this weekend. Only the Cubs and Sox games will be watched by fans, enjoy the rest from your couch.

NBA

Bulls (22-28) at Hawks (27-25), Wood Wolves (13-39)

Photo: ChicagoBulls/Twitter

  • with the Hawks: Friday, September 4 at 7 p.m. on NBC Sports Chicago …
  • with the Timberwolves: Sunday, 4/11 at 7pm on NBC Sports Chicago…

After a few successful moves at the trade deadline, the new bulls have finally started to deliver impressive offensive numbers. The Bulls have another busy weekend against the Hawks and Timberwolves. Check out the Bulls On Tap podcast to prepare for this weekend’s games, and click here on the Bulls tab for more analysis throughout the NBA season.

NHL

Blackhawks (18-17-5) vs Blueshirts (15-19-8)

Photo: NHLBlackhawks/Twitter

  • with the Blue Jackets: Saturday, October 4 at 6 p.m. on NBC Sports Chicago …

After sharing their series with the Dallas Stars two weeks ago, the Blackhawks now desperately need a win if they want to stay in the hunt for the Central Division playoffs. Saturday night they begin a home game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, looking for revenge from the fourth and final game of the divisional playoffs. Check out the Blackhawks tab here and listen to the Four Feathers podcast to stay up to date on the Blackhawks this year.

MLB

Cubs (4-3) vs. Pirates (1-6)

  • Saturday, October 4 at 5:35 p.m. Moscow time on Marquee Network.
  • Sunday, 4/11 at 12:05pm on the Marquis Network.

The Cubs made their first start on the road against the Pirates in 2021. After losing on opening day, the Cubs beat the Pirates in the final two games of the opening series. They won their first three games on Thursday and will be looking to build on that momentum this weekend. Listen to the Cubs On Tap podcast for more commentary on North Sides.

White Sox (4-4) vs. Royals (3-3)

Photo: Bachelor of Laws/Twitter

  • Saturday, October 4, at 1:10 p.m. on NBC Sports Chicago…
  • Sunday, 4/11 at 1:10pm on NBC Sports Chicago…

The White Sox home opener was littered with fireworks early on and ended with Lance Lynn’s complete game waiver. The division rival Royals have two more games in Chicago this weekend, while the White Sox continue their early season struggles. If you’re planning on attending a game on the South Side, check out our guide to the best restaurants, bars and attractions around Guaranteed Price Field.

And for analysis and commentary on baseball from a South Side perspective, listen to the Sox On Tap podcast.

That was it for this edition of What’s On Tap in Chicago This Weekend. As you can see, there’s plenty to do in and around Chicago, so don’t let the ongoing pandemic scare you off! Don’t forget to check the site each week for upcoming events.

As always, feel free to leave a comment if you think we should add to the list for this weekend or future weekends!

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