Mar 28, 2024 - Things to Do

In Chicago this Easter weekend: Bad Bunny, Sox and Cubs, egg hunts

Bad Bunny performs on a stop of his Most Wanted tour at Chase Center on March 01, 2024 in San Francisco, California.

Bad Bunny performs on his Most Wanted Tour. Photo: Dana Jacobs/Getty Images

This weekend in Chicago, party with Bad Bunny, head to the ballpark or take the kids (or your friends) on an egg hunt.

1. 🐰 Bad Bunny

The Chicago leg of Bad Bunny's Most Wanted Tour kicks off tonight at the United Center.

The big picture: This concert is designed to be more intimate than 2022's World's Hottest Tour, which stopped in town for only one night at Soldier Field.

What to expect: The reggaeton star will mostly perform songs from his latest album, "Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana," but there are some older hits on the setlist too.

Our thought bubble: The Puerto Rican singer commanded the stage and addressed fans at his kickoff concert in Salt Lake City, Axios' Kim Bojórquez writes. "Un x100to" and "Where She Goes" were major highlights.

When: 8pm tonight, Friday and Saturday

Cost: Starting at $136 Thursday, $140 Friday, $178 Saturday


2. 🍽️ West Town Restaurant Week

  • Dine on a discount now through Saturday at West Town restaurants including Forbidden Root, Phodega and Chi-Latin.

3. ⚾ White Sox

  • Cost: Starting at $10 Saturday and $7 Sunday

4. 🥚 Spring Egg-Stravaganza

  • Bring the kids to Lincoln Park Zoo for a morning of egg hunting, Easter Bunny photo-ops, rides, games and animal interactions. Tickets are $25
  • When: 8am–noon Saturday

5. 🍻 Adult Easter Egg Hunt Bar Hop

  • A ticket to this themed bar crawl gets you admission to all participating bars, a breakfast buffet, bunny ears, gift cards and an Easter egg hunt. Tickets start at $15
  • When: 11am–4pm Saturday
  • Address: 3506 N. Clark St.

6. 🐻 Cubs


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