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Chicago Auto Show Plans July Return

The Chicago Auto Show, last held in February 2020, will return in July, marking the city’s first major exposition since the pandemic began. “It will use an electronic ticketing process and timed entry to regulate attendance and control crowd capacity throughout the day,” per the Chicago Tribune. “The show will include outdoor events for the first time in its history, with test tracks and technology demonstrations along Indiana Avenue and surrounding city streets.” The downsized version will be cut from 10 days to five days, with about half the normal indoor exhibition space, at about 470,000 square feet. The show will also use about 100,000 square feet of outdoor space.



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