Since June 4 our new aquatic sculpture, Chorus, has greeted everyone coming to Ravinia through the main gate.
Sometimes it’s the little moments in life that make life on the lawn something special.
Just witnessed a neighborly exchange of a cupcake for a glass of homemade sangria at Ravinia. People working together, folks. Dreams.— Sheik Arrieta (@StacheESQ) June 13, 2016
Garrison Keillor’s traditional walk out on the lawn resulted in this humorous encounter!
A rare and lovely evening with my entire family capped off with meeting a life long hero and national treasure. Thank you Garrison for sound-tracking Saturday night, for my entire life. Happy trails dear friend, in this next chapter of your story. (Ps he is really that tall) #prariehomecompanion #ravinia #childhood #nationaltreasure
These happy Barenaked Ladies fans got their merch on.
Chicago Sinfonietta brought along this interesting mashup of instrumental and playground equipment.
Love! Members of the Waukegan Police Department stopped by to support our newest Sistema Ravinia students (many of whom are from Waukegan) with full hearts and a homemade sign.
One of Ravinia’s staff ran into the multitalented new host of A Prairie Home Companion, Chris Thile, while on the job.
It’s always a treat when artists on tour together also play together.
In case you missed the Paul Simon concert, the Tribune has you (and the show) covered.
Paul Simon’s set list was a healthy mix of old and new.
Tribune photographer Nuccio DiNuzzo also posted some fantastic shots from that night.
The weather for Seth MacFarlane’s concert might not have been song-inspiring, but Katharine McPhee made do.
Fans got to meet jazz prodigy Joey Alexander on Ravinia’s Father’s Day concert.
Our #FromTheLawn photo project is up and running again this year, documenting the people and experience of picnicking on Ravinia’s beautiful lawn.