A-list athletes, artists, and musicians descended upon Chicago this weekend for the NBA All-Star Weekend. Not since 1988 has this All-Star event come to the city, making this celebration bigger than ever, With tickets to the main event, Sunday’s All-Star game, going for 4-figures, not everyone can go to the game but that is only part of the celebration.
Although you may have missed Kanye’s shoe giveaway yesterday, there’s still lots more. Here’s a look the parties and events around town from yesterday--plus check out more events for today and tomorrow listed below the gallery.
NBA Crossover at Navy Pier
Feb. 14 - 16, 2020 | Navy Pier
Takes place at Navy Pier all weekend long, showcasing the NBA's connection to pop culture, music, art, fashion, and technology. The event will feature appearances by current and former NBA players, exclusive product drops, and live performances.
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game presented by Ruffles
Feb. 14, 2020 | Wintrust Arena
Watch top celebrities from film, TV, and music test their skills alongside NBA legends and WNBA players during this entertaining exhibition game.
State Farm All-Star Saturday Night
Feb. 15, 2020 | United Center
State Farm All-Star Saturday Night features some of the NBA's best players facing off in skills competitions, including Taco Bell Skills Challenge and MTN DEW Three-Point and AT&T Slam Dunk contests.
Kanye West Sunday Service
Feb. 16 Northerly Island
The 2020 Kanye West Sunday Service Tour will take place at 2:00pm. on Northerly Island (tickets required)
69th NBA All-Star Game
Feb. 16, 2020 | United Center
The NBA All-Star Game returns to Chicago for a legendary match-up of the league's star players. The halftime show will feature performances by Chicago locals Chance the Rapper and Commo.
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