465 N. McClurg Court (on the promenade)
Winter’s Jazz Club, in the Streeterville neighborhood just west of Navy Pier, overlooks the Ogden slip which is on the backside of the Lofts at River East building — behind Target Express and below Pinstripes.
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500 N. Lake Shore Drive (open 24/7); lazparking.com
474 N. Lake Shore Drive
400 N. McClurg Court (entrance on New Street) - Check SpotHero!
Metered parking on McClurg Court, 8a - 12a Monday - Sunday,
Credit/debit card, or mobile pay accepted;
Bus: Lines #2, #29, #65, #66, #124
“L” train: Nearest “L” stop is the Red Line @ Grand and State
Car: Winter’s is very accessible to Lake Shore Drive via Illinois St. and Grand Ave.
Just west of Navy Pier, overlooking the Ogden Slip
As long as there is democracy, there will be people wanting to play jazz because
nothing else will ever so perfectly capture the democratic process in sound.
Jazz means working things out musically with other people. You have to listen to
other musicians and play with them even if you don't agree with what they're playing.
It teaches you the very opposite of racism and anti-Semitism. It teaches you that the world is big enough to accommodate us all.