Coors celebrates reopening with Chicago Chill Day

After many long months of limited capacity and necessary restrictions, we are ready to return to all the places and things we love about our hometown of Chicago.

To celebrate the move to Phase 5 this weekend, join Coors Light and Arc Worldwide this Saturday, June 12 to celebrate “Chill Day” across Chicago’s unique neighborhoods and the greater metropolitan area.

This first-time event will feature 24 hours of free programming, including:


 Mobile concert crawls

  • Flo & Santos – 1310 S. Wabash Ave.
  • PB&J – 205 N. Peoria St.
  • Lodge Tavern – 21 W. Division St.
  • Butch McGuires – 20 W. Division St.
  • She-nannigans – 16 W. Division St.
  • Hopsmith – 15 W. Division St.
  • Tin Lizzie – 2483 N. Clark St. 
  • Deuces – 3505 N. Clark St. 
  • Full Shilling – 3724 N. Clark St. 
  • Rizzo’s – 3658 N. Clark St. 
  • Lottie’s – 1925 W. Cortland St.

Screening of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Rock ‘N’ ReelBrought to you by The Village of Schaumburg and The Schaumburg Park District

Join Coors Light for a chill night of music and movies on June 12th at The Village of Schaumburg! We’re going totally ’80s with a screening of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and a live performance from Sixteen Candles. 

Reserved seating available with special activations and activities from Coors Light and Coors Light Selzter! Plus, this event is FREE – bring your blankets and chairs and join us in the lawn, or hit the ticket link above to reserve a socially distant pod by the stage. See you there!

Chill Day

Chill Day Happy Hours 

Celebrate Chill Day with a day At The Office in Crestwood! Join the fun at iconic locations like Tin Lizzie in Lincoln Park, Deuce’s Major League Bar in Wrigleyville, Butch McGuire’s and Lodge Tavern in the Gold Coast and even Brookfield Zoo.

Be sure to tag #coorschillday for your big outing!

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