UPDATE: One Chicago Meet & Greet pop up event at Hyatt Regency O’Hare

NOTE: This story is continuously updated as more names are added to the list.

Your One Chicago heroes are coming! The One Epic Chicago pop up event is being held at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare on Saturday, June 22 from 10am – 5pm.

Meet some of your favorite cast members of Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Fire!

Epic Events & Entertainment has announced that they are hosting this pop up event. They are not affiliated with NBC or Wolf Entertainment. There is no admission fee. It is first come, first serve. Selfies and autographs are purchased at the event using either cash, venmo, paypal, or cashapp. Meet & Greets are pre-purchased on their website HERE.

The schedule will be posted when all guests are announced, but as of today, Nick Gehlfuss, Jesse Lee Soffer and Torrey DeVitto are on the schedule for a meet and greet.  

Here’s all the info we have:

Selfies: $50
Autographs: $40
Meet and Greet: $150

For $150 plus $20.63 you get the following:

  • 30 minute, small group meet & greet with (pick your choice) Nick Gelfuss, Jesse Lee Soffer, or Torrey DeVitto
  • 15 attendees maximum
  • Includes one selfie
  • No autograph during meet & greet session

The event will be held on Saturday, June 22 from 10am – 5pm at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare, 9300 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Rosemont, IL.

The three well loved actors Jesse Lee Soffer, Nick Gehlfuss, and Torrey DeVitto, who have all exited their roles on One Chicago make a final connection with fans in this pop up event.

Jesse Lee Soffer who played the character of Detective Jay Halstead on Chicago P.D. announced he was leaving the series in the third episode of season 10 of Chicago PD. His last appearance was on October 5, 2022. However later in the season, Soffer returned to direct episode 16 titled Deadlocked, which aired on March 22, 2023. This episode marked his directorial debut.

Nick Gehlfuss who played Dr Will Halstead on Chicago Med (Detective Jay Halstead’s brother) made a surprise announcement in this season’s finale that he would leave the series. Ironically his character ran off to start a new life by rekindling the relationship he had with Dr Natalie Manning played by Torrey DeVitto.

Torrey DeVitto who played Dr Natalie Manning on Chicago Med left the series after six years in the season 6 finale.

UPDATE: More recently added to the event:

More actors are expected to “pop in” for this event so please check back for updates to this story.

ALSO READ: Spotlight: Interview with Benjamin Levy Aguilar of Chicago P.D.

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