Soldier Field – Concourse
1410 S. Museum Campus Drive
Chicago, IL 60605
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Enter via Gate 0
Expo parking is available for $5 at the Soldier Field South Parking Lot and/or Waldron Lot. The main entrance to the South garage is located on Museum Campus Drive with a second entrance from McFetridge Drive. The Waldron parking deck located just south of Soldier Field.
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From the North:
The Start line is located a couple blocks north of the E Hayes Dr & S Cornell Dr intersection.
The Finish line is located next to the Statue of the Republic on E. Hayes Dr.
The Finish Festival area is located on the field to the left of the Finish line.
There is limited parking near Jackson Park due to the neighboring residential area. While we highly encourage the use of public transportation, there are just under 1,200 spots available at the Museum of Science & Industry garage.
If you are driving, plan to arrive early. The event is not responsible for those who drive and do not make the start of the race.
NOTE: The public lots at Hayes and Lake Shore Drive are NOT available to participants or spectators.
NO PARKING ZONES
No Parking Zones along the course will be enforced beginning at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 22. Please look for ‘No Parking’ signs in your area for full details. Street closures along the route will occur between 3:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. City streets will re-open promptly as the final runners pass through (at a 16-minute mile pace). Chicago Police will be responsible for closing and re-opening streets. Please follow their instructions when approaching the course.
TOWED VEHICLE INFORMATION
Towing of vehicles along posted No Parking zones will be enforced beginning at 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 23. For inquiries about towed vehicles, call 311.
Take a moment to review the road closures that will take place on race day as we prepare to clear the surrounding area for the course. Street closures along the route will occur between 6:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The roads in Jackson Park will be closed longer. City streets will re-open promptly as the final runners pass through (at a 13-minute mile pace). The Chicago Police Department will be responsible for closing and re-opening streets, and they will do so in a manner ensuring runner and spectator safety. Please follow their instructions when approaching streets on the course. Do NOT attempt to block the race course at any time.