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Illinois Premier Open-air Pavilion


About Country Club Hills Theater

The Country Club Hills Amphitheater (CCHA), established 2006 is one of the state’s premier open-air pavilion entertainment options located at  4200 W. 183rd, Country Club Hills, IL. CCHA accommodates up to 120,000 guests region-wide in the Spring and Summer months, offering a fantastic variety of music performances, food, and tourism attractions. The CCHA is easily accessible near the intersection of I-57 and I-80 on the downtown Country Club Hills scenic 183rd Street city commerce strip. The CCHA location is within 30 miles of visitor service areas with various hotel accommodations, restaurants, and shopping, including Matteson, Tinley Park, and Downtown Chicago. Over the years, the CCHA has hosted world-renowned artists, including Will Downing, Anthony Hamilton, Chrisette Michelle, and Eric Benet, to name a few.

Boasting a 2,500 square foot open stage and an open-air pavilion, our venue offers an intimate yet spacious setting for a wide variety of musical performances. With flat-screen video monitors, a top-tier sound system, and two impressive LED video walls, we ensure that every concert is an immersive experience.

At the Country Club Hills Theater, we take pride in our partnership with local businesses, offering an array of on-site food, beverage, and liquor options that reflect the diverse tastes of our community. Join us for a summer season filled with music, food, and entertainment, all at unbeatable prices. Experience the best of Chicagoland R&B and more at our picturesque municipal campus.

Frequently asked questions

Are outside food and drinks allowed?


While outside food and drinks are not allowed, we have on-site food, beverage, and liquor vendors that offer a variety of options from local area businesses.

Is there parking available at the theater?

Yes, there is ample parking available for guests attending events at the theater.

Are there any accessibility features at the theater?

Yes, the theater is equipped with accessibility features including seating.

What happens if it rains during the event?

All shows are rain or shine

Can I buy tickets at the gate, or is it better to purchase them in advance?

Tickets are available online and at the box office. Advanced purchase is always recommended.

Are there any prohibited items I should be aware of?

  • Umbrellas
  • Coolers
  • Bags with multiple pockets and that are larger than 13x15x8
  • Glass bottles and aluminum cans
  • Animals of any kind (with the exception of service animals as defined by the ADA)
  • Remote controlled flying devices and UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles, drones)
  • Alcohol (with the exception of what is purchased at the venue)
  • All controlled substances
  • Weapons of any kind (guns, knives, pepper spray, mace, chains, studded / spiked jewelry)
  • Audio and video recording devices, Go Pros, 360-degree cameras, selfie sticks, tablets and cameras with removable lenses
  • Laser pointers
  • Bull horns and noisemakers
  • Strollers of any kind
  • Full face masks that obscure the identity of the wearer
  • Confetti and any items that can be thrown.

Are pets allowed?

No animals of any kind are allowed (with the exception of service animals as defined by the ADA)

Are there any discounts available for seniors, students, or military personnel?

Senior and resident discounted tickets must be redeemed in person at the box office (a photo ID is required for residents and official documentation from the military, such as a DD Form 214, also known as the Report of Separation or Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty is required for veterans.).

Is smoking allowed in the amphitheater?

Yes, in designated areas