Show your Ravinia pride! This exclusive crewneck sweatshirt harkens back to Ravinia's founding more than a century ago. It's ideal for cool summer evenings on the festival grounds, brisk fall and spring days, or as a layer in winter.
First opened on August 15, 1904, Ravinia remains the oldest and most programmatically diverse music festival in North America, attracting about 600,000 guests to over 120 events each year. It was conceived as a high-end amusement park—complete with music pavilion, dance hall, baseball stadium, theater, and electric swing—by the A.C. Frost Company to lure Chicagoans to ride its fledgling Chicago and Milwaukee Electric Railroad to a respite in the woods, far from the heat and smells of a city known as the “hog butcher to the world.” Trains still stop at Ravinia’s historic entrance today, serviced by the Metra Union Pacific North line, making it the only private train stop left in Illinois.
Sweatshirt is gray with black lettering. Relaxed fit. 55% Cotton, 45% Polyester. Follow care instructions on label.