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Navigating Spring Awakening

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How to get there: CTA Buses #130 and #146 run to Soldier Field; the Roosevelt "L" stop (Red, Green, Orange) is a 10-15 minute walk to the west; limited parking is available at Soldier Field lots.

Getting around: The festival features four stages: Da Main Stage is inside Soldier Field, while Da Drive Stage, Da Equinox Stage and Da Colonnades are to the stadium's east, southeast, and southwest, respectively. Merch vendors are clustered by the south side of the stadium, while the food court is to the east. Lockers, first aid, and ATMs are all available near the entrance. Beer is sold to those with 21+ wristbands just about everywhere.

What to bring: Bottled water, sunscreen, cigarettes, bags, small cameras, umbrellas and blankets are allowed.

What not to bring: Glowsticks, chairs, tents, drugs, food, glass containers, pets, professional cameras, video cameras, camelbacks and weapons are not allowed.

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