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ATTEND!

The city’s diversity is what makes Chicago unique — and the perfect backdrop for Manifest. The festival is located in the heart of Chicago’s culturally rich neighborhood known as the South Loop along the Wabash Arts Corridor between Michigan and Clark and Congress and Roosevelt. Whether you are a part of the Columbia community, a prospective student, Chicagoan, or supporter of the arts, Manifest is not to be missed.

Getting Here by Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)

Trains

Red Line
Exit the train at the Harrison station (State and Polk) and walk east onto Wabash Avenue. Walk 1-2 blocks south along Wabash Avenue. Or, exit the train at the Roosevelt station (State and Roosevelt) and walk one block east onto Wabash Avenue.

Green and Orange Lines
Exit the Roosevelt station (State and Roosevelt) and walk one block east onto Wabash Avenue. Make a left onto Wabash Avenue.

Bus Routes

1, 3, 4, 6, 26, 28, 29, J14, 62, 146

The fare for CTA buses, subway and elevated trains is approximately $3.00 per ride. Visitor passes are also available for unlimited 1-day, 3-days, or 7-days online at www.ventrachicago.com or at a Ventra vending machine inside subway stations.