Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Bar Crawl! July 22, 2011 I’m sure most of you have seen the infamous 1980’s film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and what better way to relive this film than with a bar crawl, themed to Ferris Bueller’s iconic day of hooky! This Sunday, July 24th is the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Bar Crawl. Participants will travel throughout the city, visiting landmarks that Ferris himself visited and be able to lean their heads against the Willis Tower Skydeck, attend a Cubs game, and even partake in some karaoke just as Ferris Bueller did. Unfortunately, the karaoke session will not take place on float during a parade through the streets of Chicago, but some “Danke Schoen and Twist and Shout” are highly encouraged. After gathering at the Willis Tower, participants will be shuttled to Trader Todd’s, located on N. Sheffield. Rated #1 karaoke bar by Playboy magazine, participants will be able to indulge in delicious food and as many drinks as it takes to get you up on the microphone to bust out a few songs. From here crawlers will be taken to the Cubs v. Astros game to enjoy a nice day of Chicago baseball. After the game, crawlers can celebrate their exciting day at a private after party where they can enjoy plenty of drinks. Last but certainly not least, crawlers will be able to add to their t-shirt collection as all participants will receive a free t-shirt! Our city has so much to offer and so many fun and exciting events taking place. This is just one great way for Chicagoans to enjoy the wonders of their very own city and recreate a day in the life of the one and only Ferris Bueller. For more info and tickets, visit http://www.booth25.com/ferris. –Ally Lullie, Intern Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.