Your graduation in Chicago is approaching with the speed of light? Then it’s time to start planning a graduation party that will perfectly wrap up your journey of learning and getting experiences that will last you a lifetime! Perhaps you’d like to take your crowd to a fancy restaurant, an upscale rooftop venue with a sweeping view, or a laid-back garden? On Tagvenue, you’ll find a wide selection of graduation party venues that will help you celebrate in the exact style you want. So hop on our platform and start browsing our curated list now.
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The final price will depend on such factors as the venue’s capacity, location, popularity and your personal requirements. But generally, expect to pay anywhere from $35 to $90+ per person for an event package. It is also possible to rent a venue on the basis of a minimum spend, with prices ranging from $500 to $2500+. Hourly fees start from as low as $50. (All data from Tagvenue.com.)
You should book your desired space around 3 months in advance. If you wait until the last minute, the chances are high that you’ll have fewer options to choose from. Also, booking early guarantees that you’ll get the best venue rental price.
Truthfully, you can find fantastic spaces all over Chicago! And we generally recommend looking within your living area, as it’ll be more convenient for your guests. However, if we were to choose, we’d check out the areas of West Loop, River North and Greek Town. These areas offer a wide range of bars, restaurants and blank canvas spaces with fantastic decor and ambience that work well with the feel of graduation parties.
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It was really easy to find a wide range of potential locations, and I could contact many different venues with ease. Tagvenue allowed me to be very dynamic when organising my event. Would definitely use again!