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312 DAY

Goose Island Beer Company and Do312 Present:

312 DAY

A week of hookups for a very real made up holiday leading up to 312 Day with Julie Snyder & Curious City

Tuesday, March 5th – Tuesday, March 12th 2019

Goose Island Beer Co. and Do312 have teamed up again to celebrate a very real made up holiday- 312 Day on Tuesday, March 12th 2019.  Join them for an entire week (March 5th – March 12th) of events and deals exploring some of the best music, food, drinks, culture, and events Chicago has to offer, leading up to 312 Day with Julie Snyder & Curious City at Goose Island Brewhouse in Lincoln Park – celebrating everything we love about Chicago and dedicated to the people that inspire and create this city’s amazing culture.

Check out what you can do all over the city below:

TUESDAY, March 5th

  • NAMASTAY: FLOWING + CLIMBING
  • Venue: Brooklyn Boulders Chicago
  • Time: 6pm-8pm
  • Start the week off with Brooklyn Boulders’ expert staff who are providing complimentary climbing and yoga classes to make it through the last few weeks of winter, followed by a refreshing hosted Goose Island beer.
  • RSVP to register for a free yoga and climbing class and a hosted Goose Island 312 Beer HERE

WEDNESDAY, March 6th

  • SECOND CITY COMEDY NIGHT
  • Venue: Second City
  • Time: 8pm
  • Laughter is the best medicine, and you can get a big dose of just that by entering to win a complimentary pair of tickets Second City’s Algorithm Nation or The Static Quo and a hosted Goose Island beer.
  • Enter to win a pair of tickets and a hosted Goose Island 312 beer HERE
  • CHICAGO BULLS 1/2 OFF TICKET NIGHT
  • Venue: United Center
  • Time: 7pm
  • Cheer on our hometown team as they take on the Philadelphia 76ers tonight with half-priced tickets!
  • 100 Level Baseline: $57 – Discounted from $117
  • 200 Level Baseline: $41 – Discounted from $85
  • 300 Level Corner, Rows 1-7: $27 – Discounted from $54
  • 300 Level Rows 8-17: $21 – Discounted from $42
  • RSVP for the ticket discount code (while supplies last) HERE

THURSDAY, March 7th

  • SCREAMO 2 // EMO & ALL THINGS ROCK PARTY
  • Venue: Berlin Nightclub
  • Time: 10pm
  • Relive the best moments of MySpace with a special edition of ScreamO, curated by A Queer Pride and New Hell, featuring RuPaul’s Drag Race superstar Laila McQueen. Dance to your favorite nostalgic pop-punk music until 4am, with pop-up shows by Chicago drag queens Lucy Stoole, Bambi Banks-Couleé, Abhijeet and more – no cover charge and you get a hosted Goose Island beer.
  • RSVP for free entry and a hosted Goose Island 312 beer! (first 25 people to arrive) HERE
  • BLACKHAWKS VS BUFFALO SABRES TICKET GIVEAWAY
  • Venue: United Center
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Cheer on our local legends as they take on the Buffalo Sabres with a pair of free tickets!
  • Enter to win a pair of tickets HERE

FRIDAY, March 8th

  • FREE SUPERDAWGS
  • Venue: Superdawg
  • Time: 11am
  • The only thing better than one Chicago-style dog (yes, that means no ketchup), is TWO Chicago-style dogs!
  • RSVP for free bonus Superdawg™ with purchase of a Superdawg™ (first 100 to redeem) HERE
  • CHICAGO BULLS 1/2 OFF TICKET NIGHT
  • Venue: United Center
  • Time: 7pm
  • Cheer on our hometown team as they take on the Detroit Pistons tonight with half-priced tickets!
  • 100 Level Baseline: $57 – Discounted from $117
  • 200 Level Baseline: $41 – Discounted from $85
  • 300 Level Corner, Rows 1-7: $27 – Discounted from $54
  • 300 Level Rows 8-17: $21 – Discounted from $42
  • RSVP for the ticket discount code (while supplies last) HERE

SATURDAY, March 9th

  • $3.12 PIZZA SLICE + BEER
  • Venue: Pie-Eyed Pizzeria
  • Time: 12pm – 4:20pm
  • Grab some friends and head over to Pie-Eyed Pizzeria to ward off that Friday hangover with an unbeatable $3.12 deal for a specialty slice of pizza, made with Goose Island 312 dough, plus a hosted Goose Island beer!
  • RSVP For A Complimentary Speciality Slice and a hosted Goose Island 312 Beer HERE

SUNDAY, March 10th

  • FREE MUSEUM DAY
  • Venue: Chicago History Museum
  • Time: 12pm
  • Spend a day at the Chicago History Museum in Lincoln Park to learn more about the people, places and things you see every day. Current temporary exhibitions include “Amplified: Touring Blues” and “Remembering Dr. King: 1929-1968”, along with permanent exhibits sharing stories for over 150 years, including “Sensing Chicago” designed to uncover the city’s past by using all five senses!
  • Enter to win a pair of free admission passes HERE
  • FREE MUSEUM DAY
  • Venue: Museum of Science and Industry
  • Time: 9am
  • Explore over 400,000 square feet the Museum of Science and Industry’s hands-on exhibits designed to spark scientific inquiry and creativity.Current exhibits include a World War II submarine, a five-story movie screen, a 40-foot tornado and the 727 – get ready to blow your mind!
  • Enter to win a pair of free admission passes HERE

Monday, March 11th

  • BLACKHAWKS VS ARIZONA COYOTES TICKET GIVEAWAY
  • Venue: United Center
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Cheer on our local legends as they take on the Arizona Coyotes with a pair of free tickets!
  • Enter to win a pair of tickets HERE

ALL WEEK, March 5th – March 12th

  • 2-FOR-1 STEPPENWOLF PERFORMANCE
  • Venue: Steppenwolf Theatre
  • Time: 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. performances
  • Catch an amazing and original production of A Doll’s House: Part 2, a bitingly funny sequel to Henrik Ibsen’s 19th century play – about a slammed door, an awkward favor and new beginnings. The best part, you don’t need to see part one! Win tickets to select shows throughout the week, or purchase them with a special 2 for 1 discount!
  • Get a 2-for-1 ticket discount code or enter to win tickets  HERE.

TUESDAY, March 12th

  • 312 DAY W/ JULIE SNYDER & CURIOUS CITY
    Venue: Goose Island Brewhouse
    Time: 7pm
    Cap off a week of deals and hookups with a very special event on #312Day. Join Do312 and Goose Island Beer Co. for an evening with co-creator and producer of the award-winning podcast SERIAL Julie Snyderand WBEZ’s Curious City. Learn about Julie’s incredible background and deep connections with Chicago, and then let Curious City present some of the wild stories and investigations they’ve made into Chicago’s incredible history.
    RSVP For Free Entry & A $5 Token Good For Any Purchase! (While Supplies Last) HERE

About Do312

Do312 is part of a national network of locally-owned media brands focused on helping our culture-forward audience find awesome events. Since its launch in 2010, it has established itself as the go-to source for discovering what to do in Chicago. Event listings are readily available on desktop or in an iOS/Android app so you can easily find the best concerts, festivals, and cultural events in Chicago and the 21 other DoStuff Network cities (and counting) around North America. Find Do312 on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

adidas Originals

ADIDAS ORIGINALS CELEBRATES BASKETBALL HERITAGE AND NEW YORK CITY WITH RIVALRY

adidas Originals reinvigorates an iconic silhouette that pays homage to an era of basketball legends

• Rivalry comes back in its iconic colors, influenced by the passion of New York basketball fans

• The style is honored with a pop-up exhibition curated by Eric Emanuel, featuring works by New York City creatives Brock Fetch, Tyrrell Winston, and New York Sunshine. In attendance at the exhibition launch were a roster of New York athletes: Kristaps Porzingis (New York Knicks), Allonzo Trier (New York Knicks), Allen Crabb (Brooklyn Nets), Charone Peake (New York Jets) and Cody Latimer (New York Giants)

Following a long-standing lineage of basketball silhouettes over the past several decades, adidas Originals continues to honor the sport’s heritage with the special re-issue of Rivalry in New York City last night. Revitalizing a peak era of New York basketball, which spearheaded a communal spirit of fierce pride, the cult classic is for lovers of basketball style on and off the courts. Returning in all its glory, adidas Originals teamed up with notable sportswear designer Eric Emanuel to debut the latest Rivalry model, inspired by New York’s undying passion and love for sports.

The shoe was celebrated through a pop-up gallery exhibition curated by Emanuel, showcasing the indisputable influence of basketball style into the realms of fashion, art, photography and more. The blank space was transformed into an interactive gallery covered in gritty, city-inspired installations that bought the shoe to life through the works of photographer Brock Fetch, mixed media artist, Tyrrell Winston and creative collective, NY Sunshine.

In true Big Apple style, Rivalry wheat paste posters drenched the exhibition entrance, surrounded by a canopy of scaffolding and sneakers hung from wires. Guests then walked through an exclusive showcase of collaborator works that included photography, installations, and a product showcase. On view was the latest iteration of the Rivalry Hi-Top, accompanied by both an archival silhouette from 1986 and a preview of what’s to come from the three stripes brand and Emanuel later in the year.

Staying true and honoring its predecessors, the latest Rivalry iteration will feature premium leathers that nod to the famous “Team Series” from the late 80s. The model stands out in a bold blue and orange colorway with adidas branding emblazoned on the tongue.

Today, adidas Originals will open the gallery up to the men’s and women’s basketball team from local New York school, High School of Fashion Industries, as well as the general public from 12:00 pm through until 5:00 pm. The surrounding streets of the exhibit will also play host to adidas street scalpers handing out admission tickets to the pop-up where guests have the chance to grab a limited edition Rivalry-inspired t-shirt designed by Eric Emanuel.

The Rivalry High OG will be available at select adidas retailers on Friday, February 8th and will retail for $110 USD.

The Rivalry Gallery is located at 158 Mercer Street, New York Street, NY.

Chicago Bulls Debut Custom Basketball

From Virgil Abloh’s “The Ten” to sneakerheads DIY-ing their classic pair of Air Force 1’s, custom sneakers have taken the culture by storm. This art form is now taken off the ground – and for a good cause. Instagram’s favorite sneaker customizer Kickstardomis teamed up with the Chicago Bulls player Lauri Markkanen on a custom painted basketball, and the player will now be quite literally shooting hoops with the world heat map. In the wake of IPCC’s new report, the ball features this year’s outlook on the world’s climate.

The act is part of Markkanen’s #DontChoke campaign with the Finnish renewable energy company Neste. #DontChoke is a call to action for bringing attention to individual’s choices’ role in battling climate change.

Should customized items move towards taking a stand on important issues?

WATCH VIDEO

Lauri Markkanen Gives Up Red Meat

The individual’s role in combating climate change is becoming a prevalent topic, following the release of the IPCC report this autumn. Leading by example, NBA star Lauri Markkanen is taking a stance by changing his daily eating habits. As his first action to combat climate change on a personal level, the Chicago Bulls player has given up eating red meat.

“As my first action for #DontChoke, I pledge to stop consuming red meat as a concrete step towards minimizing my personal carbon footprint. Every move counts, play your part”, Markkanen declares on social media.

Following his #DontChoke collaboration with renewable energy company Neste, the decision is an exemplary step in doing his part in the fight against global warming.

Markkanen explains, that having recently become a father has made the well-being of the environment even more significant to him. Markkanen encourages his fans to follow in his footsteps to ensure a better environment for generations to come. “I want to do everything in my power so that my child will grow up in a clean environment, like I did. This is a call to all my fans to do their share”, Markkanen explains.

The #DontChoke campaign is a call to action for individuals to do their share in battling climate change. The NBA player kicked off the campaign by shooting hoops with a basketball covered with a hand painted visualization of this year’s heat map. Throughout the on-going campaign, Markkanen will consider the elements of his own lifestyle and opt for more sustainable alternatives. Leading by example, the NBA player hopes to encourage others to make their own climate pledge.