This Week's Events at Macy's on State Street
If you’re planning on being in the Windy City of Chicago this week, be sure to attend the special events taking place at Macy’s on State Street!
Macy's Great Tree Lighting
Saturday, November 4th @ 12:00 PM
7th Floor – Walnut Room
Come celebrate the 110th Great Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, November 4th in our famed Walnut Room with Jordan Smith! Plus, everybody's favorite holiday tradition is back! Santaland is returning to Macy's and will be open for the season following the Tree Lighting.
JORDAN SMITH has celebrated two successful albums, Something Beautiful and 'Tis The Season, working with producers such as Grammy Award-winning producer David Foster and modern hit maker Stephan Moccio [The Weeknd, Ellie Goulding, Miley Cyrus]. Something Beautiful initially debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and "earned the highest ranking on the chart by any winner of a television singing competition in almost 5 years." It also broke the records for the "highest album sales debut from a new artist in 2016" and "most first-week album sales for a winner of the Emmy Award-winning show, The Voice." Tis The Season would go on to claim the #1 spot on the iTunes Holiday Album and Amazon Digital Album charts as well as landing in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200. To celebrate the re-release of 'Tis The Season this year he is including his holiday TV special, also entitled 'Tis The Season, which aired on public television across North America last year, and will return on the road with Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith.
Family Fun Day
Saturday, November 4th @ 1:00 PM
5th Floor – Kid’s Department
Join Macy's for a holiday family fun day - with something for EVERYONE! Kid's will enjoy face painting and balloon twisting, plus we will have a special visit from Mrs. Jamie from the Farm who will sing her favorite holiday songs. Make sure to stop at our holiday craft table where kids can create a special holiday project* to take home!
Event subject to change or cancellation. *One per customer, while supplies last.