Two-night SoxFest hotel packages at the Hilton Chicago for SoxFest 2017 - sponsored by Guaranteed Rate, Comcast SportsNet, Beggars Pizza and WGN-TV - along with weekend passes to the event ARE ON SALE NOW! The 25th annual fan event returns on Friday, January 27 through Sunday, January 29.
The SoxFest 2017 weekend hotel package also includes an exclusive Jim Thome bobblehead! The bobblehead will commemorate the 10-year anniversary of Thome's 500th career home run - and the only way to receive the bobblehead is by securing a two-night hotel package for SoxFest. Fans will have the opportunity to have the bobblehead signed by Thome during the event, as he is scheduled to attend.
Back by popular demand, the White Sox will offer weekend passes for children (ages 4 to 13) for just $10. These passes will include access to children-only events throughout the weekend, including children's autograph sessions, kids-only question-and-answer seminars, special events in the interactive play zones and much more.
Two-night SoxFest hotel packages include exclusive access to Friday night events and are the only way to purchase weekend passes. SoxFest hotel packages at the Hilton Chicago are $310 for a two-night stay (the total package price will range from $413.94 to $537.94, which includes the two-night hotel stay, $53.94 in estimated hotel taxes, $40 for adult passes, $10 for kids passes and a $10 service charge per order). Fans who book hotel packages are eligible to also purchase up to four SoxFest weekend passes. Kids passes are for ages 4 to 13.
Please note: There is a limit of one room per order. Additional rooms can be purchased by calling the White Sox after the initial order is placed at 312-674-1000. Hotel cancellations must be confirmed before noon CT on Friday, January 13, 2017.
The 25th annual fan convention will include opportunities for fans to connect with former Sox stars and the current team through fun interactive spaces, popular autograph sessions, question-and-answer seminars and more. Last year's event included current and former White Sox players signing more than 16,000 autographs, posing for nearly 3,500 photos with fans and joining fans for various games and surprises in the interactive space.
Individual passes to SoxFest will be on sale at a later date.