April 29, 2018  12pm to 8pm

180 N. Smith Street Palatine, IL 60067 847-358-9150

Even if you cannot attend the event, you can still support Breaking the Silence and
Chicago Autism Resource & Education by making a donation using PayPal.

We have two different types of tables this year, each providing exceptional viewing of the show.
Each table guarantees seating for four and will be serviced by dedicated servers.
The tables will be assigned upon arrival, so earlier arrival gets you the best possible table.

Extreme VIP Tables VIP Tables
  • Pub Table for 4 on the Floor
  • Veilside Meet & Greet
  • Preferred Parking (1 Car)
  • VIP Lanyards
  • Gift bags for each table
  • Specialized Food Menu
  • Servers dedicated to VIP Section
  • Personal Hostess and Raffle List
  • Table for 4 on the Balcony
  • Servers dedicated to VIP Section
  • Personal Hostess and Raffle List
  • Specialized Food Menu

Latest NEWS

  • XVIP Table Challenge

    Februaru 14, 2017
    Want to be the first to get an XVIP Table? Here is your chance to win one!!
    Head over to XVIP Table Facebook Fundraiser Challenge and get in on the Fundraising Challenge!!
  • Band Submissions

    February 17, 2017
    The time has ended. We want to thank the over 100 bands that applied to perform at Breaking the Silence 10! We are now going through the submissions and making our selections. Keep an eye out for band announcements coming soon
  • Band Submissions

    December 7, 2017
    Bands! Bands! Bands!!

    The time has arrived. Head over to the submissions page and apply to have your band perform at Breaking the Silence 10! Please be sure to fill out all of the fields to better your chances and of course...
  • Countdown

    October 7, 2017
    Breaking the Silence 10!!

    Get ready for another great event!!


“For autistic individuals to succeed in this world, they need to find their strengths and the people that will help them get to their hopes and dreams. In order to do so, ability to make and keep friends is a must. Amongst those friends, there must be mentors to show them the way. A supportive environment where they can learn from their mistakes is what we as a society needs to create for them.” - Bill Wong, Autistic Occupational Therapist