President Barack Obama will head home to Chicago over the weekend for a series of five high-dollar fundraisers for the Obama Victory Fund, according to a campaign official.
On Sunday, Obama will head back to his old stomping grounds in Hyde Park, holding a fundraiser in his own home. Tickets for this event will cost $40,000 per attendee.
Obama will also attend what the campaign calls a small round table, which also has a ticket price of $40,000 per person. Then, he will attend a Gen44 reception at the Bridgeport Arts Center.
After the fundraiser at Obama's Chicago home, the president will attend another event in Hyde Park at a private residence where tickets start at $5,000 per person.
Finally, Obama will speak at another private residence in the evening. Tickets for this event will cost $1,000 per person.
The Obama Victory Fund is a joint fundraising committee of Obama for America, the Democratic National Committee and several state Democratic parties.
Obama was last in his hometown for a fundraiser and rally in June. The president and his family were also in Chicago during the Father's Day weekend for the wedding of the daughter of senior adviser Valerie Jarrett. In May, Obama was in Chicago to host the NATO summit.