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Wrigley Field 2015 - 2016 Event Schedule

Wrigley Field Concerts

8-27-2015
Thursday at 8:00 pm
Billy Joel

8-29-2015
Saturday at 5:30 pm
Foo Fighters

9-11-2015
Friday at 7:00 pm
Zac Brown Band

9-15-2015
Tuesday at 7:00 pm
AC/DC

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Wrigley Field Sports Events

8-6-2015
Thursday at 7:05 pm
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants

8-7-2015
Friday at 3:05 pm
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants

8-8-2015
Saturday at 3:05 pm
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants

8-9-2015
Sunday at 1:20 pm
Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants

8-11-2015
Tuesday at 7:05 pm
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers

8-12-2015
Wednesday at 7:05 pm
Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers

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Wrigley Field Seating Chart:

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Wrigley Field Address
1060 West Addison
Chicago, Illinois
60613
Seating Capacity
41,118
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Christian Yelich drives a 2-2 pitch from Jason Hammel to the second or third row in center field, prompting a groan from the fans inside Wrigley Field. At the Wrigley Rooftops' building down the right-field line, just beyond the famed ballpark's ivy ...

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In the meantime, Shore found himself at Cubs game recently in Wrigley Field, where the anthem singer did an amazing version the Star-Spangled Banner with just an acoustic guitar. Inspired, he decided he'd take a huge swing for the fences and submit to ...

Wrigley Field Tickets speakers broke before batting practice
Sign-up for Chicago Sun-Times newsletters. When the Cubs went to hit during batting practice, something was different. It was too quiet. Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo was the first to notice that there wasn't any music playing during batting practice.