An emblem of Chicago, Illinois, Wrigley Field welcomes visitors with its iconic red art-deco marquee at the front of the building, reading "Wrigley Field, Home of Chicago Cubs". A venue full of character, not only is it home of the Major League Baseball team, Wrigley Field is also the oldest park in the National League and first opened in 1914.
A 41,649 capacity venue with over one hundred years of history, this unique stadium is known for its stunning ivy-covered outfield walls, its unusual wind patterns (which have been responsible for some unpredictable and unforgettable games) and its quirky hand-turned scoreboard, which has been in use since 1937.
The park has also played host to a range of world-class artists over the years, including Jimmy Buffett, The Police, Umphrey's McGee, Elton John, Billy Joel, Rascal Flatts, Lakeview Music Festival, Paul McCartney, Brad Paisley, Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Kelly Clarkson, Zac Brown Band, Foo Fighters, AC/DC, Phish, James Taylor, Luke Bryan, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Florida Georgia Line, Green Day, Lady Gaga and many more!
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