Wrigley Field Rules
Alcohol will only be served until the last out of the 8th inning during day games and the last out of the 7th inning or 10:30 p.m. for night games. A valid photo ID indicating legal proof of age is required by anyone who appears to be under the age of 35 when purchasing alcohol at Wrigley Field. The venue reserves the right to deny entry to Wrigley Field, or to deny beverage service, to any customer who appears intoxicated.
No animals are permitted on Wrigley Field property, unless they are service animals.
Bags, purses and containers should not exceed 16" x 16" x 8" inches, and all are subject to inspection upon entry. There are designated bag check lines at each entry gate for all guests carrying items that need inspection.
Banners and signs are permitted at Wrigley Field, but are limited to before the game, between innings and after the game. The venue reserves the right to confiscate any banners or signs that display an inappropriate message or are commercial in nature, as well as those causing a disturbance and/or obstructing sightlines.
Bottles, Cans and Outside Beverages:
Glass bottles, cans or alcoholic beverages of any kind are not permitted at Wrigley Field. Hard-sided coolers and thermoses of any kind are not permitted into the ballpark, but water in unopened plastic bottles is allowed.
Wrigley Field permits the use of video and still cameras in the ballpark.
Tripods, however, are not permitted in the seating areas and recordings may be used for personal viewing only – any other use, distribution or commercial use is prohibited. Copyrighted game information may not be distributed without permission of the Chicago Cubs.
Provided they are seated on the lap of a parent or guardian, children aged 2 or under are admitted to regular season Cubs games without a ticket. Identification wristbands are offered for children to wear with their parent/guardian's contact information and seat location for the game, in order to help reunite lost children with their parent/guardian. These are available at the Fan Services Booth.
Code of Conduct:
- Unruly behavior, including but not limited to foul, abusive or derogatory language (including offensive language about another person's race, ethnicity, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation or national origin) will not be tolerated.
- Obscene/threatening gestures, fighting, taunting or making threatening remarks will also not be tolerated.
- Any customer showing signs of intoxication or other signs of impairment related to alcohol consumption or any illegal drug will be asked to leave.
- Tobacco or Smoking in any form, including electronic cigarettes, is not allowed on the premises.
- Displays of affection not appropriate in a public, family setting are prohibited.
- Obscene or indecent clothing or signs are not allowed.
- Any disruption of the game or event, including throwing of objects or trespassing on the playing field or in other restricted areas, may lead to ejection from the premises.
- Guests must not sit in a location other than their ticketed seat.
- Entering the field of play is prohibited by Illinois law.
The following outside items are prohibited from Wrigley Field premises: Alcohol, bags exceeding 16" x 16" x 8" inches, brooms, containers (including cans, aerosol spray, glass, hard-sided coolers, thermoses or flasks), illegal drugs, inflatables (beach balls etc.), laser pointers, luggage or car seats, nets, noise-makers, non-factory sealed plastic bottles (unless empty), portable stadium seats, selfie-sticks, unmanned aerial vehicles, weapons of any kind or any other items deemed inappropriate by ballpark operations personnel.
Most importantly: Be respectful of those around you and enjoy the show!
For more information on Wrigley Field in Chicago and to read about this venues history, check out the Wrigley Field information page.