Wrigley Field | Chicago, Illinois
EVENT RESCHEDULED TO TUESDAY 10TH AUGUST 2021. Originally Monday 9th August 2021. All original tickets are still valid!
The city of Chicago, Illinois has never been in more anticipation for Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers than now, because this upcoming Baseball match is than just a game, because on Tuesday 10th August 2021 (Rescheduled from Monday 9th August 2021) they will finally be settling their scores as to who the greater team is, and this will only happen at the iconic Wrigley Field. Baseball fans all of the country are travelling to the city to experience every minute of the build up to this highly anticipated fixture. These two teams have had close run contests over the last few years, with both carrying victories over the other. But for now, who will gain the edge this time? The only way to find out it to come down to the Wrigley Field on Tuesday 10th August 2021 (Rescheduled from Monday 9th August 2021). To avoid disappointment and get the best seats possible, we suggest getting your tickets early as this will be a sell-out event. Click the buy tickets button below to book yours now.
When you want to see the finest entertainment, then there’s no better venue to go than the sensational Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, the venue that is hosting Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers! Once again this iconic venue has managed to secure one of the most sought after events for a live performance. For the last decade this cathedral for live events has delivered some of the hottest talents to their venue to put on a night that is truly unmissable. How do they manage this you ask? Well it’s quite simple, by giving their audiences as well as the events the greatest possible experience from start to finish, and if you come to see this event that’s exactly what you’ll receive! So if you want to watch amazing entertainment, then why go anywhere else. To see Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers live on Monday 9th August 2021 then click the Buy Tickets button below to book your tickets today.