We’re not going to throw you any curve balls here – Wrigley Field isn’t known for its large portfolio of concerts. In fact, it’s not really known for much outside baseball. Chances are, if you’re at Wrigley Field, you’re watching the Cubs play. That being said, Wrigley Field has four amazing concerts locked up for this Summer and Fall. Check them out and let us know which one you’re most excited about in the comments!
The Piano Man
Thursday, August 27, 2015
While Billy Joel doesn’t tour much anymore, fans can still expect a legendary performance from this amazing musician. After every show of his at Madison Square Garden (he has promised to do one a month “for as long as fans keep coming”), the reviews come pouring in. Billy Joel hasn’t lost his touch. If you’ve been a fan since ‘Piano Man’, you’ll be sure to enjoy seeing the performer live.
Who would want to fight Foo? He’s so nice!
Saturday, August 29, 2015
With their latest album, ‘Sonic Highways’ recently released, the Foo Fighters are gearing up for their 2015 world tour by the same name. Honestly, not much has to be said here. You’re either a fan or your not, and if you’re a fan, you’re going. Simple as that.
Zac Brown BandTickets
A small-town band playing in big-town venues.
Friday, September 11, 2015
A country rock band from Atlanta, Georgia, the Zac Brown Band announced tour dates nearly a month ago, and their album hasn’t even dropped yet. Titled “Jekyll & Hyde”, singles Homegrown and Heavy is the Head have already shot to the top of the coutnry music charts. Zac Brown Band concerts tend to combine their own hit songs with covers of famous rock, country, and pop songs, which wind their way into impressive solos by each member of the band.
Has anyone figured out what that stands for?
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
After more than 40 years playing rock music, AC/DC has won just abou every accolade and award there is. After some major personal problems, including drummer Phil Rudd being arrested on drug charges and attempted murder (the attempted murder part was later retracted by the police). With no time to spare before their 2015 Rock or Bust Tour , the band brought back former drummer Chris Slade. Fans who have seen them in concert over the past few years are unanimous – the band can still put on an amazing live show.