- One rooftop ticket to AC/DC’s Wrigley Field concert, including food and drink (up to $301.28 value)
- When: Tuesday, September 15, at 7:30 p.m
- Where: Wrigley Rooftop’s 1048 Sky Lounge and Rooftop
- General admission
- Doors open and food and drink service begins at 7 p.m. (prompt arrival recommended)
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
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- Bringing the legendary licks: Angus Young, whose snarling guitar helped hits such as “Highway to Hell” wind their way into rock history with the rhythmic backing of his brother Malcolm
- Bringing the primal vocals: Brian Johnson, whose towering howl has been a staple of the group since 1980’s Back in Black
- A few of their stadium-filling hits: “Back in Black,” “Hells Bells,” “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Thunderstruck”
- Their latest: 2014’s Rock or Bust, which Angus completed using tapes he and Malcolm had recorded before his brother’s illness ended his time with the band. Nephew Stevie Young now fills out the guitar section.
- How it fits into their oeuvre: as neatly as an amp cord into a three-wire socket—Rolling Stone found it filled with “plenty of electrifying fist-pumpers”
Wrigley Rooftop's multilevel, Chicago Cubs–endorsed spaces give baseball fans bird’s-eye views of all the action taking place on historical Wrigley Field. At the 1048 Sky Lounge, spectators perch in indoor bar and lounge areas or on executive seats in the outdoor rooftop deck.
Admission gets guests access to a menu of classic game-day eats, including a southwest appetizer bar, Chicago-style hot dogs, Italian sausage, beef burgers, and chicken breasts prepared fresh by onsite chefs instead of sitting on a buffet hotplate. Meanwhile, bartenders serve up premium draughts such as Goose Island 312, Fat Tire, Amstel Light, Corona, Leinenkugel, and Blue Moon. Refreshing cups of Budweiser, Miller Lite, Coors Light, California wines, and soft drinks also join the mix while in-house photographers often snap pictures of guests. These photos are ready for immediate download, and visitors can use free WiFi to do so before checking other game scores in an effort to prove that the Internet still exists.