- $115 for one ticket to see a concert at Wrigley Field from a Wrigleyville rooftop, including unlimited food and drinks and access to the Hall of Fame Suite (up to $230 value)
- When: 8 p.m. on July 18; 7 p.m. on July 19 and September 13
- Seating: general-admission
- Doors open at 7 p.m., and close 30 minutes after the concert ends.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the food menu. Drink options include beer, wine, soda and bottled water.
Rooftop has no control over the concert sound or staging, and has no affiliation with the promoter. Rooftop cannot guarantee the quality or degree of sound or any other audio/visual sound or lighting effects related to the concert.
Concert and Location Options
Billy Joel on Friday, July 18, at 3643 N. Sheffield
Blake Shelton on Saturday, July 19
Zac Brown Band on Saturday, September 13
- 3643 N. Sheffield
- 1032 W. Waveland
- His basic job description: “Piano Man”
- The legend, by numbers: over 150 million albums sold, 6 Grammys, and third best-selling solo artist in the United States
- Halls of Fame he belongs to: Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Long Island Music Hall of Fame
- How to impress your fellow concert-goers: by rattling off every lyric to “We Didn’t Start the Fire” while providing footnotes for every reference
- The country mega-star by numbers: 15 #1 hits, 4 American Country Awards, 8 CMA Awards, 4 Academy of Country Music Awards, reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, and 3-time Male Vocalist of the Year
- His approach to music: “I just want to do what George Strait has done and what Reba has done; to make great music year after year.”
- Extra reason to be excited to see him from the rooftop: he’s sold out Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Bowl, so you’ll be more comfy up top than in the field
- Funny thing to do during the show: sit backwards in your chair and turn the tables on Shelton by pretending you’re a coach on The Voice
Zac Brown Band
- Three: the number of the band’s Grammy wins since 2009
- Ten: the number of chart-topping hit singles they’ve achieved
- More than 6 million: the number of albums Uncaged, You Get What You Give, and The Foundation have sold combined
- Mark of the band’s popularity: It recently sold out a two-night stand at Fenway Park—a feat accomplished mainly by the likes of Bruce Springsteen and The Rolling Stones.
Wrigleyville Rooftops boasts three distinct rooftop locations in which to enjoy Cubs games: one on Waveland, and two on Sheffield. At each facility, fans kick back in tiered, bleacher-style seats and soak up elevated views of ballgames from beyond the storied left- or right-field walls. Instead of strapping jetpacks to stadium vendors, the rooftops offer full catering services, including a menu packed with burgers, beef sandwiches, nachos, and beer. Luxurious indoor suites, meanwhile, welcome all fans with HD TVs, bars, and cozy temperatures for days when it’s too cold or begins raining Cracker Jack.