- $99 for one rooftop ticket to watch a Billy Joel or Blake Shelton concert, plus food and refreshments (up to $189.28 value)
- Where: 3700 Wrigley Rooftop
- General admission in area with obstructed view
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Billy Joel on Friday, July 18
- Blake Shelton on Saturday, July 19
All ages are welcome. Groups of 14 or more should email the box office after purchasing for an upgrade to a reserved seating section.
- The legend, by numbers: over 150 million albums sold, 6 Grammys, and third best-selling solo artist in the United States
- Halls of Fame that Billy belongs to: Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Long Island Music Hall of Fame
- Another thing he did that most mortals cannot: became a franchise of Madison Square Garden with a residency of 1 concert a month
- The song that introduced you to Billy, along with Paul the real-estate novelist and Davy, who’s hopefully retired from the Navy by now: “Piano Man”
- Song that makes you question your grandparents’ goodness: “Only the Good Die Young”
- Impress your fellow concert-goers: by rattling off every lyrics 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
- Current singles that should have been named “Instant #1 Singles”: “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” “Mine Would Be You,” “Boys ‘Round Here”
- Fun facts about Blake: he’s 6′5” tall, once rocked a mullet, and loves The Golden Girls
- 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 recently 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 Blake by pretending you’re a coach on The Voice
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.