2018 Wrigley Field Concerts

Wrigley Field Concerts
Monday, February 12, 2018 - 12:49pm

There's something about seeing a concert at Wrigley Field, and this year music fans have nine dates to see some of the the biggest names in music. Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band, and special guest Boz Scaggs, will start the season, followed by Def Leppard and Journey. They'll be joined by special guest Pretenders. Luke Bryan and Sam Hunt will also be performing.

Billy Joel returns to one of his favorite venues for the fifth year in a row and the seventh time overall. Pearl Jam and Foo Fighters are also making return appearances. The season closes with Fall Out Boy, who will be joined by Rise Against and Machine Gun Kelly.


2018 Wrigley Field Concerts

July 13: Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefer Band

July 14: Def Leppard and Journey

July 29 & July 30: Foo Fighters

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Foo Fighters

August 18 & August 20: Pearl Jam

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September 1: Luke Bryan

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Luke Bryan Concert

September 7: Billy Joel

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September 8: Fall Out Boy with Rise Against and Machine Gun Kelly

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Fall Out Boy - Patrick Stump

How to get to Wrigley Field Concerts

Public transportation is easily available with a Red Line stop half a block away and multiple bus routes. You can plan your visit with Google maps. Burn some calories by using the Divvy bike-sharing system, or make somebody else drive and take Uber or Lyft. If you drive, you can get discounted parking with Spothero or Parkwhiz.


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