In recent years the baseball at Wrigley Field has been pretty lame, but at least the music has been entertaining – 2015 appears to be the year for both interesting play and sweet tunes. The Chicago Cubs’ young crop of superstars is ready to make the show, while Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters are gonna rock the Friendly Confines in August.
Ain't it the life? Bring on the summer!
It’s perfect musical symmetry: in 2013 Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam played Wrigley and told us that “some day we’ll go all the way” and now that the team is blossoming the band that gave us the song “Next Year” will be bringing the serenade full circle. [Should they play the tune, we’ll be able to say “Next Year is here....literally!”]
Get ready for the show with this fun design that honors the band and the stadium with an WF logo in a circle representing the famous scoreboard clock. It's no official concert shirt (which are often twice the price, half the quality, with none of the creativity), it's not FF merch (visit them for that), it's just an original design aimed at memorializing the event itself (the fans, the neighborhood and the hardball heritage).
Like all Cubby Tees designs, this is not an official product of any player, league, franchise, band or unidentified flying objects -- it's just a fun piece of unique art from our imagination; drawn by hand and rendered digitally as a lossless high-resolution vector graphic for ideal printing. It comes on 100% cotton preshrunk tees in sizes small through 5XL. (Alternate brands/cuts/colors/sizes can be custom-printed for little additional cost