For years, decaying infrastructure and horrid Chicago Cubs teams have led many to demand that a wrecking ball be taken to Wrigley Field...in September 2012, Bruce Springsteen did just that; bringing his Wrecking Ball Tour to the grand old ballpark for a two-night engagement in the Windy City.
The baseball has been rotten in Wrigley Field, but the concert scene has been sweet and the Friendly Confines rocked when the Boss adjusted the North Side map to place E Street at the corner of Clark & Addison.
Commemorate the occasion with this unique new shirt that features original artwork inspired by Wrigley Field, the concert and the look of vintage postcards that similarly inspired the cover of Springsteen's classic Greetings From Asbury Park album
. From a stylized version of Wrigley's marquee to the ivy on the walls and the scoreboard up above, this tee pays homage to a classic park and a classic rocker with a classic look.
It's no official shirt (those are rip-offs: twice the price, half the quality, none of the originality), just a creative design to memorialize the event, the man, the neighborhood and the waning days of summer. Whether you attend or not, you can celebrate the meeting of your favorite performer and your favorite venue on this 100% heavyweight cotton shirt in several colors and sizes small through 5XL (alternate colors, sizes, styles available on request).