Spring, summer, winter and fall---on the field or off the field; there is always something going at the Park at Wrigley. Yoga, music festivals, children's programs, farmers markets and of course baseball!  We are Just a stones throw from The Wrigley Flats, so head on over to Gallagher Way at Wrigley Field and see what the excitement is all about!

What a Way to Jump Start Your Day!

Our Guest's at The Wrigley Flats don't have to forfeit fitness just because you’re on vacation in Chicago. Bring your work out clothes and join the rest of your Wrigleyville neighbors starting their day off right with a little sweat and muscle burn!
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Yoga at Gallagher Way
Tuesdays & Thursday 7-8am
Bring your mat and get centered with Yoga at Gallagher Way. Classes teach breathing exercises, postures, relaxation and meditation to stretch, strengthen and condition.
All participants must complete the Fitness Waiver Form  online in advance. Waiver forms will also be available on site the day of each event.
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HIIT at Gallagher Way
Monday & Wednesdays 7-8am
Turn up your weekday workouts with HIIT classes. Push yourself with high energy, no frills training, turning Gallagher Way into your own outdoor workout space. These high-intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions will burn calories, boost your cardio capacity and strengthen your muscles. All participants must complete the Fitness Waiver Form  online in advance. Waiver forms will also be available on site the day of each event.
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Run Club at Gallagher Way
Saturdays 7-8am
All participants must complete the Fitness Waiver Form  online in advance. Waiver forms will also be available on site the day of each event.

Sundown Sessions at Gallagher Way

Bring a blanket and enjoy the sounds of live music from local jazz and blues artists select evenings at Gallagher Way. Musicians from the Jazz Links Education Program Alumni Ensembles perform select Tuesday evenings and musicians from Buddy Guy's Legends perform Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the summer.
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Music Box Theater Movies at Gallagher Way
Bring your blanket and enjoy Gallagher Way's free summer movie series presented by Chicago's premier venue for independent and classic films, Music Box Theatre. Gates open at 6 p.m. Screenings start at 7:30 p.m. Seating is first come, first served. August 22nd Space Jam, September 5th Top Gun, September 19th Back to the Future
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Game Day at Gallagher Way

Gallagher Way becomes a backyard for Wrigley Field on gamedays — a space where ticket holders can continue celebrating before, during and following each game. Gameday ticket holders can find outdoor space, food and beverage options, gameday activities and view the game highlights on the video board at Gallagher Way.
Open to gameday ticket holders two hours prior to game time at Wrigley Field.
Green City Market
Farmers Market at Wrigley Field
Select Thursdays 4-8pm

Green City Market brings locally-sourced, farmer-driven goods to Gallagher Way — including many of Green City’s staples like seasonal fruits, veggies, prepared food and more. Stop by to shop, taste, see chef demonstrations, hear live music and bring the neighborhood together to support local, sustainably grown food from family farms.

Farmers Market at Wrigley Field
Chef Demos starting at 6:30 p.m., top Chicago-area chefs demonstrate recipes using seasonal and sustainable ingredients from market vendors. These approachable cooking demonstrations provide inspiration and guidance for how to cook with market ingredients in your own home.
Kid Time At Wrigley Park
Kids playing music at Wrigley Field
Tuesdays 10-10:45am
Music, movement and creative imaginings in the mornings! Join us for Old Town School of Folk Music’s acclaimed Wiggleworms® program for a lively interactive arts experience. Live music, shakers, bubbles, singing, dancing and more await you and your little ones. Plenty of fun for all ages but designed for ages one to six and parents together. Following each program, stay and enjoy family-friendly films and play time in the pop jets!​
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Wrigley Field Fun Facts

​​Originally opened in 1914 as Weeghman Park | 2nd oldest ball park in America ​​

Chewing gum magnate William Wrigley was an investor in the Cubs and kept increasing his shares, then eventually bought out Weeghman in 1918. He was full owner by 1921 and expanded the park in 1922. Renamed the park Wrigley Field in 1927

Loosing A Ball in The Ivey: If a ball gets lost in the ivy, it's considered a ground-rule double as long as the outfielder raises his hands to indicate that the ball is lost. If he doesn't, it's considered fair play.
Rules For Homerun Balls.  When a player for the Cubs hits a home run, the lucky fan who catches the ball doesn't take it home as a souvenir: tradition dictates that he or she return it to the player. (Cubs fans are thoughtful like that.) If it's a player on the opposing team who hits the tater, it will usually be promptly thrown back onto the field (even if the person who catches it is outside of the stadium)
​​First Night Game was in 1988. They were scheduled to be added in the early 1940s, but one day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, P.K. Wrigley donated 165 tons of steel to the war effort instead.

The Scoreboar Has Been Around Since 1937 and is still manually operated. Despite its prominent placement, it has never been struck with a batted ball. Golfer Sam Snead teed off from home plate and hit it once, though.
People sitting on rooftops at Wrigley
It's the Only Ballpark Where Neighborhood Residence Can Sit On Their Roofs and Watch the Game. This wasn't really a problem for the Cubs organization until the 1990s, when owners of the apartments built bleachers on their roofs and started charging people to come watch the game from their stands. The owners of the apartments agreed to share some of the proceeds with the Cubs and the Cubs agreed not to block the view with a fence.

While Harry Caray was still announcing for the White Sox, radio producer and broadcaster Jay Scott approached him about singing the song for the audience, but Caray declined. So, during one game, Scott turned the mikes on in the announcer's booth without telling Caray and a tradition was born—a tradition that Caray brought with him to Wrigley Field when he became the team's official broadcaster in 1982

Harry Carey singing Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Babe Ruth's Famous Called Shot Happened at Wrigley.  During the 1932 World Series, The Babe pointed to centerfield to indicate exactly where he was going to hammer the next ball. And he did. It's much argued among baseball fans as to whether Ruth actually called the shot or if he was pointing at the pitcher or simply gesturing toward the Cubs's bench. Whatever he did, he did it at Wrigley.
2018-2019 Season Schedule

Wrigley Field Summer Concert Series

August 18th & 20th: Pearl Jam
Pearl Jam will return to perform at Wrigley Field Saturday, August 18, and Monday,
September 1st: Luke Bryan
Luke Bryan will perform at Wrigley Field Saturday, September 1, with special guests Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce and DJ Rock.
September 7th: Billy Joel at Wrigley Field
Billy Joel will return for a record-breaking fifth consecutive performance at Wrigley Field. The legendary musician's performance also will set a record for most overall appearances at the Friendly Confines.
September 8th: Fall Out Boy at Wrigley Field
Fall Out Boy will perform at Wrigley Field Saturday. The evening also will feature special guests Rise Against and Machine Gun Kelly.