Greg Kot of the Tribune reports:
Paul McCartney announced Monday that he will play his first Chicago concert since 2005 when he headlines July 31 at Wrigley Field.
Tickets will go on sale June 20 at tickets.com for the rare date at the Cubs ballpark, which has seen only a handful of concerts in past summers by the Dave Matthews Band, Jimmy Buffett, the Police, Rascal Flatts, and Billy Joel and Elton John.
There is no mention of whether you will have to purchase five additional tickets to crappy Cubs games in order to get the concert tickets.
Though, I think we can safely assume that they won’t be having one of their $1 hot dog days.