With another Chicago Cubs offseason comes the annual scheduling of much-anticipated Wrigley Field concerts.
Keeping in similar fashion to previous years, the 2018 Wrigley concert lineup will feature a mix of new and returning artists.
Diverse Wrigley Field Concert Lineup in Store for 2018
The Foo Fighters will be back at the Friendly Confines for the first time since 2015, with shows scheduled for July 29-30.
Earlier in the month, Jimmy Buffett will be back for a second straight year and fourth time overall on July 13, followed by Def Leppard and Journey, who will each make their respective Wrigley Field concert debuts during a performance on July 14.
The following month, Pearl Jam is set to return for a pair of concerts Aug. 18 and 20. It will mark the fourth and fifth appearances for the band, who last graced the center field stage back in 2016.
For the final round of Wrigley shows for the year, Luke Bryan will be back Sept. 1 along with special guests Sam Hunt and Jon Pardi. Chicago’s own Fall Out Boy will make its headlining debut on Sept. 8, while the evening before, “Piano Man” Billy Joel will be back for a fifth straight year, extending his all-time venue record to seven.
Last year’s jam-packed Wrigley Field concert lineup consisted of a year-high 10 shows, up from the previous high of seven in 2016. The 2018 total stands at nine, so we’ll see if a few more are announced before the start of the Cubs season.
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Wrigley Field Concerts Through the Years
Jimmy Buffett – Sept. 4-5
The Police – July 5-6
Elton John & Billy Joel – July 16 & 21
Rascal Flatts – July 18
Dave Matthews Band – Sept. 17-18
Paul McCartney – July 31-Aug. 1
Roger Waters – June 8
Brad Paisley – June 9
Bruce Springsteen – Sept. 7-8
Pearl Jam – July 19
Jason Aldean – July 20
Billy Joel – July 18
Blake Shelton – July 19
Zac Brown Band – Sept. 13
Billy Joel – Aug. 27
Foo Fighters – Aug. 29
Zac Brown Band – Sept. 11
AC/DC – Sept. 15
Phish – June 24-25
James Taylor with Jackson Browne – June 30
Pearl Jam – Aug. 20 & 22
Billy Joel – Aug. 26
Luke Bryan – Aug. 27
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers – June 29
Dead and Company – June 30-July 1
Jimmy Buffett with Huey Lewis and The News – July 15
James Taylor with Bonnie Raitt – July 17
Billy Joel – Aug. 11
Florida Georgia Line with Nelly, Chris Lane, and Backstreet Boys – Aug. 12
Green Day – Aug. 24
Lady Gaga – Aug. 25
Zac Brown Band – Aug. 26
Jimmy Buffett with special guest Boz Scaggs – July 13
Def Leppard and Journey – July 14
Foo Fighters – July 29-30
Pearl Jam – Aug. 18 & 20
Luke Bryan with special guests Sam Hunt & Jon Pardi – Sept. 1
Billy Joel – Sept. 7
Fall Out Boy – Sept. 8