This laying field is 600 feet above the sea level.
The stadium was initially known as "Cubs Park" before it was completely owned by William Wrigley Jr., the Chewing gum magnate.
The Wrigley Field is a basketball park, located in northern Chicago in Illinois. The stadium serves as a stamping ground to Chicago Cubs which is as one of the city’s Major League Baseball (MLB) franchises. Wrigley Field is an irregular block, bounded by Clark street in the west and Addison in the south, Waveland in the north and Sheffield in the east. It is nicknamed as “The Friendly Confines” and was a home of National Football League team Chicago Bears. This field possesses ivy-covered outfield wall that is made up of bricks. There is also a hand-turned scoreboard.
Famous American singer Jason Aldean performed at Wrigley on 20th July, 2013 during his "Night Train Tour".
The Chicago Bears played in the Wrigley Field for a long time spanning from 1921 to 1970.
The 2009 Winter Classic (a regular season NHL game) was played on 1st January.
Chicago Whales was the first tenant of this stadium that practiced here from 1914 to 1915.
The Chicago Sing hosted the San Diego Stockers on 25th August 1979 of the North American Soccer League season.
American band Pearl Jam performed in Wrigley on 19th July, 2013. It was the fastest sold-out concert in the history of the venue.