But the right field video board and the bleachers won't be, the team said on Tuesday.
Federal prosecutors announced the charges Friday morning.
Tom Ricketts promised the new plaza, when completed in 2016, will be "for everyone in the neighborhood."
The concert will be the third of four shows at Wrigley Field this fall.
President of business operations Crane Kenney said left-field bleachers should be accessible by May 11.
While rooftop owners said the signs mean "lights out" for their business, a judge denied their request.
The owners have asked for a restraining order and say business has suffered due to the construction.
Tickets go on sale Monday for the Sept. 15 concert.
The footage was shot by Jacob Glick, a Ukrainian immigrant who owned cigar stores in Chicago.
Season-ticket holders will have several options as construction on the bleachers continues.
The acclaimed singer will perform at Wrigley Field on Aug. 27.
Proceeds from the fourth annual Woody's Winter Warm Up will benefit the Wood Family Foundation.
Team officials warn the outfield walls may crumble and have to be rebuilt next year when ivy is removed.
Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts and pitcher Fergie Jenkins will join the tree lighting festivities.
The toy drive, part of the team's 100 Gifts of Service, benefits kids at Lawrence Hall Youth Services.
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