WRIGLEYVILLE — If you passed by Wrigley Field Friday evening and thought you heard the music of Pearl Jam floating down from the sky, you weren't dreaming.
The iconic rock band was spotted on the rooftop of Murphy's Bleachers, 3655 N. Sheffield Ave., as they recorded some live footage while people waited for what they hoped was an impromptu performance.
Pearl Jam is in town to play two concerts at Wrigley Field, a common place to spot longtime Cubs fan and lead singer of the band, Eddie Vedder.
Both of the Wrigley Field Pearl Jam shows this weekend are sold out. Fans who weren't able to snag a ticket can still visit the Pearl Jam pop-up shop that opened earlier this week.
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