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You Can Watch The Cubs Tonight On The Big Screen Outside Wrigley Field

By Jessica Cabe | October 6, 2017 5:55am
 The Park at Wrigley features a large video screen.
The Park at Wrigley features a large video screen.
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WRIGLEYVILLE — Looking for a spot to watch the Cubs game tonight? How about at Wrigley Field?

The Cubs will host their first-ever playoff game watch party at the new Park at Wrigley, which is just outside the ballpark.

Here are some of the basics:

• The game starts at 6:30 p.m.

• You need a ticket.

• Tickets cost $10.

• Yes, beer will be sold.

The Park at Wrigley will also show live game broadcasts on the large video board for NLDS Game 2 and, if necessary, Game 5.

Net proceeds from ticket sales benefit Cubs Charities. Fans can buy a maximum of four tickets, and children 2 and younger are free. Limited seating will be available.

Park at Wrigley gates will open an hour before the start of the broadcast and will close at the end of the event. Fans can buy food and beverages, including alcohol, as well as enjoy select giveaways.

Event parking is free on a first-come, first-served basis in the Toyota Camry Lot at 1126 W. Grace St.

More information on the viewings, prohibited items and how to buy tickets can be found online.

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