WRIGLEYVILLE — A free screening of the Pearl Jam documentary "Let's Play Two" originally slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday has been rescheduled to 7 p.m. Monday.
The Cubs' home game at Wrigley started at 3:08 p.m. Wednesday after being postponed due to weather on Tuesday.
"Let's Play Two" will be shown on the big screen at the Park at Wrigley for free Monday. Gates open at 6 p.m., and the movie starts at 7 p.m. Beverages and food truck fare will be sold, and limited seating will be available.
The documentary chronicles Pearl Jam's sold-out performances at Wrigley Field during the Cubs' historic, World Series-winning 2016 season. It features the band's 25-year catalog of originals and covers and showcases the special relationship between Pearl Jam and Chicago, lead singer Eddie Vedder's hometown.
Vedder is one of the most beloved celebrity Cubs fans. Just Tuesday, he was seen tossing guitar picks from the rooftop of Murphy's Bleachers, and he recently made national headlines for jamming with local street musicians at Sheffield and Waveland.
The Cubs and Wrigley Field are 95 percent owned by an entity controlled by a trust established for the benefit of the family of Joe Ricketts, owner and CEO of DNAinfo.com. Joe Ricketts has no direct involvement in the management of the iconic team.