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03/14/19

Chicago Cubs Grateful Dead Night Returns April 24!

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Calling all Dead Heads! The Cubs are teaming up with Third Man Pressing for the second Grateful Dead Night at Wrigley Field.

On Wednesday, April 24, fans can join the celebration of the iconic rock band by purchasing this Special Ticket Offer to see the Cubs take on the Dodgers. In addition to a ticket to the game, fans who purchase a ticket through this offer will receive a double-sided, seven-inch vinyl record featuring two Grateful Dead songs:

  • Side A: “Brown-Eyed Women” – Live at Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 5/13/77
  • Side B: “Cumberland Blues” – Live at Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL 10/22/71

Pressed at Jack White’s Third Man Pressing in Detroit, Michigan, this limited-edition vinyl record is only available as part of this Special Ticket Offer. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. One vinyl record will be granted for each ticket purchased through this offer.

Ticket holders also are invited to stop by Gallagher Way to enjoy a pregame concert by Mr. Blotto! Additional details will be shared closer to the game date.

To purchase tickets for groups of 15 or more, please contact a Group Sales Representative at 773-404-4242 or cubsgrouptickets@cubs.com. A portion of net proceeds from Grateful Dead Night will be donated to the Rex Foundation.

About Third Man Records
Third Man Records was launched by Jack White in Detroit, Michigan, in 2001. In 2009, Third Man Records opened its headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee, with a second location opening in Detroit in 2015. Each location includes a retail store, record label offices and live performance space. Third Man Pressing, a state-of-the-art vinyl record production facility, opened within the Detroit location in February 2017. Third Man Records is an innovator in the world of vinyl records and a boundary pusher in the world of recorded music, aiming to bring tangibility and spontaneity back into the record business and issue releases that leave no doubt in the minds of listeners that music is indeed sacred.