Cubs Rooftop Seating Fact Sheet
Field's first baseball game took place on April
On this same date the Ivy League
Baseball Club, the original Chicago Cubs rooftop,
Our clients enjoyed the view from
our Wrigley rooftop for the very first opening
game, establishing the Ivy League Baseball Club
as the first Chicago Cubs rooftop at Wrigley Field.
(Pictured below, source: Chicago
Ivy League Baseball Club Wrigley rooftop
at 3637 N. Sheffield, Chicago IL 60613.
The facility is licensed by the City
of Chicago through an Ordinance passed on
May 20, 1998. The facility is categorized as a
"special club license".
The Cubs Rooftop facility can
be rented by corporations or groups. Each group
must completely fill out and sign our rental agreement
at the time of their booking. Each group must
also supply a guest list to the facility 7 days
prior to the date of their event. Everyone included
on the list must be mutually approved for entrance
by both the company and the Wrigley Field rooftop
Anyone entering the Cubs rooftop
facility without approval is trespassing on private
property and is subject to a fine and/or arrest.
Each guest must check-in upon arrival. Each guest
must stay within the facility. If you leave, you
may not re-enter.
Alcoholic beverages can be denied
to a guest at this Cubs rooftop at any time if
it is determined that the individual is beyond
a reasonable limit. Alcohol beverage service
is cut off at the middle of the seventh inning,
all other food and beverages continue throughout
Any individual may be removed
from the Cubs rooftop for behavior deemed inappropriate
in a commercial establishment.
See the game like you have never
seen it before. Not from the bleachers, but from
the premier Chicago Cubs rooftop. Enjoy the action
on the field plus food and beverages with friends,
family or colleagues.
The Ivy League Baseball Club was established in
1914, making it the first
Wrigley Field rooftop.