Fresh off a very well-received (and, come on, you can admit it: very impressive) Super Bowl halftime performance, Lady Gaga’s star is even more on the rise than it already was.
I can tell, because she’s going to be performing at the clear pinnacle of an entertainer’s highest dreams and aspirations:
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) February 6, 2017
That’s gonna be something. The concerts at Wrigley Field in recent years have skewed on the traditional side, with the most modern non-country probably being Pearl Jam and Foo Fighters. So, having one of the most significant pop stars on the planet coming to Wrigley … that’s pretty cool, even if you’re not a fan.
No word yet if she’s be starting the concert by jumping off of The Old Scoreboard in center field.