Here’s what is new at Wrigley Field, as Chicago celebrates the Cubs home opener.

The 1060 Project, a multi-year upgrade of Wrigley Field, is finally complete just in time for Opening Day 2019.  Here are all the new amenities that will be debuting at Wrigley Field this season:

  • Three New Season-Ticket Holder Clubs:  The Cubs have literally carved out some special areas to enhance the fan experience.  The W Club (left field), The Catalina Club (Below The Press Box), and the Maker’s Mark Barrel Club (right field) will kick things up a notch, complete with all-inclusive packages.  [ERIC NOTE:  I was fortunate enough to be given access to The W Club on Opening Day.  I’ll scope it out and let you know what to expect.]
  • Upper Level Concourse Improvements:  To the fans that toil in the cheaper seats, your wait is over.  Expanded concourses, all-new concession options, and….most importantly….new bathrooms.  The left field area will be ready by Opening Day with right field to follow in about a month or so.
  • New Right Field Bar:  Just inside the Wintrust Right Field Gate.  I always approve another distribution point for libations.
  • Remodeled Visitor’s Clubhouse:  Not like Cubs fans will care terribly about what the other team has to hang out in, but….the team is upping their hospitality game.

So, check out the video tour below (thanks to Cubs Insider)….and as a fan of the North Siders, you might be interested in this tee from our merch store at  Fly the W.  — [eric]