The Chicago Cubs are teaming up with Third Man Pressing to offer fans an exclusive Vinyl Record Ticket Package for the Cubs-Reds game Friday, July 6, at Wrigley Field! Fans who purchase a ticket to the July 6 game through this special offer will receive a limited-edition, 7-inch vinyl record.
Pressed at Jack White's Third Man Pressing in Detroit, this double-sided record features Eddie Vedder's single "All the Way," which was written by Vedder as a tribute to the Chicago Cubs in 2007. The other side of the record features the iconic song "Go, Cubs, Go," written and sung by lifelong Cubs fan Steve Goodman in 1984.
This limited-edition vinyl record is pressed on blue and red vinyl and only available as part of this exclusive ticket package. Ticket packages are available on a first-come, first-served basis. One vinyl record will be granted for each ticket purchased through this offer.
Please note the vinyl record will be available for pickup Friday, July 6, at Wrigley Field. Additional details regarding the redemption of this exclusive item will be shared closer to the game date.
To purchase the Cubs Vinyl Record Ticket Package for groups of 15 or more, please contact our Group Sales team at 773-404-4242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions regarding the Cubs Vinyl Record Ticket Package, please contact Fan Services at 800-THE-CUBS or email@example.com.
About Third Man Records
Third Man Records was launched by Jack White in Detroit 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.