Wrigley may show movies if ordinance passes

September 9, 2011 10:16:46 AM PDT
The Chicago Cubs may soon have a movie night at the ballpark.

Alderman Tom Tunney introduced an ordinance at Thursday's city council meeting that would allow a first-ever movie night at Wrigley Field.

If approved, the Chicago Sun-Times reports, fans would pay a nominal fee to sit on the field and watch a baseball-themed movie.

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Tunney has to get the movie night approved because of an ordinance that only allows outdoor concerts at night.