Wrigley Field to Show ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ at Movie Night

When Cameron was in Chicago land … let my Cameron go watch a movie at Wrigley Field.

The Chicago Cubs and Groupon have teamed up to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Ferris Bueller's Day Off and will be screening the film at Wrigley Field after the Cubs wrap up their season.

The Cubs will set up three 30-foot screens on the lip of the infield, and fans will have an opportunity to set up blankets in the outfield grass, sit in the bleachers or relax in luxury boxes. Moviegoers will even be allowed to bring in picnic baskets, as long as they don't try to sneak in alcohol.

And although they may not be accepting donations to "Save Ferris," the Cubs have arranged for a "Danke Shoen" sing-along in an attempt to break a world record for "Most People Singing in the Round."

We can only hope that they follow up with a "Twist and Shout" encore.

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