Brett Eldredge Surprises Cubs Fans With Opening Day Concert

Last October, Brett Eldredge's childhood dream came true.  He was in attendance with his dad and brother when his favorite baseball team, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series (check out the video below). 

As the Cubs prepared to raise their first championship banner in over a century, Brett played a surprise show across the street from Wrigley Field earlier this week, although the weather did cause a change of plans. The show was originally supposed to take place on the roof of the Old Crow Smokehouse but had to be moved inside.

Regardless, fans who got a chance to see Brett were treated to a concert featuring tunes like “Lose My Mind,” Beat of the Music,” “Drunk on Your Love,” and “Wanna Be That Song,” with the Illinois native closing with Steve Goodman’s “Go Cubs Go.”

 “Before I leave here and start partying with all of y’all, I have to say, we are the World Champions,” Brett told fans. “They can never take that away from us. We’ll always have that.”

LOCASH served as opener for Brett’s show, with a set that featured “Know Somebody," “I Love This Life,” a cover of Keith Urban’s “You Gonna Fly,” and even “Take Me Out To the Ballgame.”

Source: CMT

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