AC/DC turned up the volume at Wrigley Field

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Shortly after the Cubs started their second game against the Pirates, things got loud in Wrigley. However, it had nothing to do with the Cubs playing well.

Legendary hard rock band AC/DC took over Wrigley and gave the ballpark a very different look.

Even as they set up, it was clearly a different kind of show

Clark the Cub got into it

Then Angus and the boys from Australia took over

The Cubs are out of town until Friday, so the field has a little time to recover. But after a concert of that magnitude, there may be a little power left over for the team’s first games back against St. Louis.

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