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Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump, a Glenview native, smiles as he takes in the audience Saturday, Sept. 8, during the band’s MANIA Tour stop at Wrigley Field in Chicago. Photos by Heather Warthen/22nd Century Media
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz, a native of Wilmette, smiles as he crosses the stage.
Patrick Stump (left) and Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy play during the band’s concert at Wrigley Field.
Heather Warthen, Chief Events Officer
12:40 am CDT September 19, 2018

With a bit of wide-eyed wonder, Fall Out Boy took to the largest headlining stage in the band’s nearly 20 year history ­­­— playing Wrigley Field.

North Shore natives Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman and Pete Wentz, along with Wisconsin native Andy Hurley, took their place on center stage in centerfield Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Friendly Confines. 

Wentz, a NSCDS grad, reminded the audience that it is possible for dreams like playing at Wrigley Field do come true.