The Cubs Bring Home the NLDS Games to Wrigley Field!

The Chicago Cubs will be playing the St. Louis Cardinals at home for NLDS Games 3 and 4. As the first postseason home game since 2008, the entire city will be watching the game, with a huge number of fans attending the game at the historic Wrigley Field! Check out some of our best parking tips for gameday. 

Plan Ahead of Time

Both games will be during the mid to late afternoon. The first game on Monday will begin at 5:07 while the Tuesday game will begine at 3:37. Wrigley will be open 2 hours before opening pitch. However, due to the congestion expected, we recommend arriving early and traveling light! Quick tip - leave your large bags at home to expedite your entry to the stadium. 

Street Parking Closures

Streets around Wrigley Field will be closed for street parking on Monday and Tuesday. The following streets will be closed for parking: 

  • Clark from Belmont to Irving Park Road
  • Sheffield from Beltmont to Irving Park
  • Addison from Halsted to Southport
  • Racine from Grace to Belmont
  • Cornelia Avenue from Halsted to Sheffield
  • Wilton Avenue from Cornelia to Addison

Overall, street parking is not recommmended as towing will be strictly forced and free spots will be extremely hard to come by. Many of the garages and lots are sure to be sold out as well. We highly recommend reserving your guaranteed Wrigley Field parking online


With the series tied at 1-1, games 3 and 4 wil be played in Chicago. If the next two games are split, the Cubs will travel back to St. Louis for a final game to see who will advance. 

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