2020 Cubs Convention Passes on Sale November 1, New Experiences Announced

I’m going to be honest with you, folks, I’m feeling a little burned out these days. My hope is that it’ll all snap back into place here in the near future, but sometimes you just have to know when discretion is the better part of valor. As such, I’m opting to simply cut and paste the press release about Cubs Convention passes below rather than write something original.

All things considered, many of you will probably have fewer objections to that strategy. The one thing I’ll add is that my favorite parts of the weekend are the social media/blogger/podcaster gathering at Lizzle McNeill’s on Friday night and the Unconventional gathering at Gman Saturday night. More to come on those as the time draws nigh.

The 35th Annual Cubs Convention will go on sale to the general public Friday, November 1, at noon CDT. Fans have the opportunity to purchase all-access weekend passes, hotel packages and new experience passes.

As the preferred payment of the Chicago Cubs, fans using a Mastercard can participate in the Mastercard Presale starting at 10 a.m. CDT in advance of the general on-sale. A limited number of all-access weekend passes and Saturday and Sunday experience passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis for purchase through the Mastercard Presale.


The 2020 Cubs Convention all-access passes will feature three days of players, coaches and alumni autograph opportunities, engaging panel sessions, traditional fan-favorite activities and much more. Each all-access weekend pass is $125 plus convenience fees and includes three-day access to all activities and experiences offered at the Sheraton Grand Chicago and Loews Chicago Hotel, pending availability. There is a limit of four all-access weekend passes per household. Passes will be available for purchase by visiting www.cubs.com/convention or calling 800-THE-CUBS.


Fans can secure one- and two-night stay hotel packages at the Sheraton Grand Chicago with up to four 2020 Cubs Convention all-access weekend passes, pending availability. To purchase hotel packages, visit www.cubs.com/convention.


On Saturday, January 18, at the Loews Chicago Hotel the Cubs will host a live audience for the tapings of several new videos for the Cubs YouTube channel, including a special edition of “Bae vs. Ballplayer.” In addition to being a part of the live audience, attendees will be able to enjoy interactive experiences and more at the Loews Chicago Hotel. Passes are available for $40 and include access to the Wright and Sullivan Ballrooms at the Loews Chicago Hotel. There is a limit of six Saturday Loews Experience passes per household. Passes will be available for purchase by visiting www.cubs.com/convention or calling 800-THE-CUBS.


On Sunday, January 19, the whole family is invited for family-friendly fun at the Sheraton Grand Chicago. From face painting and inflatables to games and activities with Clark the Cub, the Sunday Family Experience offers exciting festivities the whole family will enjoy. Individual passes start at $25 and include access to activities and experiences available in the Sheraton Grand Chicago ballroom located on the fourth level. There is a limit of six Sunday Family Experience passes per household. Visit www.cubs.com/convention or call 800-THE-CUBS for more information including bundle packaging pricing for Sunday Family Experience passes.

A portion of the proceeds from the 2020 Cubs Convention benefits the Cubs Charities’ Diamond Project which aims to expand baseball and softball opportunities for all Chicago children and youth by engaging kids with skilled coaches, and quality programming and providing safe and accessible places to play the game. To date, Cubs Convention has raised more than $4.5 million for Cubs Charities.

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