Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam took to Chicago’s Wrigley Field for a concert on Saturday with the Cubs currently on a road trip.
It’s a rare summer concert for one of the most iconic baseball stadiums in America. Having one of the most iconic bands of the past quarter-century performing there made a whole lot of sense.
But in an interesting spin, Pearl Jam invited Pro Basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman up on stage for a set.
It went about as expected.
A native of New Jersey, Rodman took a liking to the Windy City after signing with the Bulls back in 1995. He earned three titles with the squad, making his mark in a big way. Rodman obviously has love for the city.
“You people here are the only people on this planet Earth (that) gave me support,” Rodman said, via TMZ Sports. “Thank all you guys.”
Rodman also mentioned his recent visit to North Korea while noting that he will be buried in Chicago after he dies.
No word yet on whether Jam rocked Dissident or Off He Goes with Rodman in attendance. Though, it would be fitting in more ways than one.