Eddie Vedder's love of the Chicago Cubs has been well documented, and the Pearl Jam frontman will soon have another memento showing his Chicago love affair. Pearl Jam have started teasing what looks to be a concert film called Let's Play Two that was shot during the band's performances at Wrigley Field.

The group simply tweeted "Coming Soon" with a trailer for the film, and that trailer can be seen in full in the player provided above. "The first time you walk into Wrigley Field, it's like stepping into Oz," says Vedder in the promo, sporting his Chicago Cubs hat at one point before we see some of the action from the show.

There is a dedicated website for the Let's Play Two film, but at present all that is shown is the trailer and a place for fans to enter their email address for updates.

The footage likely comes from the band's 2016 appearances at the historic baseball park. The group played two epic performances in August of 2016, blending in covers from the likes of Cheap Trick, Ramones, Pink Floyd, Dead Boys, the Who, the Beatles, Victoria Williams, Hunters and Collectors, Neil Young and Bob Dylan amongst their stellar catalog of original songs. Friends Steve Gleason and Dennis Rodman also dropped in on the fun. But it remains to be seen what will make the final cut for the Let's Play Two film. Stay tuned for details as they become available.

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