Fans can see Chicago Cubs' World Series trophy in South Bend tonight

Four Winds Field is getting ready to display the Chicago Cubs World Series Trophy tonight // WSBT 22 Photo

The Chicago Cubs World Series trophy will return to Four Winds Field tonight!

The iconic Commissioner's Trophy will be on display inside the 1st Source Bank Performance Center between 6 p.m. - 8 p.m for fans who have purchased a ticket to the South Bend Cubs game.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. for the game against the Dayton Dragons. Fans can enter the stadium through any gate, then they will be directed toward a line near the Performance Center.

If you want to catch a glimpse of the trophy, South Bend Cubs President Joe Hart says you should arrive early.

"We cannot thank the Chicago Cubs organization enough for bringing the World Series Trophy back to South Bend to share with our fans," says Hart. "In order to allow the maximum number of fans to view the trophy, we have put together a list of guidelines that will help get as many people through the line as time permits. I want to thank our fans in advance for their understanding."

Due to its limited availability, not every fan who purchases a ticket will be able to get their picture taken with the trophy.

A professional photographer will be on hand to take pictures. These free photographs will be available to download within seven days after the event. Only one photo per group will be allowed.

No cellphone or personal cameras will be used to take their picture. Fans at the front of the line can use their cameras to take pictures of the trophy before their turn in line.

Even if the game is cancelled due to weather, fans can still see the trophy rain or shine.

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