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Learn About Fenway Park Events and Tickets

The schedule above shows you that Fenway Park hosts many events throughout the year. Fenway is - of course - most known as the home of the Boston Red Sox, but the venue is also a big-time tour stop for big bands wanting to play an outdoor venue. In 2023 alone, Fenway Park will host concerts by the likes of Guns N' Roses, the Gorillaz, & Fall Out Boy.

Fenway Park History

Fenway Park is steeped in history. It is the oldest active ballpark in MLB, and it was originally built back in 1912. It has seen major renovations since then, first in 1934 and then again at the beginning of the 21st century. Along with Wrigley Field and Yankee Stadium, Fenway is THE park to catch a Major League Baseball game.

Its age and history mean that Fenway is the quirkiest park in the league. The iconic Green Monster sits in left field, 310 feet from the plate and standing over 37 feet tall. It is the tallest outfield in MLB, and its height has seen many potential line-drive home runs turned into doubles over the years.

Watching a game at Fenway evokes memories of Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, and Carlton Fisk. Modern baseball fans look at the park and see David Ortiz, Pedro Martinez, and the other Red Sox that finally broke the 'Curse of the Bambino' as they won the 2004 World Series. This park oozes history and is one any sports fan needs to watch a game at during their lives.

More than just a baseball stadium, Fenway Park has hosted soccer matches, football games, boxing fights, and countless concerts through the years. The Boston College Eagles have played almost 80 footballs at the park, while the first-ever concert at the venue was in 1973 for dual headliners Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles. The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Aerosmith, and The Who have all since played Fenway.

Fenway Park Fact Check

  • Opened - 1912
  • Capacity - 37,305
  • Major Tenants - Boston Red Sox
  • Weird Fact - Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21, is a solitary red seat at Fenway Park amongst a sea of green. It is the spot where Ted Williams hit his 502-foot home run in 1946, still the longest homer in the history of the stadium.

Fenway Park Info

How much do Fenway Park tickets cost?

Tickets for Worcester Palladium events vary wildly based on events. One thing to note with Fenway is that it is the fifth smallest ballpark in MLB, and its ability to be expanded is severely limited by its site in the dense Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood of Boston. This means that tickets that would already be expensive to watch a game in such an iconic venue become even more expensive due to increased scarcity.

A scan of Immortal Seats shows that baseball tickets for select games dip as low as $30 for midweek games against teams like the Miami Marlins and Kansas City Royals. Games against the New York Yankees are going to be north of $100 for the cheapest seats, as are concerts to see the likes of Guns N' Roses and the Gorillaz.

Where can I buy Fenway Park Tickets?

The best place to buy Fenway Park tickets - with no fees or added costs - is with Immortal Seats through our website or mobile app.

Is it possible to buy cheap Fenway Park tickets?

It all depends on the event. Immortal Seats sells no-fee tickets to events at Fenway Park. The cheapest tickets you will find are to midweek baseball games against teams - usually National League teams - with which the Red Sox have no history. Look to buy these tickets late for the best chance of a good deal.

Fenway Park FAQs?

  • City: Boston, MA
  • Address: 4 Jersey St., Boston, MA 02215
  • Phone Number: 877.733.7699
  • Gates Open: Varies based on the event. The gates open 90 minutes before the first pitch for Red Sox games.
  • Bag Policy: Bags must be single compartment and  12"x12"x6" or smaller and are subject to search. Backpacks, camelbacks, and coolers are among the bags not allowed. Clear bags are encouraged to spread up security.
  • Food Policy: Outside food and drinks are not permitted.
  • Animal Policy: Service animals are the only animals allowed.
  • Accessible Services: Wheelchair and companion access is available, and elevators at all gates allow access to all stadium levels.

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  4. If an event is canceled, you will receive a 100% refund.

Fenway Park Parking

Parking is extremely limited around Fenway Park as the stadium is in the heart of Boston. Fans are highly encouraged to use public transport - like the MBTA Subway line - as they journey to the stadium. If you have to drive in and park, expect to pay for the privilege and check out the MLB/Boston Red Sox site for more information.

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