Queens’ Forest Hills Stadium is bringing back its 1923 program this season, allowing fans to see shows for just $19.23.
The 1923 program, which points to the year the stadium was first built, gives fans an option to attend the venue for an affordable price. Fans who join the 1923 Club can purchase up to two limited view tickets – where each ticket will cost $19.23 each at the stadium. Those who have previously purchased 1923 Club memberships can renew for the 2020-2021 season. Ticket options are available at foresthillsstadium.com/tickets.
Back in 1923, the venue was constructed on an open farmland and became one of the cathedrals of tennis, becoming the original home of the U.S. Open and Davis Cup. It went on to host The Beatles – who were helicoptered onto the grass courts for two consecutive sold-out shows in 1964 – as well as Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, Diana Ross, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and The Who.
This year, a handful of A-list stars are heading to Forest Hills, including The Lumineers in June on their III World Tour, followed by Bright Eyes with Japanese Breakfast. Pop superstar Halsey will take the stage with Blackbear and PVRIS for two sold-out gigs in July to support her third studio record, Mania.