Opened prior to the 2009 season, Citi Field is the new home of Major League Baseball’s New York Mets. Replacing the old Shea Stadium, Citi Field will go a long way to helping fans forget their former stadium which was known by many as the worst in baseball. With seating capacity of more than 42,000, the new ballpark offers some great new features for fans.

When they enter the park they will experience the new Jackie Robinson Rotunda which pays tribute to the man who broke baseball’s color barrier. Ticket holders also get have fun just outside center field at the 2K Sports FanFest area where people can play wiffleball, hit in a batting cage and much more. In 2013, Major League Baseball will put the new stadium on display when it plays host to the 2013 MLB All-Star Game and festivities.

Mets to Expand Facial Recognition System to All Entry Gates in 2022
The New York Mets are expanding their use of facial recognition technology for those entering their ballpark in 2022. After piloting the Wicket “facial authentication” platform on a limited basis, the team is expanding its use to all entry gates at Citi Field for the coming season. The announcement... Read more
Foo Fighters Announce 2022 North American Tour Dates; Tickets on Sale
The Foo Fighters announced tour dates for 2022, plotting summer dates across North America. Foo Fighters Live in North America 2022 tickets are on sale to the general public Friday, December 3, with a presale beginning at noon on Tuesday – shortly after the tour’s official announcement. The run... Read more
Billie Eilish, A$AP Rocky, Post Malone to Headline Governors Ball
Billie Eilish, A$AP Rocky, J Balvin and Post Malone will headline The Governors Ball in September at Citi Field, anchoring a field of over 60 performers expected to play the event. The 3-day festival will mark the 10th anniversary of the event, and is open to all ages. Those... Read more
Citi Field to host Ecuador-Chile
Citi Field, the home of the New York Mets, will be hosting a friendly soccer match on August 15 between the international teams from Ecuador and Chile. Soccer, the world’s most popular sport, has been consistently drawing large crowds with these International Friendly matches in the United States. The... Read more
By Kelly McWilliams Citi Field blasted through the competition once again to hold on to its number one perch in TicketNews’s exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, June 21. With an impressive power score of 5.07, the Flushing, NY stadium is enjoying strong ticket sales for Paul... Read more
In the wake of last week’s news that Paul McCartney will play the first shows ever at the new Citi Field in Flushing, NY, the venue shot to number one in TicketNews’s exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, June 14. McCartney, who also hit at number one... Read more
With Paul McCartney playing Citi Field in Queens, NY, on July 17-18 with a hold for June 21 if needed, there is speculation that he will also perform elsewhere. Nowhere else is it as rampant as in Boston, MA, where the media has penciled him for August 5-6, but... Read more
As first reported by TicketNews on May 26, legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Paul McCartney will perform the first concerts at New York’s Citi Field, home of the Mets, on July 17 and 18, with the potential for a third show on July 21. Tickets go on... Read more
TicketNews has learned through various reliable touring industry executives that Paul McCartney will be the first artist to perform at Citi Field in Flushing, NY. The three shows are currently scheduled for July 17-18, and the concerts, more than 40 years after McCartney’s iconic performance at Flushing’s Shea Stadium... Read more
By Tim Fraser The New York Mets and the New York Yankees seem to constantly battle for the back page of the New York newspapers. As the Yankees build themselves a new stadium, the Mets, not to be outdone, are also in the process on constructing a $600 million... Read more