Fenway Park, home of the 2004 and 2007 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, is Major League Baseball’s oldest stadium. It was built in 1912, and along with Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, Fenway Park is one of the most famous stadiums in all of professional sports.

Even for jaded New York Yankee fans, the archrivals of the Red Sox, seeing a ball game at Fenway Park is a pleasure. While some of its roughly 37,000 seats have obstructed views, the ballpark’s historic nature and unique “Green Monster” wall in leftfield make seeing games a treat.

Since 2004, the stadium has begun hosting summer concerts by popular recording artists, such as The Police, Dave Matthews Band, Rolling Stones and Jimmy Buffett, and on January 1, 2010, it will host the National Hockey League’s “Winter Classic” game between the Boston Bruins and an as-yet undecided opponent.

Bruce Springsteen, Dropkick Murphys Announce Empty Fenway Park Gig
The Celtic-rock icons of Dropkick Murphys and The Boss Bruce Springsteen will headline a special concert at the famed Fenway Park this summer — without fans. The show will take place at the 38,000-seat stadium and will mark the first music performance without an in-person audience at a major... Read more
David Ortiz Gifts Boston Healthcare Workers Red Sox Season Tickets
The Red Sox might not be playing this season at Fenway Park, but a group of heroic Boston locals will be able to catch the team in action every year going forward. Former Red Sox star David Ortiz joined actor and Boston native John Krasinski in gifting lifetime Red... Read more
Aerosmith To Honor 50th Anniversary With Gig At Fenway Park
The rockers of Aerosmith will pay homage to their hometown with a concert at the legendary Fenway Park this September amid their 50th anniversary. Amid their residency shows, the band will be able to have a proper anniversary concert with a special one-off show in Boston on Friday, September... Read more
James Taylor To Play Fenway Park In Summer 2020
The Grammy Award-winning rock singer-songwriter James Taylor will head to Fenway Park once again next summer for a special headlining set with his all star band. The concert, set to take place on June 21, 2020, will also feature guest artists Brandi Carlile and Shawn Colvin. Taylor has played... Read more
TicketNews 2017 In Review: Top Selling Venues
As 2017 comes to a close, we’re taking a look at venues that reigned supreme over the past year when it came to ticket sales. New York City institutions made up a quarter of the overall list, including the No. 1 spot, which unsurprisingly belongs to the World’s Most... Read more
Cajundome Debuts at No. 1 in TicketNetwork Venue Rankings
by Tammy Whaley Fan excitement for upcoming events including Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood on June 23, WWE Raw on June 12, and Janet Jackson’s stop in September helped the Cajundome take the top spot in this week’s update of top venue rankings across the TicketNetwork Exchange™. The 13,500-seat multi-purpose... Read more
New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys have once again revised their summer tour plans. With the addition of five new concert dates, the NKOTBSB Tour will now open earlier and run longer than previously announced. The original tour-opener — a June 2 concert at Mohegan Sun... Read more
Fenway Park claimed the spot of number one venue for the week ending Sunday, April 11, according TicketNews’ exclusive venues rankings. The Park offers fans some of the costliest tickets this season, but it still packs them in as its Boston Red Sox retain the top spot of TicketNews’... Read more
Steven Tyler made a special appearance at Fenway Park to perform “God Bless America” for the seventh-inning stretch on Major League Baseball’s opening night (April 4). But the rock star vocalist, joined by his fellow Bad Boys of Boston, will return to the famed ballpark before the end of... Read more
Fenway Park takes the number one spot for the fourth week in a row, according to TicketNews’s exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, July 12. This sustained lead is fueled by two sources. First, Fenway’s own Boston Red Sox had ticket sales strong enough to boost the... Read more