Fenway Park Information and Schedule


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Fenway Park Concerts:
Fenway Park began hosting concerts in 2003 when the Bruce Springsteen took the stage.  Since those historic shows, Fenway has hosted the Rolling Stones, Jimmy Buffett, Neil Diamond, the Dave Matthews Band, Phish, and The Police.  Concerts at Fenway Park seem to be a tradition in the making, and TicketsFromTheWeb.com can get you there!
 

Parking at Fenway:
Parking at Fenway Park can be problematic!  Fenway itself has only a very small garage which is sold out in advance from VIPs, media, and suite holders.  There are several private lots within steps of Fenway Park, but be prepared to pay.  Low demand events (a relative term), will demand $30 and up, depending on the lot.  Higher demand games and concerts will demand breathtaking figures, often more than $100 for the biggest games.  Those familiar with Boston and the Kenmore Square area may be lucky enough to find street parking, but you shouldn't count on that unless you really know the area.  Fenway Park is located in a residential neighborhood, and most streets require a permit, you can expect to be ticketed or towed for violations.
If you are not willing to pay for parking, or walk several blocks, consider taking the T.

Taking "The T" to Fenway is the preferred transportation method of thousands of fans.  It is certainly the cheapest option, A few bucks will get you round trip transportation.  The Kenmore Square station will leave you about 200 yards from the park.  Getting in is usually pretty easy.  Getting out can require a bit more patience, as everybody is leaving at the same time.

Your goal is to get to the Kenmore Square station on the Green Line.  From all points north, you can take any Green Line train except for those bound for Arborway.  Click on the map to the left for a full size image to map your route, or contact the MBTA at 617-222-3200 or www.MBTA.com.

Fenway Park is America's oldest ballpark and home to the Boston Red Sox.  First opened in 1912, Fenway Park has been home to World Series games, All Star games, concerts, and 81 regular season games each year. 
You'll find plenty of restaurants and bars within steps of Fenway Park.  Boston Beer Works is a TicketsFromTheWeb.com favorite, they brew their own beer and have fantastic food.  You'll find them immediately across the street on Brookline Ave. 
You can also find plenty of hotels locally.  Try Hotwire to book your hotel at discount rates:
 

Fenway Park is located in the Kenmore Square area of Boston, MA.  For most, a drive down Storrow Dr., along the Charles River, will take you to the Kenmore Square exit and drop you a few short blocks from the stadium.  If you're not familiar though, be sure to map out your route ahead of time, the stadium is tucked in a residential neighborhood and it can be surprisingly easy to get turned around. Street Address:
Fenway Park
4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215
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Ticketing Policies:
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