Boston Red Sox, Summer Concerts, Winter Sports - Schedules, Tickets, More
Fenway Park, located in Boston's Fenway neighborhood, is America's smallest major baseball league park and a Boston treasure.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic and distancing requirements, fans are currently now allowed into Fenway Park. The Red Sox will play their 2020 home games in Fenway starting July 24, but you currently will need to enjoy them via TV or radio. This may change later in the season. Similarly, concerts are currently not being held at Fenway, but may resume later in the season.
Fenway is where you can see the Boston Red Sox home games throughout baseball season, special winter sports events, and big summer concerts.
When Pearl Jam, U2, Paul McCartney, and James Taylor come to town, Fenway is where they perform.
With tickets easy to get and Fenway Park super-easy to reach by subway or on foot, plan to attend at least one exciting game, concert, or show during your Boston visit!
Groupon is the best source for Fenway Park discount and half-price tickets.
You can sometimes find tickets for concerts as well as other events.
Availability varies - but you're always smart to look.
Discount tickets typically become available 2-3 weeks before the event date. Groupon
Fenway Park Seating Maps
Fenway Park's official seating capacity is 35,692 for day games, and 36,108 for night games.
Seat arrangements vary based on the type of event. For example, here is the seat map for Boston Red Sox home games (note that seat prices vary by game and availability - prices may be higher or lower than those shown below):
Fenway Park Seat Capacity Trivia
The biggest crowd ever to pack the park was 47,627 back on September 22, 1935, when the Red Sox played a doubleheader against the New York Yankees, although crowds nearly that large were typical during the early 1930s.
The huge crowds came to an end after 492 people died less than a mile away in 1942 when a horrific fire swept through the overcrowded Cocoanut Grove nightclub. This tragedy led to the creation of more stringent fire codes in Boston and across the nation.