There’s More to Fenway Park Than Baseball

fenway park events Zac Brown Band “Down The Rabbit Hole” Tour. Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Zac Brown Band

When it comes to visiting an iconic baseball park, the only real way to do it is by watching a baseball game. Except, that statement isn’t true at all! Though designed with baseball in mind, baseball stadiums serve as excellent venues for an array of other events throughout the year. Whether or not you enjoy baseball does not have to be related to whether or not you visit a ballpark.

Ways to Enjoy Fenway Park Without Watching a Baseball Game

The argument could be made, and we make it often, that the most iconic park of all is Fenway Park. Being one of America’s oldest baseball parks, Fenway has a rich history and an invested fan base. Visiting the park is an unforgettable experience that leaves one feeling more connected to the culture of Boston, and the U.S. in general.

As you plan your next trip to Boston, we highly recommend you take a glance at what events are happening at Fenway Park during your stay. Some of this year’s options include:

Phish

July 5 & 6

Zac Brown Band

August 31 & September 1st

The Who

September 13

Billy Joel

September 14

It is truly a magnificent experience to listen to music surrounded by thousands of other people all swaying and signing within Fenway Park. The energy within the park during a baseball game is incredible, but there’s something even more profound that occurs during a concert.

In case the timing doesn’t work to see a baseball game or attend a concert, you can also take a tour of Fenway Park nearly anytime!

As you plan your trip, consider staying with us here at Copley Square Hotel, right in the heart of classic Boston! We are within easy public transit of Fenway Park, and have a team of Boston experts that will assist you with further suggestions and logistics if you so desire!

 

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