How To Find Cheapest Tickets for 2020 Fenway Park Concert Series

In the 17 years since Fenway Park first began hosting concerts, the home of the Boston Red Sox has welcomed a variety of big-name acts as part of the Fenway Concert Series.

Below is a complete list of artists set to play Fenway Park in the Summer of 2020 so far as well as details on the best places to sit for a concerts at Fenway. For a complete list of Fenway Park events, including the Redsox, visit our Fenway Park page.

Where Are The Best Seats at Fenway Park For Concerts

Fenway seats 37,731 for concerts.

Floor seats, also known as Turf seats (darker orange color), have three sections, starting with sections A closest to the stage and moving to section C farthest from the stage.  Prices for the floor seats are always the most expensive with section A often going for double the price of section C.

Field Box Level (lighter orange color) concert seating is the closest stadium-style seating for shows at Fenway. If you prefer to be close to the stage but still want a slightly elevated view of the show, this is the best option.

Fenway Park’s Grandstand Level (darker purple color) has the most tickets for a concert at Fenway Park. Most Grandstand seats are covered by an overhang--which can be great for show where there's a possibility of rain.

Pavilion and Roof Box Levels (lighter purple color) still give music fans a great live experience. Seats in the Pavilion and Roof Box Level are usually amogst the most affordable options and provide a bird’s-eye view of the show and a good perspective on the crowd. You even get to see the Boston skyline from some of these seats.

Visit our Fenway Park Seating Chart Post for more detail.

Sunday, June 21st, 2020: James Taylor With Brandi Carlile, and Shawn Colvin 

Taylor has a long history at Fenway Park with his most recent performances the singing the national anthem before Game 1 of the 2018 World Series. In August 2017, he plated a concert with Bonnie Raitt.

The cheapest ticket on the secondary market is $143, with floor or Turf seats starting at $350. Face value tickets on Tickets.com are sold out which means that the secondary market is the only options for getting tickets.

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020 Maroon 5, Leon Bridges, and Meghan Trainor

Maroon 5 will play Fenway Park along with Leon Bridges and Nantucket native Meghan Trainor. The band’s most recent concert in Boston was an Oct. 7, 2018, set at TD Garden, while Bridges visited the city for an Oct. 4, 2018, concert at Agganis Arena, and Trainor last played a hometown show at the KISS 108 Jingle Ball on Dec. 4, 2018. The cheapest ticket on the secondary market is $143, with floor or Turf seats starting at $350. Face value tickets on Tickets.com are sold out which means that the secondary market is the only options for getting tickets.

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Wednesday, July 21st: Guns N' Roses

Guns and Roses will play Fenway Park as part of their continued world tour, which kicked off in 2017 and is going strong into 2020. The ’80s rock group known for hits like “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Paradise City,” “Sweet Child o’ Mine,” and “November Rain” to their first-ever performance at Fenway Park. The cheapest ticket on the secondary market is $230.

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Friday and Saturday, August 7th and 8th: Dead and Company

Tuesday and Wednesday, August 25th and 26th: Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett 

This all-star 80’s lineup comes to Fenway for two nights (and day) with the the show starting at 4pm. While Motley Crue is coming out of a five-year retirement for the shows, Def Leppard most recently played at the ballpark with Cheap Trick and Journey back in June 2018. Face value tickets on Tickets.com are sold out which means that the secondary market is the only options for getting tickets. The cheapest ticket for Tuesday's show starts at $139 with Wednesday's show starting at $186, with floor or Turf seats starting at $255 for Tuesday's show and $322 for Wednesday night.

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August 27th, 2020: Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer: Hella Mega Tour

All three artists have announced upcoming albums that will drop prior to the tour, which mans the summer show will be a mix of old classics and new songs. Face value tickets on Tickets.com are sold out which means that the secondary market is the only options for getting tickets. The cheapest ticket for the show starts at $139, with floor or Turf seats starting at $255 for Tuesday's show and $322 for Wednesday night.

August 28th, 2020: Bill Joel

With six concerts, a World Series ring, and a first-ever induction into the Fenway Park Music Hall of Fame, Billy Joel returns to the home of the Red Sox on Aug. 28, 2020 for a record-breaking seventh consecutive summer. Face value tickets on Tickets.com are mostly sold out which means that the secondary market is the best option for getting tickets. The cheapest ticket for the show starts at $181, with floor or Turf seats starting around $400,

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