In 2014, Billy Joel has included Boston on his slate of summer stadium tour dates, and the New York native is scheduled to take over historic Fenway Park on June 26 for an evening of beloved classics and deep cuts. Don't miss the opportunity to see one of music's most popular piano players bring songs like "Uptown Girl" and "Piano Man" to life inside the home of the reigning World Series champions.
Fenway Park Seating Information
During the Billy Joel concert, all levels of Fenway Park will be open to provide seating. This includes the field level, which will host 21 different sections, starting with A1-A7 nearest to the stage and ending with C1-C7 closer to the infield. Grandstand Sections 32 and 33 will remain in use as family sections during the concert on June 26, meaning no alcohol can be consumed by patrons in those two areas.
The bleachers and any other sections located behind the stage will be closed during the show, but there may be some elevated sections that offer limited side views of the performance on June 26.
Fenway Park General Information
Large bags and purses, glass containers, cans, hard-sided coolers, noisemaking devices, and sign or flag poles will not be allowed into the stadium for the Billy Joel show. Attendees will not be able to reenter Fenway Park after leaving, and smoking is prohibited. Cameras can be used without flash, but no audio or video recording is permitted. Only foldable strollers that can fit under a Fenway Park seat will be permitted inside the stadium.
Fenway Park Parking Information
Parking in downtown Boston is very limited, but there are a handful of lots and garages in the area. Prices will vary between different parking structures, and spaces are normally only available on a first-come, first-served basis. Fenway Park is also accessible via Boston's public transportation services, which includes bus, commuter rail, and subway lines.
Fenway Park Gate Times
Usually, Fenway Park gates open 90 minutes before an event begins, but for special events like this Billy Joel concert, times are subject to change.
Fenway Park Accessibility
All Fenway Park entrances are fully accessible, and numerous seating options are available on all levels, which are all accessible via elevator. There are also escalators on site, and wheelchair transportation is usually available from the guest services booth at Gate D. The stadium is also equipped with assisted listening devices that may be available to rent on June 26.