Forest Hills Stadium first opened in 1923 and has since hosted some of the most legendary concerts, including the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Billie Jean King before closing down in 1978. Now, the venue is back in action and is set to host Phil Lesh on 9/21/14 in the heart of Queens.
Forest Hills Stadium Seating Information
Forest Hills Stadium is situated around a tennis court in horseshoe shape with seating for over 16,000 people. Due to its bench seating, many of the events at the venue are general admission unless noted otherwise.
Forest Hills Stadium General Information
Located just minutes from Manhattan, the West Side Tennis Club and Forest Hills Stadium has been providing members and fans with a green oasis outside of the city for decades. When visiting Forest Hills Stadium for a concert, do not bring any hazardous items that could be dangerous to others, as all guests are subject to search upon entering the grounds.
Forest Hills Stadium Parking Information
Parking is located in the lot adjacent to the clubhouse, or there is rear parking available by the stadium. For those interested in taking public transportation, the venue is located off E, F, M, and R subway lines, as well as the Long Island Railroad.
Forest Hills Stadium Gate Times
Gate times vary depending on the concert, so please refer to your ticket or the venue's website prior to heading to the event.
Forest Hills Stadium Accessibility
The Forest Hills Stadium is accessible for those in need of ADA accommodations. Parking is available in lots close to the venue, and accessible seating can be found in certain areas of Forest Hills Stadium. Please contact the venue prior to attending Phil Lesh in order to ensure that all of your needs will be met.