On Aug. 30, for the first time ever, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will take the stage at Fenway Park in Boston for what is sure to be an incredible live concert event. Set to tour North America in support of their 13th studio album, "Hypnotic Eye," Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will visit the historic venue roughly one month into the trek, which also will feature the accompaniment of special guest, Steve Winwood.
Fenway Park Seating Information
The stage for the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Fenway Park concert will be stationed in center field partially in front of the bleachers and Green Monster. In front of it will be 20 sections of Field seating available for fans interested in some of the closest views of the band. The first set of seating is A1-A7, followed by B1-B7, and lastly C1-C7. Fans also can find seats in most other areas of the venue including the Grandstand Infield and Outfield, Field Box, Loge Box, Pavilion Box, and suites. Note that some sections may have limited or obstructed views, but any restrictions should be noted within the respective listing.
Fenway Park General Information
Most items typically prohibited at Fenway Park for Red Sox games also will be in effect for the Tom Petty concert. This will likely include large bags and backpacks, hard-sided coolers, noisemakers, and outside food and drink (except sealed water bottles). Smoking is prohibited throughout the stadium and re-entry is not permitted.
Fenway Park Parking Information
Fans are strongly encouraged to use public transportation on Aug. 30 as roads become easily congested with traffic. Fenway Park is easily accessible via the Green Line train on the MBTA subway. Fans should exit the train at the Kenmore stop; the venue is only a short distance further. For those who do choose to drive, nearby parking lots may be available on a first-come, first-served basis for a fee.
Fenway Park Gate Times
Fenway Park gates will likely open two hours before the start of the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers concert. Contact the venue directly in advance of the performance for more information.