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He’s the reigning ACM Male Artist of the Year, his latest double/triple album One Thing at a Time has spent more weeks at number one than any country album in over 30 years, and the album also boasts the longest consecutive streak atop the Billboard 200 chart since the Titanic soundtrack way back in 1998. To say Morgan Wallen is kind of a big deal would be a massive understatement. The guy is so successful he even recently launched his own line of GOLF ware, adorning his brand all over golf shirts, club covers, and golf balls. And soon he’ll be setting up shop for a few days at Boston’s iconic Fenway Park.

Morgan will be at Fenway Park for three big ol’ shows – August 16th, 17th, and 18th – as part of the Nucar Fenway Concert Series. It’s Morgan Wallen’s One Thing at a Time World Tour, which kicked off on April 14th in Milwaukee, WI and will wrap up on May 18th at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. We get him for three nights of amazing music (hopefully under the stars *knock on wood, Mother Nature*) at Fenway Park – 4 Yawkey Way Boston, Massachusetts 02215.

In this article we’ll attempt to give you everything you need to know ahead of the shows so you can have a worry-free, super-fun night with Morgan Wallen. The only thing you need to think about is whether or not you’ll wear a modified flannel-turned-tank-top to the show or not. Oh come on, dooooo it.

So here we go, everything we ‘Thought You Should Know’ about country superstar Morgan Wallen coming to Boston’s Fenway Park August 16, 17, and 18!

By the way if you still want to try to wrangle up some last minute tickets, you can try here. Good luck!!

  • WHO'S OPENING??

    It changes slightly depending on which day you’re going:

    Wednesday, August 16th:
    Hardy, Ernest, Bailey Zimmerman

    Thursday, August 17th:
    Hardy, Ernest, Bailey Zimmerman

    Friday, August 18th:
    Parker McCollum, Ernest, Bailey Zimmerman

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know

  • WHAT WILL HE PLAY? (Best guess.)

    I found this list at playlist.fm – they look at artist setlists for the whole year and use that info to make a best guess for what you’ll see. Here’s roughly what you can expect at a Morgan Wallen show in 2023. They say it’ll most likely open with “Up, Down,” close with “The Way I Talk,” and include 3 encores: “Heartless,” “Last Night,” and “Whisky Glasses.”

    If you’d like their full guess CLICK HERE for it!

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know

  • WHEN IS EACT ARTIST PLAYING

    Be sure to come back to get all the set times for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  We will have them soon!

  • WHERE CAN I FIND COUNTRY 102.5

    You know that we LOVE a good pre-party!!   So, come out and join us at Lucky Strike Fenway before each of the Morgan Wallen shows.   We will be hosting the best pre-party in town from 3p til 6p at Lucky Strike Fenway on Lansdowne Street, just a few steps away from Fenway Park!   We will have your absolute last shot at tickets each night, plus live music and more!  So, grab  your friends and come party with us Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Lucky Strike Fenway!    Get all the party details HERE.

    faded out concert scene at Fenway Park with Country 102-5 logo and text that reads Morgan Wallen Pre Party

  • TICKETS

    All three shows SOLD OUT within minutes!   Country 102.5 has your chance to win tickets with our Morgan Wallen Ticket Blitz.  Get all the details on how to win HERE.

    Plus, we will have your last shot at tickets at our pre-parties happening at Lucky Strike Fenway before each show! Parties start at 3pm.  Come on by and say hi and enter to win!

    Don’t forget, tickets for all shows at Fenway Park are electronic.  Make sure you have the MLB Ballpark App on your phone to access your tickets.

    Instructions can be found HERE!

  • PARKING

    Fenway Park staff strongly encourage fans to take public transportation to the show.

    In order to reduce traffic both before and after the concert, it is recommended that you park in a lot or garage that corresponds to the route you take to Fenway. If you are driving in from the east of Fenway, it’s recommended to park to the east of Fenway.

    The fine for parking a vehicle in the Fenway/Kenmore Residential Parking District during Fenway Park Events, unless said vehicle displays in the rear window a valid and current sticker as issued by the Transportation Department for the Fenway/Kenmore Residential District, is one hundred dollars for each such violation.

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know

  • BAG POLICY

    Bags must be single-compartment, no larger than 12″ x 12″ x 6″. Backpacks, backpack-style purses, duffel bags, and other multi-compartment bags are NOT permitted. Exceptions will be made for diaper bags and bags containing essential medical equipment.

    All bags will be subject to search.

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know

  • NO CASH PAYMENTS

    Fenway Park is a cashless venue, they do not accept cash as a payment method. Event attendees will be able to pay by credit and debit cards, in addition to touch payments such as Apple Pay for all concessions, merchandise, etc. 

  • How Can I Enter Fenway Park?

    Entrances/Gates
    There are five entrances to Fenway Park:

    Gate A: Corner of Jersey Street and Brookline Avenue
    Gate B: Corner of Van Ness Street and Ipswich Street
    Gate C: Lansdowne Street
    Gate D: Corner of Jersey Street and Van Ness Street
    Gate E: Lansdowne Street near Brookline Avenue

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know

  • PROHIBITED ITEMS - don't bring these into Fenway!

    Bags larger than 12″x12″x6″ in size
    Firearms, including those held by lawfully licensed individuals or off-duty police officers of any law enforcement agency or jurisdiction. This restriction includes ammunition.
    Knives, box cutters, tool of any kind (including Leatherman), or any item that could be used as a weapon
    Marijuana (including medical marijuana)
    Pepper spray or mace
    Hard-sided coolers
    Cans, bottles, glass containers except one sealed 16oz plastic bottle of water
    Alcoholic beverages, illegal substances
    Noise-making devices
    Laser pointers or similar devices that may be used to disrupt play on the field
    Costumes and/or costume masks
    Clothing items determined offensive by Red Sox management
    Signs, banners and other items may be admitted as long as they do not: obstruct the sight lines of other fans, cover up existing signage, exhibit messages commercial or political in nature, create a disturbance or contain obscene or offensive language or interfere with other fans’ enjoyment of the game. Signs, banners and other items may not be paraded around the ballpark, affixed to any permanent structures, or hung over fascia boards or the Green Monster. Management reserves the right to remove any signs or banners at any time. Each banner and sign must comply with our Code of Conduct.
    Umbrellas are allowed inside Fenway Park but may only be used during official rain delays
    Professional audio/visual equipment including tri-pods and mono-pods are prohibited from Fenway Park. Consumer rated cameras and video cameras are permitted but cannot be used to reproduce the game and must not interfere with other fans’ enjoyment of the game.

  • WHAT IF THE WEATHER GETS NASTY?

    In the case of inclement weather, please check: www.redsox.com/weather, call 877-REDSOX-9 for any updates, or follow us directly on Twitter @RedSox for #FenwayWeather.

  • TO REPORT UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR

    In the event that individuals are interfering with your enjoyment of the concert, there are four ways for you to report abusive fan behavior to Security:

    Fans can directly contact the nearest uniformed Fenway employee. These staff members are specifically trained on how to respond to a report of such behavior.
    Fans may text the word SECURITY followed by a brief message to 23215. Message and data rates may apply.
    Fans may call the security hotline at (617) 226-6411.
    Fans may use the text to security feature in the MLB Ballpark app.

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know Fans can directly contact the nearest uniformed Red Sox employee. These staff members are specifically trained on how to respond to a report of such behavior. Fans may text the word SECURITY followed by a brief message to 23215. Message and data rates may apply. Fans may call the security hotline at (617) 226-6411. Fans may use the text to security feature in the MLB Ballpark app.

  • But let's just focus on the positive: HAVE THE BEST TIME EVER!

    …… with Morgan freaking Wallen!!!!

    Morgan Wallen Fenway Park what to know

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