Life is good today! Zac Brown Band is returning to Fenway Park this Friday, July 15th! Here is everything you need to know about the show, from set times to bag policies, to where you can find Country 102.5, we have you covered!

  • Where Can I Find Country 102.5?

    You can find the Country 102.5 in a few places the day of the show!

    We will be set up at both Loretta’s Last Call on Lansdowne street, and Dillon’s on Boylston Street before the show! Countr 102.5 will also be at the Fenway Post Show with Annie Brobst at the House Of Blues after the concert!

  • Pre-Show Party at Loretta's Last Call

    Come hang with Country 102.5 at Loretta’s Last call starting at 3:30pm, before one of the biggest acts in country music hits the stage at Boston’s favorite ballpark!

    Pre Party at Loretta's Last Call

    Learn more about our pre-show party at Loretta’s Last Call HERE.

  • Fenway Pre-Show Party at Dillon's

    Join Country 102.5 and Coors Light for cold beer on a Friday starting at 3:30pm at Dillon’s on Boylston Street Street.

    Pre Party at Dillon's 7/15

    Learn more about our Pre- Show party at Dillon’s HERE.

  • Fenway Post Show With Annie Brobst at the House Of Blues

    Join Country 102.5 for the Fenway Post Show With Annie Brobst at the House Of Blues! What better way to end your night after one of the biggest country shows of the summer, then with Annie and the Country 102.5 team!

    This party is 21+. Admission is free with a ticket to the ZBB show or $10. Tickets for the Fenway Post Show can be purchased at


    Fenway Post Show

    Learn more about our Fenway Post Show with Annie Brobst HERE.

  • What time does the show start?

    The show starts at 6:30pm.

  • What time do doors open?

    Gates open at 5:00pm.

  • Is there an opener?

    Cody Johnson and Robert Randolph Band will be opening for Zac Brown Band on Friday.

  • What are the set times?

    TBD! Check back as the show gets closer.

  • Where can I buy tickets?

    Get your tickets for Zac Brown Band at

  • I won tickets, How do I get them?

    Someone from the Country 102.5 promotions department will be in contact with all winners on how to claim their tickets.

    For more information visit

  • What is the parking situation?

    Parking is extremely limited around Fenway Park. The Red Sox strongly encourage all fans to take public transportation to the game. A limited amount of handicap parking is available on Jersey Street between Van Ness Street and Boylston Street, near Gate D.

    Fans can purchase pre-paid parking via ParkWhiz. Visit

    Getting to and parking at Fenway Park »

  • What is the best way to get to fenway park?

    The best way to get to Fenway Park is the train! The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) provides numerous convenient ways for Red Sox fans to get to Fenway Park using public transportation. The Red Sox strongly encourage all fans to take public transportation to the game.

    For more information about how to get to Fenway Park by train CLICK HERE!

    There are a few parking lots in the area, but they fill up quick!

  • What is the bag policy?

    Bags, Containers and Coolers

    Bags must be 5″x9″x2″ or smaller (the size of a small purse or clutch). Backpacks, drawstring bags, duffel bags, tote bags, oversized purses, and other similar style bags are NOT permitted. Exceptions will be made for diaper bags and bags containing essential medical equipment. All bags will be subject to search as referenced above. Please pay close attention to the prohibited items list below.

    Fans who arrive to an entry gate for a game with a non-permitted bag will have the option of storing their bag for a fee with a third-party locker company. This locker truck is located on top of the Lansdowne Garage across from Gate E.

    For more information view their website HERE.
    Hard-sided coolers and glass containers are not allowed.

  • What Items CANNOT Be Brought To Into The Venue The Day Of The Show?

    Below is a list of items that will not be permitted into Fenway Park. The Red Sox will not be responsible for storing any of the items on the following list. Any prohibited items left at the screening area shall be considered surrendered and will be discarded. Fans will not be able to retrieve any surrendered items. Fenway Park is a private facility and reserves the right to prohibit items any item not on the below list in the interest of public safety.

    • Bags larger than 5″x9″x2″ 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 masks
    • Clothing items determined offensive by Red Sox management
    • Signs and banners may be admitted as long as they do not; obstruct the sight lines of other fans, cover up existing signage, exhibit messages commercial in nature, contain obscene or offensive language, are not paraded around the park; affixed to any permanent structures, 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.


    To view Fenway Park’s security guidlines CLICK HERE!

  • How can I enter Fenway Park?


    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

    View a map of Fenway Park »

  • What Happens If It Rains?

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

    Weather information »

  • Can I Use Cash Inside The Venue?

    Fenway will no longer accepts cash inside the park. Concession stands throughout the ballpark will only accept credit cards or touchless payment with smartphones.

    Fans with cash can stop by the Gate E Concourse, Home Plate Concourse and the Kids Concourse to load their cash onto a Mastercard debit card using a Cash-2-Card exchange kiosk.

  • What type of concessions do they have?

    For a complete list of all concessions sold at Fenway Park, click below!

    Concessions Guide | Boston Red Sox

    Learn about where to find your favorite concessions at Fenway Park.

  • General Information Phone Numbers:

    General Information – 617-226-6000
    Ticket Office – 877-REDSOX-9