Stadium Showcase: Fenway Park

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About Fenway Park

Fenway Park is an iconic landmark located in the heart of Boston and the cornerstone of the city’s sports culture. Opening in 1912, the historic stadium has an impressive legacy and continues to attract a passionate fanbase. As the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball, the stadium has undergone significant renovations over the years, with its biggest transformation taking place in 1934. But through all its changes, Fenway Park has kept several distinctive features including "The Triangle," Pesky's Pole, and the legendary “Green Monster” in left field. Fenway Park is also a popular venue for events aside from baseball, including professional and college hockey games, concerts, and even the occasional skiing and snowboarding competition. An array of legendary artists have had concerts here over the years, including Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Buffett, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, and many more. And given its prime location in the Fenway-Kenmore area, attendees can enjoy Boston’s rich culture and vibrant nightlife before and after the event. So if your business has season tickets for the Boston Red Sox or you’re looking for a luxury suite experience for clients or employees, what should you expect? Let’s take a closer look at what Fenway Park has to offer corporate clients.  

Key Facts

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Home team: Boston Red Sox  Opened: April 20, 1912 Seating capacity: 37,755 Construction cost: US$650,000 ($19.7 million in 2023 dollars) Operator: Fenway Sports Group / Boston Red Sox Owner: Fenway Sports Group  

Fenway Park Suite Levels

Whether you're looking for a private suite experience or premium seating options, Fenway Park has something for everyone. The venue offers a range of luxury suites and premium seating options to elevate any corporate entertainment experience.


The Bullpen Terrace The Bullpen Terrace, located at The 521 Overlook in right-center field, offers unparalleled picturesque views of the field. This premium seating option offers both an outdoor terrace and the largest indoor space in the building. With a private buffet and dedicated bar, guests will have everything they need for a truly unforgettable game experience. The Jim Beam Dugout For those who want to get a bit closer to the action, there’s the Jim Beam Dugout. Situated right next to the players, this field-level private space is one of the most popular places to watch a game for its unmatched excitement. Up to 25 guests can witness the action up close and personal, with an included pregame tour of the stadium.  The Legends Suite Located behind home plate, the premier Legends Suite offers unmatched views of the entire ballpark. Accommodating 20 VIP guests, the suite package includes four front row Green Monster seats for an exclusive perspective. Guests can indulge in upscale catering with an exquisite in-suite menu provided by Aramark, tended to by a dedicated suite attendant. The suite includes two parking passes and a keepsake gift for each guest. Dell Technologies Suite Located on the Dell Technologies Level, these suites offer a clear view down the first base line and include a private seating perch, climate-controlled indoor space, private restroom, and dedicated server. Each suite can accommodate up to 22 guests, who can enjoy the game in comfort and style with this exceptional suite option. The Marvin Suite As one of Fenway Park's newest and largest suites, The Marvin Suite offers up to 35 guests an amazing experience of luxury and comfort. With a climate-controlled atmosphere, private bathroom, and ample seating, this suite takes the premium experience to another level. The suite also includes private catering, early access two hours before game time, and a dedicated suite attendant. Press Box Suite The Press Box Suite is located in Fenway Park's iconic press box. This is the perfect option for smaller groups of 8 to 10 VIP guests. With a dedicated Premium Sales host, climate-controlled environment, and in-suite catering, your group can enjoy the game in comfort while being close to the action and the broadcasters. Pavilion Suite The Pavilion Suites offer up to 25 guests guests phenomenal views of the playing field and the Boston skyline. Each suite has a glass viewing wall that can be raised to make the suite open air. Guests can enjoy comfortable seating, big-screen TVs in both indoor and outdoor areas, and a dedicated Pavilion Suite attendant. Lansdowne Pavilion The Lansdowne Pavilion suites offer sweeping views of the entire stadium. This premium experience includes a Red Sox host, VIP tour of the park, a stop on the field, and a pregame meal in the State Street Pavilion Club. Your guests can watch the game, socialize, and enjoy the stunning backdrop of the Boston skyline.  

Premium Experiences at Fenway Park

Backyard BBQ The Backyard BBQ Package at Fenway Park offers the ultimate private premium space for large groups. Located on the Right Field Terrace, up to 100 guests will enjoy stunning views of the on-field action and the iconic Green Monster. With a private bar and a menu filled with exclusive hand-picked items, this package provides a unique experience that isn’t found anywhere else in Fenway. Backyard BBQ guests can immerse themselves in the sights, sounds, and flavors of the ballpark while creating unforgettable memories. Center Field Batting Practice The Center Field Batting Practice Experience offers groups of 20 a chance to immerse themselves in the pregame action like never before. This unique experience allows guests to be up close and personal with the Red Sox during batting practice. With an exclusive section just inside the center field warning track, groups can catch Major League fly balls and create lifelong memories. To enhance the experience, each guest receives commemorative baseball gloves to keep as a memento.  

Historical Moments at Fenway Park

  • 1912: The Boston Red Sox play their first ever big league game at Fenway Park.
  • 1946: Ted Williams hits the longest home run ever at Fenway Park, marked by the famous red seat 502 feet away from home plate.
  • 1960: Ted Williams hits a home run during his last at-bat, marking his 521st career homer.
  • 1983: Carl Yastrzemski's victory lap and final career hit.
  • New Year’s Day 2010: Boston Bruins beat Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in overtime during the NHL Winter Classic.
  • 2008: Jon Lester pitches a no-hitter against the Kansas City Royals, two years after being diagnosed with lymphoma.
  • 2013: Boston Red Sox win the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals.
  • October 2021: Jerry Remy throws out the ceremonial first pitch during a ceremony in his honor shortly before his passing.

Upcoming Events at Fenway Park

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