Fenway Park Ticket Information - Boston Red Sox
Consult this page for more information on Red Sox vs. Rays tickets for the contest at Fenway Park on September 24, 2014.
Fenway Park Seating Guide
Stretching from centerfield to right field, you can choose between two types of bleacher tickets for every Red Sox game this season. Bleacher and Upper Bleacher seats will be marked either Bleacher or "BL".
Field Box seats include boxes 9-16 and 71-82 and stretch around the infield to include odd numbered sections from Section 17 to Section 69. Even numbered sections in the area are 60, 44, and 30.
Other Field Box tickets include sections 1-8, 87-95 and 97. These seats begin just past first base and wrap around the right field pole.
All standing room only seats for Fenway are available for Roof Deck, Green Monster SRO, the Pavilion SRO or General SRO. The seating chart outlines each section of the ballpark, along with notes indicating whether the Red Sox vs. Rays tickets are standing room only.
Fenway Park Club Seats
A fine dining experience, three full-service bars and an outdoor area with padded seats await those with EMC Club tickets for Fenway. Patrons are encouraged to wear casual business attire.
The State Street Pavillion Club wraps around the infield from behind home plate and includes an upscale restaurant which stays open from two hours before the first pitch until one hour after the final out.
Dugout Suite tickets provide the ultimate VIP experience at Fenway. Patrons not only get to enjoy one of the closest sections to the field, but also the Absolut Clubhouse and in-seat food and beverage service.
Fenway Park Handicap Access
All Red Sox handicap tickets for the Red Sox-Rays game at Fenway Park will be specified in the listing notes. Gate D has additional elevators for all levels. Handicap parking is available on Lansdowne Street.