Join the Boston Red Sox and Red Sox Foundation for our annual Picnic in the Park Event on Saturday, August 3!
There is no better place in the world for a picnic than on Fenway's famous outfield grass. Join us for a fun-filled day with live entertainment, activities for the entire family, and complimentary gift bags, and watch the Red Sox take on the Yankees on the jumbotron! Attendees will enjoy beverages and a delicious BBQ dinner courtesy of Aramark and will have a chance to meet and mingle with our Red Sox alumni, including our honorary chairman, Tim Wakefield.
The event will feature:
- Exclusive access to Boston Red Sox Legends in attendance
- A live broadcast of the Red Sox vs. Yankees game from the Fenway Park jumbotron
- A live auction including autographed memorabilia, exclusive Fenway Park experiences, and priceless opportunities to spend one-on-one time with all of your favorite 2019 Red Sox players and coaches
- Live entertainment from the World Premier Band
- A BBQ picnic and complimentary beverages on Fenway's famous outfield, courtesy of Aramark
- An event gift bag and picnic blanket
ADULT ADMISSION (18+): $150
CHILD ADMISSION (3-17): $75
Additional Picnic in the Park information:
- Children under 3 years old are admitted free with a ticketed adult.
- All Picnic tickets must be purchased in advance. We are unable to accept C.O.D. payment. Due to the need to protect Fenway famous playing field, only a limited number of tickets to Picnic in the Park will be sold.
- As this is a charitable event, a portion of your Picnic Ticket is tax deductible as provided by Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c) (3).
- Pets are not allowed at the Picnic with the exception of registered service dogs.
- No refunds, substitutions or exchanges.
About the Red Sox Foundation:
The official team charity of the Boston Red Sox, the Red Sox Foundation has donated to over 1,680 organizations since its creation in 2002, and focused on making a difference in the lives of children, families, Veterans, and communities in need by improving their health, education, and recreational opportunities. Through partnerships with best-in-class organizations in healthcare, the Red Sox have helped raised over $135 million for cancer treatment and research for The Jimmy Fund, supported more than 15,000 Veterans and their families suffering from the "invisible wounds of war" with the Home Base Program, and helped the Dimock Center serve over 17,000 patients annually with health and human services. The Foundation's self-run education and youth baseball programs have helped 274 Boston Public Schools students with college scholarships, and promotes healthy choices and valuable life skills to more than 700 urban youth annually through its RBI baseball and softball program.