Red Sox vs Yankees Opening Day, NHL Winter Classic or Aerosmith…

Posted: April 8, 2010 in Aerosmith, Baseball, Boston, Boston Red Sox, Concerts, Music, Sports
What is the Biggest Fenway Park Event of the year?This year, Fenway Park has some very big events (sports and non-sports).  What do you think is the biggest event for Fenway Park in 2010?

January 1, 2010 – NHL Winter Classic.  The NHL Winter Classic was played at Fenway Park on an ice rink in the middle of the baseball field.  The Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers in front of more than 33,000 fans with a score of 2 to 1 in overtime.  The Bruins came back from a 1-0 deficit.

April 4, 2010 – Red Sox vs Yankees Opening Day – The Boston Red Sox opened the MLB season against the New York Yankees.  Pedro Martinez threw out the first pitch, Steven Tyler sang God Bless America and Neil Diamond sang Sweet Caroline.  The Red Sox rallied from a 5-1 deficit to beat the Yankees. Red Sox vs. Yankees Tickets

August 13 and 14, 2010 – Aerosmith Will Rock Fenway – In the middle of August, Boston Rock legends, Aerosmith, will perform 2 live concerts from Fenway Park in Boston.  Opening act for both concerts is another classic Boston Rock Band, the J Geils Band. Aerosmith Fenway Park Tickets

Not to mention that there were 2 NCAA Hockey games played at Fenway Park… Boston College vs Boston University (Men’s Hockey) and University of New Hampshire vs Northeastern (Women’s Hockey).

So there you have it… 3 major events at Fenway Park and there is still the full Red Sox season and playoffs that have yet to come.  What’s your pick for Fenway’s biggest event?

Certainly, 2010 is going to be a historic year for Boston’s Fenway Park regardless of what happens with the Red Sox.  Boston, music fans and fans of Boston Sports will always remember 2010… The year that Fenway was the place to be.  Boston Red Sox Tickets at Fenway Park


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