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Is Infield Grandstand seats good at Fenway?

Is Infield Grandstand seats good at Fenway?

First, the Grandstand seats demonstrate the charm of Fenway Park better than any other area. The overhang, the support poles and the old-timey seats are a throwback to baseball in the first half of the 20th century. Second, these Grandstand sections offer the best protection from the elements.

What is the infield Grandstand at Fenway?

Infield Grandstand Seats at Fenway Park The Infield Grandstand sections at Fenway Park are located from section 11 to section 31, spanning from first base, around home plate all the way past 3rd base.

Where is the best place to sit at Fenway for a concert?

Field Box Level (lighter orange color) concert seating is the closest stadium-style seating for shows at Fenway. If you prefer to be close to the stage but still want a slightly elevated view of the show, this is the best option.

What seats are obstructed at Fenway?

You are most likely to have a problem in Rows 1-4 of a Grandstand section, and this is (usually) in the low-numbered or high-numbered seats. If you have the luxury of seeing the seat number (which you do not on StubHub), you should be okay in most sections with Seats 5-10.

Are Grandstand infield seats good?

The Grandstand Level Infield seats at Truist Park are some of the most affordable seats in the ballpark. Sections 425-427 offer great home plate views, despite being so high up. These seats are great for fans on a budget, but not recommend for fans that struggle walking a lot, as the seats are very high up.

What are the most comfortable seats at Fenway?

If you’re sitting in Sections 6-8, or Sections 95-97, you’ll see all of the action of course, and your seat will be a bit more comfortable, without any poles in your way. Not to mention you’ll be able to stare straight ahead at the Green Monster.

What are best seats at Fenway?

If money is no object, then Field Boxes 21 through 76 are your best bets for fantastic seats at Fenway. Just behind these are Loge Box Sections 108 through 152—also a great bet, and a tad less expensive.

What is a loge box at Fenway?

Loge Boxes at Fenway Park are a great option for fans who want to be in the shade, close to the field, and do not want to worry about obstructed seats. Each section has less than 15 rows, with rows being labeled AA-NN, and the concourse tunnel located at row AA.

What is pavilion reserved at Fenway?

Pavilion Reserved sections at Fenway Park are located in the stadium’s upper deck. While these are some of the highest seats above the field, they’re not nearly as high as top deck seats in most baseball stadiums.

Where is Grandstand at Fenway?

The grandstand sections are on the lower level and consists of sections 1 to 33. Most of the poles are at the end of a row. Rows 1 through 4 of all grandstand sections should be avoided at all costs.

Can you sit in the red seat at Fenway?

If you are holding a ticket for Seat 21 in Row 37 of Section 42, you are holding a ticket to the red seat. It marks the spot where Ted Williams hit the longest measured home run in the 100-year history of Fenway Park.

Are seats at Fenway comfortable?

Throughout my wretched existence, I’ve sat in just about every corner of Fenway and the most comfortable, to me, are the loge or field box seats. Also very comfy are the Monster Seats and State Street Pavilion seats, which I’ve been fortunate to enjoy a few times but are usually priced well out of my budget.

What is the grandstand at Fenway Park?

The grandstand is the largest seating area at Fenway Park and consists of sections 1-33. The closer you sit to section 20 on the grandstand level, the closer you’ll be to home plate. The closer you sit to section 33, the better of a view you’ll have of the Green Monster in left field.

What are the right field boxes at Fenway Park?

The right field boxes consists of sections 1-8 (closest to the playing field) and 87-97. If you watch Boston Red Sox games on TV, these are the seats next to the Pesky Pole (the right field foul pole). These are excellent seats to catch foul balls and are free of obstructions. The one downside is what you’ll have to pay to sit here.

What are the obstructions at Fenway Park?

Finally, the most obvious obstructions at Fenway Park are the poles in the grandstand sections that support the upper level. The grandstand sections are on the lower level and consists of sections 1 to 33. Most of the poles are at the end of a row. Rows 1 through 4 of all grandstand sections should be avoided at all costs.

What makes Fenway Park seating different?

An old era design brings a ton of obstructed views of the field, seats located at weird angles and a ton of quirky history (the lone red seat, Pesky Pole, Green Monster, etc.) We wanted to breakdown the Fenway Park seating chart in a way that would help fans become a little more familiar with the layout.