Fenway Park Announces Their First Concerts For 2024
Fenway Park has announced its first concerts for 2024. The two announced acts and are quite different from each other.
Noah Kahan – July 19
The first date to appear on the calendar so far is Vermont native, Noah Kahan. The We’ll All Be Here Forever Tour was announced today. The North American dates take Kahan from coast to coast starting in late May. Ultimately, he will conclude in Boston for somewhat of a hometown show. This is the only New England date on the itinerary so far. Mt. Joy will be in support for the Fenway Park show.
Kahan played to roaring crowd at the 2023 Boston Calling Festival. He then returned to the area early this month, playing 17 songs, headlining a show at the Comcast Center in Mansfield. Kahan’s latest record Stick Season, was released in October of 2022.
Kane Brown – July 20
The 2024 Nucar Fenway Concert Series will go for two nights in a row as Kane Brown returns to the park the night after Kahan. Brown kicked off the 2023 Fenway concert series this past June. Jon Pardi, LOCASH, and RaeLynn will be in support.
Brown’s 2024 In The Air Tour will start on March 28 in Charlottesville, Virginia. In addition to his tour announcement, Brown has a new single entitled “I Can Feel It,” which will be out tomorrow (September 21).
2023 saw Fenway Park hold 12 concerts scheduled starting in late June. In fact, The Gorillaz were supposed to wrap up the season last night. They had to cancel their September shows due to unforeseen circumstances.
As for next season, more 2024 concerts are expected to be announced by Fenway Park in the coming month. After a week away, the Red Sox are returning to Boston Friday. They have two home series remaining. This weekend they take on the Chicago White Sox. Then, they will wind down with two games against the Tampa Bay Rays before finishing the year on the road against the Baltimore Orioles.