GLASTONBURY, ENGLAND - JUNE 24: Slash and Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses perform as the band headline the Pyramid Stage at Day 4 of Glastonbury Festival 2023 on June 24, 2023 in Glastonbury, England. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Attention Massachusetts! You may be calling in sick on Tuesday August 22! Why? Guns N’ Roses are playing Fenway Park Monday August 21!

Here we go with another jam packed Guns N’ Roses Fenway everything you need, list! This is our helpful and comprehensive list of everything you need to ensure a fun and safe experience! So, let’s get started!

Surprise! It’s Carrie Underwood!

GnR fans are getting the surprise of their life as American Idol and country music star Carrie Underwood has been making surprise appearances at many of the shows. According to

Underwood joined Guns N’ Roses for three dates on the North American leg of the group’s 2023 Global Tour, as well as the three recent dates in Canada. She’s also set to open for the group on Aug. 26 in Nashville at GEODIS Park. 

It seems like Carrie and Guns lead singer Axl Rose are pals. He made a surprise visit at one her recent shows. Add to that she’s been known to perform the GnR cover, Welcome To The Jungle, at her shows.

Our spies have not informed us, yet about Carrie making an appearance at Fenway for GnR on August 21. Stay tuned.

Opening Act

Reports are coming in that opening act The Pretenders crush it, and that Chrissie Hynde sounds awesome.

Guns N’ Roses Set List

August 8, 2023, Montreal, Canada

It’s So Easy

Bad Obsession

Chinese Democracy

(Velvet Revolver cover)

Mr. Brownstone

Welcome to the Jungle
(Link Wray’s “Rumble” intro)

Pretty Tied Up

Hard Skool


Double Talkin’ Jive


Reckless Life

Live and Let Die
(Wings cover)

Down on the Farm
(UK Subs cover)

Rocket Queen

You Could Be Mine

T.V. Eye
(The Stooges cover) (Duff McKagan on vocals)

Anything Goes

Civil War
(Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”… more )

Slash Guitar Solo

Sweet Child o’ Mine
(with Carrie Underwood)

November Rain

Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
(Bob Dylan cover)


Paradise City
(with Carrie Underwood)

So, now that we got a taste of the songs, let’s prepare for our trip to Fenway!

  • When Do Fenway Gates Open? When Does The Show Start

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    Well at Fenway, the gates open 90 minutes prior to events. On line it says that GnR starts playing at 9:30 pm. We can assume that opening act the Pretenders start an hour before.


  • Bag Policy

    Bag Policy

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    THIS IS IMPORTANT! If your bag or pocket book is TOO BIG, they won’t let you in! We experienced this for Paul McCartney. They offer The Lock Up Truck, if you don’t want to trek back to your car. It’s a safe, truck where you can lock your items.

    Bags must be single-compartment and no larger than 12″x12″x6″. Backpacks, backpack-style purses, duffel bags, and other multi-compartment bags are NOT permitted. Exceptions will be made for diaper bags and bags containing essential medical equipment. To speed up the entry process, the Red Sox will continue to encourage the use of single-compartment clear bags for the 2023 season. Clear bags must also be no larger than 12″x12″x6″. Clear backpacks are not allowed.

    You will get searched. All bags will be subject to search.

    Fans who arrive to an entry gate for a game with a non-permitted bag will have the option of storing their bag for a fee with a third-party locker company. This locker truck is located on top of the Lansdowne Garage across from Gate E.

  • Can I Buy Beer?


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    YES! With proper form of ID.

    The following forms of ID are accepted for the purchase of alcoholic beverages. Every guest is asked for identification every time.

    • State Issued Driver’s license
    • MA Liquor ID Card
    • MA ID Card
    • Passport or passport card


  • Is There Parking?


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    Well, ya, but it’s not plentiful.

    Most folks train it or Uber it in, but here’s some ideas if you want to park it:

    Parking is extremely limited around Fenway Park. The Red Sox strongly encourage all fans to take public transportation to the game. A limited amount of handicap parking is available on Jersey Street between Van Ness Street and Boylston Street, near Gate D.

    Fans can purchase pre-paid parking via SpotHero. Visit for more information.

  • What If I Want To Take The Train?


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    Many people come to Fenway this way!

    The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) provides numerous convenient ways for Red Sox fans to get to Fenway Park using public transportation. The Red Sox strongly encourage all fans to take public transportation to the game.

    Getting to and parking at Fenway Park »

  • Are There ATM Machines?

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    Usually, Fenway does a good job at keeping these things filled up with cash.

    For your convenience, there are 5 Bank of America ATMs inside Fenway Park. ATMs are located at:

    • Gate E/3rd Base Concourse
    • Gate A/Jersey Street
    • Gate D/Home Plate
    • The Big Concourse
    • Gate C
  • 7-ADA Accessibilty


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    All gates around Fenway Park are handicap-accessible. Gate D has three elevators and Gates B and E have one elevator each available to fans who require them. Grandstand wheelchair ticket holders should enter through Gates D or E.

  • 8-Do They Have Food?


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    OH YA! Fenway has a variety of concessions INSIDE, and a bunch of great restaurants outside.

    Click here


  • 9-Is There A Map Of Fenway?


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    Click here for concert seating at Fenway


  • 10-What Items Are Prohibited At Fenway?


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    Of course using common sense is the smart thing to do. But here’s a comprehensive list of things you cannot bring.

    Below is a list of items that will not be permitted into Fenway Park. The Red Sox will not be responsible for storing any of the items on the following list. Any prohibited items left at the screening area shall be considered surrendered and will be discarded. Fans will not be able to retrieve any surrendered items. Concealment of any item on the below list could result in denial of entry. Fenway Park is a private facility and reserves the right to prohibit any item not on the below list in the interest of public safety and enjoyment for all fans.

    • Bags larger than 12″x12″x6″ in size
    • Firearms, including those held by lawfully licensed individuals or off-duty police officers of any law enforcement agency or jurisdiction. This restriction includes ammunition.
    • Knives, box cutters, tool of any kind (including Leatherman), or any item that could be used as a weapon
    • Marijuana (including medical marijuana)
    • Pepper spray or mace
    • Hard-sided coolers
    • Cans, bottles, glass containers except one sealed 16oz plastic bottle of water
    • Alcoholic beverages, illegal substances
    • Noise-making devices
    • Laser pointers or similar devices that may be used to disrupt play on the field
    • Costumes and/or costume masks
    • Clothing items determined offensive by Red Sox management
    • Signs, banners and other items may be admitted as long as they do not: obstruct the sight lines of other fans, cover up existing signage, exhibit messages commercial or political in nature, create a disturbance or contain obscene or offensive language or interfere with other fans’ enjoyment of the game. Signs, banners and other items may not be paraded around the ballpark, affixed to any permanent structures, or hung over fascia boards or the Green Monster. Management reserves the right to remove any signs or banners at any time. Each banner and sign must comply with our Code of Conduct.
    • Umbrellas are allowed inside Fenway Park but may only be used during official rain delays
    • Professional audio/visual equipment including tri-pods and mono-pods are prohibited from Fenway Park. Consumer rated cameras and video cameras are permitted but cannot be used to reproduce the game and must not interfere with other fans’ enjoyment of the game.



  • Did We Answer All Of Your Questions?

    How Did We Do?

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    No? Well, click here for Fenway’s A-Z Ballpark Info Guide


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