This past weekend we went to Futures at Fenway to see the Portland Sea Dogs play the Harrisburg Senators. The Portland Sea Dogs won! Plus we got to see a Kidz Bop concert
Ticket prices are affordable which makes it a great way to take your kids to Fenway Park and enjoy the experience. Here we are right behind home plate.
Plus they always have games going on in between innings. Here is Wally helping out organizing a game of musical chairs with some children.
Some concessions are also discounted. Hot Dogs were discounted to $2.50 from $5 and drinks only $2.50. Be aware though that adult drinks are not discounted so you will still pay over $8 for a beer.
You could also sign the kids up for Red Sox Nation. A one year membership includes what is shown below plus access to watch Batting Practice from the Green Monster, access to purchase 2 discounted Outfield Grandstand tickets, 10% off at the Team Store, in game giveaways, opportunity to attend special events at Fenway, a Kid Nation Passport, and 3 issues of the Kids Club Newsletter.
It was a beautiful day to be at Fenway Park.
Even dogs were invited to come to the park. We saw some and they were super cute and enjoying the game.
Also they had games for kids to play and a bouncy house. Plus some people making balloon animals and mini-golf for the kids.
Fourty five minutes following the game was a Kidz Bop concert. I love Kidz Bop as it takes pop songs that are on the radio and adjusts the lyrics and kids sing them. They have been named “#1 Kids’ Artists of the Year” for the third consecutive year by Billboard. They did the show right near the Red Sox dugout and after the game they gave people the chance to move their seats to be near the show.
They sang popular songs like Firework, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together and other hits that kids and adults love.
Pop Some Tags was my personal favorite complete with cool jackets. They were really great.
If you missed it this year make sure to head to Futures at Fenway next year.
Disclosure: I received four tickets to Futures at Fenway to promote it. No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.