365 Things to Do in Boston - New Tips Daily
The Red Sox home opener is right around the corner! If you don't want to spend an arm and a leg on a ticket, head to one of these awesome game-day bars to watch:
"Don't miss this great evening of family fun featuring the 30th anniversary screening of Ghostbusters. The recently digitally remastered version of the movie will be featured on the main video board located in centerfield."
There will also be a free trick-or-treating community event around the warning track from 3pm-6pm. The movie will start at 7:15pm.
"R&B-pop crooner Ne-Yo and pop songstress Natasha Bedingfield will take the stage with a goal of raising $1 million to benefit The CareOne Cancer Fund in Honor of Dan Grimes.
Grimes, a 42-year-old Carver resident and HealthBridge executive, was recently diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, despite being a lifelong non-smoker. He will receive the fund’s initial grants."
For more information on this fundraiser and ways to donate, please go to Care-One.com.
Billy Joel will be coming to Fenway Park on Thursday, June 26th!
Although Billy Joel has been busy playing at Madison Square Garden, he will manage to get some tour dates in, which will include Boston, Quebec and Chicago.
Billy Joel's hits include "Piano Man", "We Didn't Start the Fire" and "Uptown Girl". He has won multiple Grammy's and has sold over 150 million records worldwide, making him one of the best selling artists of all time.
Tickets are still available through StubHub. If you can't make it to the show, neighborhood bars such as Baseball Tavern & Yard House might offer outdoor seating where patrons can hear part of the show.
"ClimbAmerica! is a climbathon hosted by Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s ClimbCorps to raise funds and awareness to fight heart disease, America’s #1 killer. This summer, we’re taking this unique and exciting event to new heights at Fenway Park – the oldest major league ballpark in the United States.
On June 7, 2014, thousands of climbers will come together to make history, climbing the stairs of Boston’s historic Fenway Park to have fun, get moving and help make a difference in the fight against heart disease.!"
Participants need to register by June 5th. Please click here for registration and donation information.
Summer is here and there are a ton of awesome concerts going on in the Boston area!
Here is a small list of some artists coming our way soon!
Jam'n 94.5 Summer Jam
Friday, May 30th
Saturday, June 7th
Boston Opera House
Thursday, June 26
Beyonce & Jay Z
Tuesday, July 1st
Wednesday, July 2nd
Want to know who else is playing in & around Boston? Check out the list here.
College & high school students are in luck!
"In addition to the $9 SRO deal, the Red Sox will be offering all students the opportunity to purchase seats $20 for 6 specifically themed college nights in April and May – listed below. Seats for these 6 games will range across most seat categories at Fenway Park, subject to availability."
College Themed Nights:
April 20 – Student Scavenger Hunt
April 29 – Night of Champions
May 1 – Greek Night
May 18 – College Media Night
May 29 – Class of 2014 Night
Please click here for more information on student tickets at Fenway Park!
"No need to wallow because you’re single this Valentine’s Day. Join singles and couples alike at Cupid’s Undie Run, making its Boston debut on Feb. 15. Strip down to your finest undergarments and take to the grounds of Fenway Park, all in support of the Children’s Tumor Foundation. Form your own team, join an existing team, or run solo and make new friends."
The event starts around 12pm, with the run beginning at 2:30pm at Who's On First. For further general and registration information, please go to cupidsundierun.com.
Single and interested in other events in the Boston area? Check out this Anti-Valentine's Day activities post here.
In honor of Veteran's Day, the Boston Red Sox will be offering free Fenway Park tours to all veterans and active members of the military today.
Tour hours will be from 10am-5pm with start at the top of every hour. The tours will offer insight on one of American's most beloved ballpark and the Red Sox players. Now is a particularly exciting time to visit the ballpark due to the recent 2013 World Series win over the St. Louis Cardinals.
"Veterans and active members will be able to pick up their tickets at the Gate D ticket booth, which is on the corner of Yawkey Way and Van Ness Street, and they will be asked to show their military identification to redeem their free tour ticket."