FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Gillette Stadium is getting ready for a record-breaking summer concert season.
The venue, home to the New England Patriots and Revolution will hit a record of record 10 concerts, surpassing the previous mark of nine set during the 2016 and 2022 Gillette Stadium Concert Series.
Gillette will welcome a wide range of artists from Grammy award winners to Rock & Roll Hall of Fame enshrinements.
The summer season kicks off with record-breaking,12-time Grammy-winning pop star, Taylor Swift with her “The Eras Tour.” The pop sensation will be stopping in Foxborough for three sold-out shows on May 19, 20, and 21.
Ed Sheeran will return to Gillette on June 30 and July 1 as part of his “+ - = ÷ x Tour” (pronounced “The Mathematics Tour”). Gillette Stadium is the first NFL stadium Sheeran ever headlined. Tickets are still available for the June 30 show here.
This summer makes the first for country superstar and reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Combs. Combs will stop in Foxborough on July 22 as part of his 2023 World Tour after he sold out Gillette Stadium faster than any first-time performer in venue history.
Beyoncé, who has 32 Grammy, will visit Gillette Stadium on August 1, as part of her Renaissance World Tour. The show will mark the global superstar’s fourth overall performance at the home of the New England Patriots and Revolution and the first since 2018.
Hours after rocking out in front of a sold-out crowd at Boston’s TD Garden, Bruce Springsteen announced the addition of a second summer tour date a Gillette. Springsteen and The E Street Band will now play at the home of the New England Patriots on Saturday, Aug. 26, in addition to the previously announced show on Thursday, Aug. 24.
Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks will finish off a loaded concert season on September 23. For the first time, two music legends will grace a New England stage together.
The MBTA also announced last week that it will operate special event commuter rail trains from Boston and Providence for several concerts at Gillette Stadium this summer. Train tickets will go on sale two weeks before each show. Tickets will be sold separately and regular commuter rail tickets will not be accepted.
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