Country boy shake it for me now!!
Updated: Oct 23, 2020
Experiencing a concert at Fenway Park in Boston is something you do not want to miss out on! For starters, Fenway is a historic landmark in Boston, and the atmosphere and vibe are out of this world. Fenway Park, home to the American League Boston Red Sox, opened on April 20, 1912, making it the oldest ballpark still in active use in Major League Baseball.
In addition to the Red Sox, Fenway has hosted numerous other games and events. From 1963 to 1968, it was home to the Boston Patriots (later New England Patriots) of the American Football League, and various collegiate football teams also competed there. Other sporting contests included boxing and wrestling matches and ice hockey games. Fenway also hosted a number of political events, including rallies by U.S. Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt (1944), Barry Goldwater (1964), and Eugene McCarthy (1968). In 1993 the park began offering public tours, helping make Fenway one of Boston’s more popular tourist attractions. #Boston #RedSox #Fenway #Concerts
My friends and I thought it would be a great idea to surprise our daughter's at their high school graduation with Luke Bryan's 'What Makes You Country' tour. Our big surprise was a big success! We drove early enough into the city to get prime parking at a close garage and were able to have dinner at the Boston Burger Company, where the girls ate hearty burgers and indulged in outrageous milkshakes. #LukeBryan #SamHunt #JoePardi #Country #Countrygirl #BostonBurgerCompany #Milkshakesonsteriods #Milkshakes
We got to the concert in time to hear most of Joe Pardi and then got to fan ourselves while Sam Hunt sang because DAMMMN he's hot....l-o-v-e him! Luke Bryan was the headliner, and he was simply AMAZING. That man can sing...and with so much passion. This is my second Luke Bryan and Sam Hunt concert, and I'm a fan for life. Love my country! Literally!