Fans traveling to see the big-name artists performing at Gillette Stadium this year can take the commuter rail from Boston and Providence, the MBTA announced Thursday.
A limited number of tickets, listed for $20 roundtrip, will go on sale two weeks before each performance. The trains are expected to arrive an hour before each show and depart 30 minutes after, officials said.
Boston trains will depart from South Station and stop at Back Bay and Dedham Corporate Center before arriving at Foxboro Station. Providence trains will depart from Providence Station and make stops in Attleboro and Mansfield.
For more information on special event service, visit the MBTA’s website.
Service will be offered for the following shows:
Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour (May 19*, 20 & 21)
Ed Sheeran’s +-=÷x Tour (July 1) (No service available for June 30 show)
Luke Combs 2023 World Tour (July 22)
Beyoncé Renaissance World Tour (Aug. 1*)
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band 2023 Tour (Aug. 24*)
Billy Joel & Stevie Nicks (Sept. 23)
*Service from Boston only
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