MBTA Commuter Rail and Keolis providing round-trip service from Boston for May 19 show and from Boston and Providence for May 20 & May 21 shows
To meet the high demand for this service, additional tickets for the May 20 & 21 special event trains will be released this Friday, May 12 exclusively via the mTicket app
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – To meet the high demand for the service, the MBTA Commuter Rail and Keolis are releasing additional tickets for the May 20 & 21 round-trip, special event train service to the Taylor Swift concerts at Gillette Stadium. These $20 round-trip tickets will be sold exclusively via the mTicket app and will go on sale Friday, May 12 at 11:00 a.m. Tickets will be released for the May 20 & 21 special event trains from Boston and Providence. No additional tickets will be released for the Friday, May 19 special event train from Boston.
Tickets for each special event train will be sold separately and need to be purchased for the correct corresponding date and station of origin (Boston or Providence). Due to high demand, no refunds or exchanges will be available. Tickets must be purchased prior to boarding the event train. All passengers, including children 11 and under, must have a ticket to board the train. Please note: These are special event trains and ticket sales will be stopped once the maximum capacity is reached. Regular Commuter Rail tickets and passes are not valid for special event trains. Guests choosing to travel to Gillette Stadium for the Friday, May 19 show via the Foxboro Station weekday Commuter Rail service will not be able to return to Boston following the conclusion of the show via the special event train without purchasing a corresponding special event train ticket. The last Foxboro Station weekday Commuter Rail train departs for Boston at 10:20 p.m., while special event trains will depart 30 minutes following the conclusion of each concert.
The Boston special event trains will depart from South Station with stops at Back Bay and Dedham Corporate Center before arriving at the final destination of Foxboro Station. The Providence special event trains will depart from Providence Station with stops at Pawtucket/Central Falls, Attleboro and Mansfield before arriving at Foxboro Station. The schedules for each date can be found below.
Friday, May 19 (Boston only):
Saturday, May 20 & Sunday, May 21:
NOTE: Trains will depart Foxboro Station 30 minutes after each concert ends.
Riders are reminded that any prohibited items that do not comply with the stadium’s Clear Bag Policy will not be permitted on the train and no personal items may be left on the train during the concert. Live updates and departure times can be found by checking the Foxborough schedule. For more information, visit mbta.com/destinations/gillette-stadium.
Passengers can stay connected with the Commuter Rail by calling customer service at 617-222-3200, following @MBTA_CR on Twitter or signing up for T-Alerts at www.mbta.com/alerts.
Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour will kick off the 2023 Gillette Stadium Concert Series presented by Dunkin’ with three sold-out shows on May 19, 20 & 21. The record-breaking, 12-time GRAMMY winner will return to Gillette Stadium for the first time since her 2018 reputation Stadium Tour, when she became the first female artist to headline Gillette Stadium three nights in a row. Swift will perform at Gillette Stadium, the first NFL stadium she ever headlined, for the 11th, 12th and 13th times when she takes the stage this May. She will be joined in Foxborough by Phoebe Bridgers and GAYLE for the May 19 and 20 shows, and Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams for the May 21 show.
ABOUT GILLETTE STADIUM
Gillette Stadium, located in Foxborough, Mass., is New England’s premier sports and entertainment venue. The 64,628-seat stadium is the full-time home of the NFL’s six-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, the home field of the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer and one of the world’s top grossing concert venues, according to Billboard and Pollstar. Gillette Stadium has also hosted several notable sporting events including the 2016 NHL Winter Classic, international soccer matches, NCAA athletics, professional lacrosse, motor sports and the Massachusetts high school football state championships, and will host the 2023 Army-Navy Game and FIFA Men’s World Cup 2026 matches. Additionally, Gillette Stadium served as the northeast’s first large-scale COVID-19 vaccination site. The site, operated by CIC Health, administered more than 610,000 vaccinations over 148 days of operation in early 2021. For more information, visit www.GilletteStadium.com or follow @GilletteStadium on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.
ABOUT KEOLIS COMMUTER SERVICES
Keolis Commuter Services operates and maintains the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s commuter rail system, the sixth largest commuter rail operation in North America. KCS is a subsidiary of Keolis North America (KNA), both headquartered in Boston, and employs approximately 2,500 people throughout the region. KCS and KNA are part of Keolis Group, an innovative global leader in transit services with more than a century of passenger transportation experience and operations in 13 countries.