Tomorrow kids tickets are free at Fenway for one game only.

If you've ever wanted to take your kids to Fenway Park for a game but didn't want to pay Fenway ticket prices, this is the opportunity for you.

On Thursday August 22 a continuation game is taking place between the Red Sox and the Royals and kids are free.

Back on August 7th the game between these two teams was rained out in the 10th inning while the score was tied 4-4. Now they've got to finish that game.

So yes kids can go for free, but you never really know how long the game will last.

This could totally be a good thing though. If you have young kids who likely wouldn't sit through a whole baseball game anyway, it's the perfect first game at Fenway.

You get to go to the park, experience the historic field and game day excitement then watch a little baseball and most likely head home before it's super late and anyone gets super fussy.


Plus there's a $1 kids menu at the concession stands, photo opportunities in front of the Green Monster and kids can run the bases after the game.

It's a win-win.

And hopefully a win for the Red Sox too.

Adults, you can score discount tickets too. It'll just be $5 for you to enjoy this continuation game tomorrow that starts at 1:05 p.m. and that money gets donated to the Jimmy Fund.

So if you have a day off (or are suddenly feeling ill), grab yourself some $5 Red Sox tickets and take the kids for an afternoon of fun at Fenway.

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