Xfinity Center - Mansfield, MA

The Xfinity Center is an outdoor amphitheater in Mansfield, Massachusetts that opened in the summer of 1986. It started out with a 12,000 capacity then later expanded to 19,900 in 1994 with 7,000 lawn seats, 7,000 reserved seats, and 5,900 general admission seats. Box seating is available for those who prefer a private area during the event. For those who want to get up close with their favorite artist, they may choose to be in the pit located at the front of the venue. Regular and lawn seating are also available. The amphitheater has hosted acts such as Nickelback, The Fray, Aerosmith, James Taylor, Korn, and many others.

The facility has 16 parking lots with free ample parking for ticket holders. Tailgating is allowed given that venue guidelines are followed.

All bags are subject to inspection. Clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC bags and small wristlet or handheld wallets are encouraged instead of large backpacks and bags. Food is allowed as long as it is contained in one-gallon clear, plastic freezer bags. One factory-sealed bottle of water is allowed per patron. Concessions are available at the venue including wine and beer.

Personal cameras are allowed. Selfie sticks, iPads and other tablets, professional cameras with detachable lenses, audio and video recording devices are prohibited. Umbrellas are not allowed. Instead, patrons are encouraged to use rain jackets or raincoats in case rain is forecasted.

Guests can shop in the nearby stores such as Wrentham Village Premium Outlets and Old Country Store and Emporium. Other attractions near the venue include Capron Park Zoo, tours with Norton Kayak Company, flight instruction and tours with Blue Hill Helicopters, and wine tours at Mulberry Vineyard. About 30 minutes from Mansfield, you can also find a variety of events and attractions in the city of Boston, Massachusetts.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
885 S Main St., Mansfield, MA 02048
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History & Traditions:
Past Names/Nicknames:
Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts

Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts

Comcast Center

Xfinity Center

Date/Year Built/Opened:
June 13, 1986