Blake Shelton to Play Forest Hills Stadium, Tickets Go on Sale This Week

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The platinum-selling country music artist Blake Shelton will be performing at Forest Hills Stadium this summer.

Shelton has been added to the venue’s summer 2020 lineup and will perform on June 18.

His concert with include hits from his most recent No. 1 album, Fully Loaded: God’s Country.

Shelton’s hit song “God’s Country” was the second most-streamed country song released in 2019. The smash hit became Shelton’s 26th No. 1 on country radio, where it remained for a multi-week run.

Shelton is one of many musicians listed as part of Forest Hills Stadium’s 2020 season.

The season includes The Lumineers with CAAMP and Diana DeMuth on June 13; a reformed Bright Eyes with Japanese Breakfast and Lucy Dacus on June 20; and Halsey with blackbear and PVRIS on July 15 and 16.

Tickets to Shelton’s concert will go on sale to the public on March 6 at However, American Express Card Members are able to purchase tickets before the general public starting March 2.

Tickets to all stadium events will be available for purchase without service fees at the Forest Hills Stadium box office, located just outside of the stadium on Burns Street, every Friday from noon to 8 p.m.

Tickets can also be purchased at Williamsburg’s Rough Trade (located off of the Bedford Ave stop on the L train) during box office hours, which are noon to 6 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.


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NYC’s First “EEEEEATSCON” Food Fest Comes To Forest Hills Stadium


FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — If you’re a true Instagram foodie, you’re likely familiar with the #EEEEEATS hashtag.

The hashtag launched by dining website The Infatuation has taken Instagram by storm, captioning more than 11 million photos of gorgeous, mouthwatering dishes. For the first time in New York City, that online collage of craveable cuisine will come to life at the “EEEEEATSCON” food festival, The Infatuation announced on Monday.

Forest Hills Stadium will host The Infatuation’s first NYC EEEEEATSCON on Oct. 6, just over a year after the website launched its signature food festival in Santa Monica, California.

And if you were wondering, no, this food festival won’t be like the 23948723 others NYC seemingly hosts each year, at least not according to its curators at The Infatuation. EEEEEATSCON is “designed for people who want more from a food festival than just tasting-sized portions and cooking demonstrations,” its website states.

But what more could there possibly be, you ask?

feature a hand-picked selection of local restaurants blended together with imports from across the country serving food “you won’t find anywhere else,” its curators claim. It will also serve up live music performances throughout the day and panels of food industry leaders.

In other words, think of this as the foodie equivalent of a trendy music festival, “but with restaurants as the headliners.”

Details on which eateries will be featured in NYC’s first-ever EEEEEATSCON have yet to be released, but more information on the food festival is expected to become available through the summer, said a Forest Hills Stadium spokesman. Sign up to receive all the latest updates here.

Tickets go on sale June 19.

AEG Inks Historic NYC Stadium Concert Deal At Forest Hills Stadium


AEG has inked a long-term booking and concert promotion agreement for the historic Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, the former home of the first U.S. Open Tennis Championship. AEG-owned Madison House Presents will exclusively present 15 to 20 shows a year at the 13,000-capacity stadium still owned and operated by the West Side Tennis Club. AEG will lead a renovation and redesign of the stadium’s concourse, seating and concessions and create new “speakeasy” VIP areas with hidden entry points, including a suite that can only be accessed via secret passage through a fake port-a-potty.  Continue Reading ›




Queens residents, as well as music lovers throughout the city, are gearing up for the 2016 Forest Hills tennis Stadium concert series. Now in its second year, this season’s lineup is going to be more exciting than ever before!

Seeing your favorite bands and performers live and in-person is always a memorable experience. But when the venue is the beautiful and iconic Forest Hills Stadium, it makes the show even more special. Continue Reading ›