Here are the concerts coming to Fenway Park this summer

Warm temperatures and hot tunes are on their way sooner than you think.

Billy Joel in concert at Fenway Park  on Thursday June  26,  2014.
Billy Joel in concert at Fenway Park on June 26, 2014. –Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff

In the 16 years since Fenway Park first began hosting concerts, the home of the Boston Red Sox has welcomed a variety of big-name acts who put on memorable performances.

Here is a complete list of artists set to play Fenway Park in 2019.

Note: This article will be updated as more information is announced.

Phish

The jam band founded at the University of Vermont will perform two shows at Fenway Park as part of the group’s 26-date summer tour. (Friday, July 5 and Saturday, July 6 at 6:30 p.m.; $45-85; all ages; tickets available here)

Zac Brown Band

As part of their nationwide Owl Tour, these Southern rockers will play Fenway Park for a whopping 10th and 11th times on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 with fellow country bands Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, with tickets for the Sept. 1 concert going on sale on March 1. (Saturday, Aug. 31 and Sunday, Sept. 1 at 6:30 p.m.; $67.50-112.50; all ages; tickets available here)

Zac Brown leads the Zac Brown Band in concert at Fenway Park. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (Arts , johnstonm)
Zac Brown leads the Zac Brown Band in concert at Fenway Park. —Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

The Who

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The Who will play their first Fenway concert on Friday, Sept. 13 as part of their Moving On! Tour, which will take the group around North America from May 7 to Oct. 23. The tour is especially noteworthy because the band will be releasing their first album of new songs in 13 years later this year, and the tour will feature a symphonic accompaniment. (Friday, Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m.; $75-195; all ages; tickets available here)

Billy Joel

When the Piano Man plays Fenway Park once again on Sept. 14, he’ll set a record for the most consecutive annual performances by a musician in residence with a sixth return trip. As part of his visit, Joel will become the first artist inducted into the ballpark’s new Music Hall of Fame, an honor for musicians who have made several repeat performances there. (Saturday, Sept. 14 at 7:30 p.m.; $99.50-159.50; all ages; tickets available here)

 

Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated the number of times Phish has performed at Fenway Park. Boston.com regrets the error.

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