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Important Ticketholder Information for Tom Brady's Patriots Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Tom Brady will become the 35th person to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame presented by RTX.  The ceremony will be held the evening of June 12, 2024, from 7:00 – 9:30 p.m. will live stream red carpet and full ceremony starting at 5:30 p.m. for those not in attendance.


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – On June 12, 2024, Tom Brady will become the 35th person to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame presented by RTX. For the first time, the Hall of Fame ceremony will be hosted inside Gillette Stadium to accommodate as many fans as possible. The ceremony will be held the evening of June 12, 2024, from 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.

The Patriots chose the 12th day of the sixth month as two of the numbers most often associated with Tom Brady's Patriots career; his six Super Bowl championships and his iconic uniform number, 12.

Parking lots will open at 3:00 p.m., stadium gates will open at 5:00 p.m. and it is suggested that all fans arrive in their seats by 6:30 p.m. A special Red Carpet Show, hosted by Jason McCourty and Deatrich Wise Jr., will air in the stadium from 5:30-7:00 p.m. prior to the Hall of Fame ceremony. Both the Red Carpet Show and the Hall of Fame Ceremony will be streamed exclusively on All attendees will receive a commemorative gift bag.


NBC's Mike Tirico will host the Hall of Fame Ceremony and will be joined on stage by a number of special guests, including Boston-born comedian and life-long Patriots fan Bill Burr. Hundreds of former Patriots will be in attendance, with on-stage appearances by many of Brady's former teammates, including David Andrews, Drew Bledsoe, Deion Branch, Matt Cassel, Patrick Chung, Julian Edelman, Kevin Faulk, Rob Gronkowski, Brian Hoyer, Dan Koppen, Ty Law, Logan Mankins, Devin McCourty, Willie McGinest, Randy Moss, Rob Ninkovich, Matthew Slater, Wes Welker, James White and Vince Wilfork.


Stadium officials strongly encourage fans to allow themselves plenty of time when traveling near the stadium on event days. NOTE: The ceremony will coincide with weekday commuter traffic, so please plan accordingly. Traffic restrictions will be in place on local roads before and after the event. Fans who use local roads will experience delays in arrival time due to road closures that are not captured by traffic and navigation apps. Fans must use I-95, I-495 or Route 140 to access Route 1 and Gillette Stadium.


Stadium lots will open for parking at 3:00 p.m. Gillette Stadium offers free general parking for all ticket holders. General parking is located on the opposite side of Route 1 from the stadium and is included in the price of the event ticket. A parking pass is not required for general parking. Oversize vehicle parking is located in Lot 52, accessible from P10 North and P10 South from the north and south respectively and is included in the price of the event ticket. ADA parking will be accessible from P1 when traveling from the north and P7 when traveling from the south. For more parking information, visit


The MBTA Commuter Rail and Keolis will offer round-trip, special event train service from Boston for the Tom Brady Patriots Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. The special event train will depart from South Station with stops at Back Bay and Dedham Corporate Center before arriving at Foxboro Station.


  • 4:15 p.m. Depart South Station
  • 4:20 p.m. Depart Back Bay
  • 4:35 p.m. Depart Dedham Corporate Center
  • 5:15 p.m. Arrive at Foxboro Station

NOTE: The train will depart Foxboro Station 30 minutes after the event ends.

Roundtrip tickets are $20 each and are on sale now exclusively via the mTicket app.

Please note: This is a special event train 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 ceremony via the Foxboro Station weekday Commuter Rail service will not be able to return to Boston following the conclusion of the event 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 10:49 PM, while the special event train will depart 30 minutes following the conclusion of the inducting ceremony. For more information, visit


Gates will open at 5:00 p.m. Fans can enter through the Bank of America, CVS Health and Ticketmaster Gates for this event, and fans with field seats should enter via the Plaza (Ticketmaster field gate) only. ADA entry is available through the Ticketmaster Gate on the east and Bank of America Gate on the west. Gillette Stadium also provides two dedicated ADA Elevators for guests needing additional accommodations and requiring elevator access: one on the east side of the stadium at the Ticketmaster Gate, and one on the west side of the stadium by the W2 entrance. Club and suite ticketholders should enter via the E1, E2, W1, W2, W3 or W4 entrances. A full stadium map and seating chart is available at


Fans attending the ceremony are reminded that bags larger than a small wristlet or handheld wallet will not be allowed inside Gillette Stadium, per the venue's clear bag policy, which is in effect at all ticketed events. If carrying a bag into the stadium is necessary, there are three options: a one-gallon clear plastic freezer bag that does not exceed 11" x 11"; a clear plastic vinyl or PVC bag that does not exceed 12" x 12" x 6"; or a small wristlet or handheld wallet not exceeding 6.5" x 4.5". Please note that bags larger than the permitted size, including purses, shoulder bags and backpacks, will not be allowed inside Gillette Stadium and will not be held or stored by the venue. These items must be returned to a vehicle before entering the stadium. For more information on the clear bag policy, visit


Per stadium management, prohibited items at Gillette Stadium include, but are not limited to: GoPro/video cameras, tripods/monopods, professional cameras and cameras with detachable lenses, selfie sticks, strollers, backpacks, lasers, umbrellas, outside food and beverage, balloons, beach balls, noisemakers and any items deemed dangerous and/or inappropriate by stadium management. Polaroid cameras and portable phones chargers are permitted. Signs are permitted but they cannot be larger than 11" x 17". Lights and battery packs are not permitted on signage, clothing or any other objects. Stadium and artist management reserve the right to prohibit signs or banners due to size and/or message content. For more information on prohibited items at Gillette Stadium, visit

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