Kenny Chesney has announced tour dates for The Big Revival Tour. The massive trek kicks off with a two-night stand at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN on March 26 and wraps up on August 29 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. The tour begins on Chesney’s birthday. “I can’t think of a better way to celebrate,” Chesney said on Good Morning America back in October. “I’ve been ready to get out there for a long time. Now that we’re announced, I’m fired up! This new music brings a new energy to the show, and it’s gonna take what we do to a whole other level.” Tickets will be available via

Throughout his career, Chesney has always kept the best of company on tour. This run is no different, if not the best. He’ll be partnering up with juggernauts Jason Aldean and Eric Church at respective stadium shows, and in addition Brantley Gilbert, Jake Owen, Old Dominion, Chase Rice, and Cole Swindell will all be coming along for the ride. “I promise everybody who’s coming out rocks hard and understands turning a crowd on,” Chesney stated.

Kenny Chesney
Photo Courtesy of Kenny Chesney/EB Media

“This is really about us and the fans … the fact that every year, so many people make their summer about coming to see us,” Chesney says. “I’ve missed that sense of community and that passion for the music. There’s gonna be some stuff from the new record and songs people haven’t heard in a while. There’s gonna be a whole lot of music and some surprises.”

Chesney will be touring in support of his sixteenth studio effort The Big Revival. The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and #1 on Billboard’s Top County Albums Chart back in September. The disc has already produced a #1 single with “American Kids.” Chesney once again teamed with long-time producer Buddy Cannon, who has worked with Chesney since 1997’s I Will Stand.

Kenny Chesney Revival Tour

March 26-27 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, T.N.
March 28 — Colonial Life Arena — Columbia, S.C.
April 8 — Bon Secours Wellness Arena — Greenville, S.C.
April 9 — Legacy Arena at the BJCC — Birmingham, A.L.
April 11 –Tortuga Music Festival — Fort Lauderdale, F.L.
April 16 — Greensboro Coliseum — Greensboro, N.C.
April 17 — KFC Yum! Center — Louisville, K.Y.
April 23 — Times Union Center — Albany, N.Y.
April 24-25 — Mohegan Sun Center — Uncasville, C.T.
April 29 — Arena — Glendale, A.Z.
May 2 — Levi’s Stadium — San Francisco, C.A.
May 6 — Scottrade Center — St. Louis, M.O.
May 7 — Wells Fargo Arena — Des Moines, I.A.
May 9 — Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, I.N.
May 14 — BOK Center — Tulsa, O.K.
May 16 — AT&T Stadium — Dallas, T.X.
May 21– Austin 360 Amphitheater — Austin, T.X.
May 22 — BBVA Compass Stadium — Houston, T.X.
May 23 — BCS Superfest — Baton Rouge, L.A.
May 27 — Merriweather Post Pavillion — Columbia, M.D.
May 28 — PNC Arena — Raleigh, N.C.
May 30 — Heinz Field — Pittsburgh, P.A.
June 4 — Ford Center — Evansville, I.N.
June 6 — Soldier Field — Chicago, I.L.
June 11 — Time Warner Cable Arena — Charlotte, N.C
June 13 — Georgia Dome — Atlanta, G.A.
June 14 — Florida Country Superfest — Jacksonville, F.L.
June 18 — Denny Sanford Premier Center — Sioux Falls, S.D.
June 20 — Lambeau Field — Green Bay, W.I.
June 21 — Ohio Country Superfest — Columbus, O.H.
June 25 — Ambleside — Vancouver, B.C.
June 27 — Century Link Field — Seattle, W.A.
July 8 — CMAC — Canandaigua, N.Y.
July 9 — Quicken Loans Arena — Cleveland, O.H.
July 11 — Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia, P.A.
July 16 — Pinnacle Bank Arena — Lincoln, N.B.
July 18-19 — Target Field — Minneapolis, M.N.
July 22 — Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys — Lake Tahoe, C.A.
July 23 — SaveMart Center — Fresno, C.A.
July 25 — Rose Bowl — Pasadena, C.A.
July 29 — Snowden Grove — Southaven, M.S.
July 30 — Arkansas Music Pavilion — Rogers, A.R.
Aug. 1 — Arrowhead Stadium — Kansas City, M.O.
Aug. 6 — Energy Solutions Arena — Salt Lake City, U.T.
Aug. 8 — SA Field at Mile High — Denver, C.O.
Aug. 13 — Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion — Bangor, M.E.
Aug. 15 — Metlife Stadium — East Rutherford, N.J.
Aug. 19 — Canadian Tire Center — Ottawa, O.N.
Aug. 20 — First Ontario — Hamilton, O.N.
Aug. 22 — Ford Field — Detroit, M.I.
Aug. 28-29 — Gillette Stadium — Foxboro, M.A.


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