Kenny Chesney recently announced a 2020 Tour that he has called Chilaxification. The incredibly laid-back title fits perfectly with the incredibly laid-back country music superstar who is very serious about entertaining fans who attend his live performances. A very spaced-out Saturday-based tour was recently announced, and all fans can find 2020 Kenny Chesney tickets now.
Born in Knoxville, Tennessee in the late-1960s, Chesney was destined for the path of a country music superstar from the beginning. His dad was an elementary school teacher and his mom a hairstylist, which provided a grass-roots beginning in a state and a city known for country music greatness. By the time he was 20 years old, he released a self-entitled album that garnered respect locally. Over the course of the next few years, it became clear that he had the potential to be a country music superstar.
Chesney has produced a total of 18 studio albums, which has been complemented by two live albums, five compilation albums and a grand total of 50 music videos. His gigantic library of hits include a total of 30 #1 Singles. It goes without saying that he has a large selection of songs to choose from when creating a set list for each of the many upcoming shows.
He first romped throughout the country in 2001, on his Greatest Hits Tour. Tours came each of the following 10 years, before he took a short hiatus in 2012. 2013 featured the No Shoes Nation Tour, which was followed in 2015 by The Big Revival Tour. A few other tours unfolded in recent years, before Songs for the Saints Tour in 2019 entertained audiences throughout North America. He now stands on the doorstep of his biggest tour ever.
Chesney has been known to change things up a bit from show to show, depending upon the audience and the venue. But he always puts everything he has into each performance, and he is typically glistening with sweat toward the end. He sometimes performs in sleeveless shirts, especially in summertime.
2020 shows will span spring and summer of next year. The first show is scheduled for April 18 in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The incredible venue that hosts 100,000 for football and a gigantic total for concerts recently celebrated its 10th year of existence. That happened quickly. The “House That Jerry Jones Built” is still one of the major epicenters of entertainment, and Kenny Chesney’s 2020 Chillaxification Tour is all about gigantic venues.
A week later, the tour will pop up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at Miller Park. This baseball-based venue was constructed just a handful of years ago, and hosting live concerts is a somewhat rare endeavor. But hosting Kenny Chesney, one of the true greats of modern country music, is totally appropriate.
In the month of May, the tour will touch down in Minneapolis at US Bank Stadium, Tampa at Raymond James Stadium, and Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a venue that was opened to the public at a cost of about 1 billion in a somewhat incognito way a season ago. It has all sorts of sparkling sights and modern features.
With well-spaced out tour dates, the final May shows will unfold in San Antonio, Pittsburgh – two of the biggest sports and entertainment metropolises throughout the United States. The space between shows gives the superstar and his band and crew ample time to enjoy the cities they are performing in.
The month of June will feature shows in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field on the 6th, and a show exactly a week later at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on the 13th. The theme of one show every week will continue in June when the tour touches down in Ohio Stadium in Columbus for a June 20 performance. The final June show will take place at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on the 27th.
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July shows will feature a huge outdoor performance in Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium on July 11, followed by outdoor performances at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on July 18, and Soldier Field in Chicago on the 25th. The three stadiums are among the most popular in the NFL.
The month of August is going to be full of huge shows. It begins on the first day at what will be the newly-minted and very talked-about SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The show-every-Saturday-night will continue on August 8 in Denver, August 15 in Detroit at Ford Field, and August 22 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. A grand finale will go down on August 28 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. All fans interested in securing Kenny Chesney 2020 Tour Tickets would be wise to take a look at our large and surprisingly affordable inventory now.