Kenny Chesney Announces All Dates of Big Revival Tour

Kenny Chesney Announces All Dates of Big Revival Tour

Kenny Chesney will hit the road in March for the start of the Big Revival Tour, which is scheduled to play 55 shows across North America through the end of August. The country announced each date on his upcoming tour on Wednesday. He’ll kick things off on March 26 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

Primary tickets for the Big Revival Tour go on sale on Friday, January 23 at 10am, but a fan club presale last month has already made ticket prices reach big numbers on the secondary market. Kenny Chesney tickets on TiqIQ for the Big Revival Tour currently average at $181.79, which serves as the 10th most expensive tour by a major label act in 2015.

An interesting facet of Chesney’s Big Revival Tour is his intent to link up with fellow country musician Jason Aldean and his Burning It Down Tour for 10 joint stadium shows later this summer. Tentatively going by the name “Two Tours, One Big Night”, the duo will hit some of the country’s biggest stadiums from May through August, including Levi’s Stadium, AT&T Stadium, CenturyLink Field, Metlife Stadium and Gillette Stadium.

Below is the complete list of all dates on Chesney’s Big Revival Tour. All joint shows with Jason Aldean are noted:

3/26 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, Tennessee
3/27 – Surprise – TBA
3/28 – Colonial Life Arena – Columbia, South Carolina
4/8 – Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville, South Carolina
4/9 – Legacy Arena At The BJCC – Birmingham, Ala.
4/11 – Tortuga Music Festival – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
4/16 – Greensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, North Carolina
4/17 – KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, Kentucky
4/23 – Times Union Center – Albany, New York
4/24-25 – Mohegan Sun Center – Uncasville, Connecticut
4/29 – Jobing.com Arena – Glendale, Arizona
5/2 – Levi’s Stadium* – San Francisco, California
5/6 – Scottrade Center – Saint Louis, Missouri
5/7 – Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, Iowa
5/9 – Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, Indiana
5/14 – BOK Center – Tulsa, Oklahoma
5/16 – AT&T Stadium* – Dallas, Texas
5/21 – Austin 360 Amphitheater – Austin, Texas
5/22 – BBVA Compass Stadium – Houston, Texas
5/23 – BCS Superfest – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
5/27 – Merriweather Post Pavillion – Columbia, Maryland
5/28 – PNC Arena – Raleigh, North Carolina
5/30 – Heinz Field – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
6/4 – Ford Center – Evansville, Indiana
6/6 – Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois
6/11 – Time Warner Cable Arena – Charlotte, North Carolina
6/13 – Georgia Dome – Atlanta, Georgia
6/14 – Florida Country Superfest – Jacksonville, Florida
6/18 – Denny Sanford Premier Ctr. – Sioux Falls, South Dakota
6/20 – Lambeau Field* – Green Bay, Wisconsin
6/21 – Ohio Country Superfest – Columbus, Ohio
6/25 – Ambleside – Vancouver, British Columbia
6/27 – CenturyLink Field* – Seattle, Washington
7/8 – CMAC – Canandaigua, New York
7/9 – Quicken Loans Arena – Cleveland, Ohio
7/11 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
7/16 – Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, Nebraska
7/18-19 – Target Field* – Minneapolis, Minnesota
7/22 – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys – Lake Tahoe, California
7/23 – SaveMart Center – Fresno, California
7/25 – Rose Bowl* – Pasadena, California
7/29 – Snowden Grove – Southaven, Mississippi
7/30 – Arkansas Music Pavilion – Rogers, Arkansas
8/1 – Arrowhead Stadium* – Kansas City, Missouri
8/6 – Energy Solutions Arena – Salt Lake City, Utah
8/8 – Sports Authority Field at Mile High* – Denver, Colorado
8/13 – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion Bangor, Maine
8/15 – Metlife Stadium* – E. Rutherford, New Jersey
8/19 – Canadian Tire Center – Ottawa, Ontario
8/20 – TBA
8/22 – Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan
8/28-29 – Gillette Stadium* – Foxboro, Massachusetts

* noted dates include Jason Aldean

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