Welp, just a few days after saying that he’d only play one show next year at Gillette Stadium, Kenny Chesney announced that he will indeed play a second show on Saturday, August 26th.
Tickets are available now at Ticketnetwork and will be available at Ticketmaster on Friday.
Thomas Rhett and Old Dominion will join Kenny at both shows.
See all of the currently scheduled shows on the tour dates page.
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Kenny Chesney has added a couple more musical festival appearances in 2017. Here’s a look at the full slate of shows currently on the schedule:
- 04.09.17 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Tortuga Music Festival
- 04.30.17 – Indio, CA – Stagecoach Music Festival
- 05.20.17 – Madison, MS – C Spire Live at Baptist Health Systems
- 06.10.17 – Myrtle Beach, SC – Carolina Country Music Festival
- 06.15.17 – Grand Junction, CO – Country Jam
- 08.25.17 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium
Tickets for these shows are available now. Visit the tour dates page to get tickets.
Kenny Chesney is not hitting the road on a major tour in 2017, but he just can’t take a year off from Gillette Stadium.
In a video posted this morning, Kenny announced that he’ll be back to Foxborough, MA next year but for one night only on Friday, August 25th.
Old Dominion and Thomas Rhett will open for Kenny that night.
Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday, December 2nd through Ticketmaster. There are some tickets already available at TicketNetwork.
Kenny Chesney has the number one country album and the number two album across all genres with his latest offering ‘Cosmic Hallelujah’.
It’s not a holiday album, but it must feel a lot like Christmas to Kenny Chesney as Cosmic Hallelujah, debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s country albums chart — and at a solid No. 2 on the Billboard 200 all-genres list.
Luke Bryan’s “Move” holds its top spot for the second week on Billboard’s country airplay rankings.
According to Nielsen SoundScan, Cosmic Hallelujah sold 79,485 copies its first week out. Also new among the Top 5 albums this week are Brett Eldredge’s Glow (No. 2 on sales of 14,080 units) and Cole Swindell’s Down Home Sessions III (No. 5 with 10.708 units scanned).
Kenny Chesney picked up the first of two major awards in as many days on Tuesday night in Nashville:
Chesney was honored as a songwriter by the performing rights organization BMI, which gave him the BMI President’s Award. On Wednesday, he’ll be honored as one of the genre’s top entertainers when he is given the Pinnacle Award at the 50th annual Country Music Association Awards.
“I don’t know if in my whole life I have ever felt so much love in a room,” Chesney told the crowd of songwriters, publishers and singers.
During the event, Keith Urban performed Chesney’s song, “I Go Back,” starting the song off with just an acoustic guitar before ending it with a ripping electric guitar solo.
Urban talked about his early years opening for Chesney on tour when Urban had just gotten out of rehab for drug and alcohol abuse.
“We had a heart-to-heart about what I was going through and you were just a friend right from that moment and it’s only stayed that way ever since,” Urban said. “Brother, I love you.”
Eric Church performed “Anything But Mine,” and longtime songwriter Dean Dillon performed Chesney’s first ever single, “The Tin Man,” a song Chesney wrote by himself.
“We’ve talked very much about what Kenny has done and he should be honored for that,” Church said. “.. What he has done is great, but what he is doing is better.”
The Knoxville, Tennessee-native who broke onto the scene in the mid-1990s has 29 No. 1 country songs and sold in excess of 30 million albums. He is considered one of music’s top touring artists.
“We’ve heard a lot of people talk about me on stage and me in front of all these people,” Chesney said. “But me on stage wouldn’t be possible without my creative spirit and my creative heart, and God put a song in my heart many years ago.”
Kenny Chesney’s latest offering, Cosmic Hallelujah, is heading towards a number one debut on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart.
Country superstar Kenny Chesney is on track for his eighth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, according to industry forecasters. Sources say his latest release, Cosmic Hallelujah, could launch with over 80,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 3.
The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The top 10 of the new Nov. 19-dated Billboard 200 chart — where Chesney may bow at No. 1 — is scheduled to be revealed on Billboard’s websites on Sunday, Nov. 6.
Chesney has previously led the Billboard 200 with Life on a Rock (in 2013), Hemingway’s Whiskey (2010), Lucky Old Sun (2008), The Road and the Radio (2005), Be As You Are: Songs From an Old Blue Chair (2005), When the Sun Goes Down (2004) and No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problems (2002).