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October 20

Kenny Chesney to Go on 2018 Tour for “Trip Around the Sun”

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Despite his busy schedule with his recent charitable initiative through Love for Love City, fans can still expect Kenny Chesney to go on the road and treat them to a number of wonderful performances.

That said, the country rock star has a big announcement for all of his supporters.

There’s nothing like a stadium full of people coming together to remind you what life’s about. The energy, the moments, the fun. Every single one of these artists who’re coming out with us for Trip Around the Sun live their lives the exact same way: they work hard, they appreciate what they’re given and they love music every bit as much as they love life. I, personally, can’t wait to see this show hit the road.” Chesney shares to the media.

On 2018, Kenny will be traveling across the US for his upcoming tour, Trip Around the Sun. It is scheduled to kick-start on April and will go on until August. He will be touring on 18 major stadiums, with tour stops in Denver, Atlanta, Seattle, Chicago, and Nashville, to name a few. He will also be joined by some of his fellow major country artists, Brandon Lay, Old Dominion, and Thomas Rhett.

From continuously producing new country music that his fans can enjoy and deeply relate to, to going the extra mile to help bring hope and new beginnings to the victims of the recent earthquake and devastating hurricanes, Chesney has nothing but more space for love and music appreciation in his heart. As such, it is simply exciting to join him on his journey and keep tabs on what future projects he may take on.

For ticket purchases, fans can expect them the pre-sale to start on Oct. 19 and will continue on until Oct 27. Check out the schedule for Trip Around the Sun below:

Trip Around the Sun Tour

  • April 21

Raymond James Stadium

Tampa, FL

  • April 28

Miller Park

Milwaukee, WI

  • May 5

US Bank Stadium

Minneapolis, MN

  • May 19

AT&T Stadium

Arlington, TX

  • May 26

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Atlanta, GA

  • June 2

Heinz Field

Pittsburgh, PA

  • June 9

Lincoln Financial Field

Philadelphia, PA

  • June 16

Mapfre Stadium

Columbus, OH

  • June 23

Chase Field

Phoenix, AZ

  • June 30

Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium

Denver, CO

  • July 7

Centurylink Field

Seattle, WA.

  • July 14

Arrowhead Stadium

Kansas City, MO

  • July 21

Busch Stadium

Saint Louis, MO

  • July 28

Soldier Field

Chicago, IL

  • August 4

Ford Field

Detroit, MI

  • August 11

Nissan Stadium

Nashville, TN

  • August 18

MetLife Stadium

East Rutherford, NJ

  • August 24

Gillette Stadium

Foxboro, MA*


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