Known for his blockbuster roadshow, Kenny Chesney has his own concert movie coming to theaters in April. He teamed with Sony Motion Pictures’ The Hot Ticket Division to release Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3-D.
The film was shot over six nights in five cities—Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Seattle, Boston and Indianapolis—using 22 different 3-D cameras. Other 3-D concert films have covered the Rolling Stones and U2.
“It’s crazy how up close this puts you,” exclaims Chesney. “It was an amazing—and at times scary—experience to have cameras that close, in the air, on a blimp… ’cause they are everywhere. But to see what this film captures, all the energy, the thrill and an even better focus on some of the most rocking nights we’ve ever had, all I can say is…wow.”
With three CMA nominations (Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist, and Vocal Event with Mac McAnally) Chesney performs “I’m Alive” with Dave Matthews on the CMA Awards live telecast Nov. 11 on ABC.
For further information and to purchase tickets for Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D, visit www.TheHotTicket.net.