Kenny Chesney has added an additional Nashville date for his The Big Revival Tour. The outing opens at the Bridgestone Arena on March 26. The new date, March 27, will accommodate the demand seen prior to the on-sale date, which remains Friday, Jan. 23.
“When you take a year off and you’re as far into a career as I am, you don’t wanna assume they’re still as hungry for you,” said Chesney. “But I’ve also always said I never want a real fan not to be able to come to the show, so I’m glad I’m able to do two nights in Nashville.”
The country superstar’s two Foxboro Stadium shows saw sell-out times in 12 minutes. The summer tour will hit 20 stadiums, multiple arenas, the occasional amphitheater and a few festivals.
“I’m glad we were able to make it work so everyone who wants to come can!” he continued. “That’s always been the way we’ve tried to do this – and I see no reason to change now.”
His Grammy-nominated “American Kids” recently spent two weeks at No. 1 while his latest single, “’Til It’s Gone,” marks his 26th career No. 1.
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