Kenny Chesney has added some dates to his upcoming Songs For The Saints Tour, which kicks off in Louisville April 4 and will include a mix of arenas and stadiums. The first leg of the tour will hit Jacksonville, Florida; Oklahoma City; Albany, New York; Charleston and more through May 25.
“We have played the stadium in Louisville several times, but in really looking at this notion, I wanted to give them something more intimate,” Chesney explains. “This tour is going to really feel like a club show – and put the music front and center. It’s why we’re going to Oklahoma City, Albany, Lincoln and Jacksonville next year. Go to No Shoes Nation, and bring them the songs where they live. We know how to do stadiums, and we love the rush of those shows. But you never want to get to where you take it for granted, or you’re so used to it, it’s just what you do. There’s a real intimacy even in arenas that you don’t have in a stadium, and it’s something we’ve not had for a while. To me, it’s a whole other canvas for us – and I’m psyched about it.”
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