Kenny Chesney Announces 11 Stadium Shows With More Dates to Come

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Kenny Chesney is all about breaking records– even his own. After selling in excess of 1.3 million tickets on The Big Revival Tour, Chesney wanted to harness the energy of last year’s audiences. Naming his 2016 tour Spread the Love to reflect the No Shoes Nation’s passion for living life and loving music, he’s announcing the first wave of shows for next year – starting with the already-on-sale April 23 concert at Auburn’s Jordan Hare Stadium.

“People always want to know about the stadiums,” Chesney laughed, “because it’s a big show… a lot of music… and the kind of day people come together and celebrate friendship. We know a lot of people travel to these dates from all over, so to give them as much time as possible to get ready, I figured it’d be nice to get these out in front of our other shows! There could be a stadium date or two added, but for everyone who’s asking, let’s get next year started, right now.”

With the core line-up of Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt and Old Dominion for these shows, a few cities will see a surprise artist in Hunt’s slot (those shows marked with asterisks below). Multi-platinum, 11-time CMA Award and two-time GRAMMY winner Miranda Lambert appeared at last year’s Soldier Field show – and the chemistry sparked this year’s re-teaming.

“Miranda was such an awesome addition in Chicago,” Chesney said. “When I was thinking about what I wanted to do this year, how to keep the energy we had and give the fans something truly great musically, she just made sense. She’s a songwriter, a great singer and she loves music every bit as much as I do. In a stadium, those things matter.”

Kenny Chesney – Spread the Love Tour Dates 2016 – Stadiums ONLY:

April 23 — Jordan Hare Stadium — Auburn, Ala.

May 7 — Chase Field — Phoenix, Ariz.

June 4 — AT&T Stadium — Arlington, Texas*

June 18 — Miller Park — Milwaukee, Wisc.*

June 25 — Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia, Pa.*

July 2 — Heinz Field — Pittsburgh, Pa.

July 16 — Arrowhead Stadium — Kansas City, Mo.

July 23 — Century Link Field — Seattle, Wash.

August 6 — Levi’s Stadium — Santa Clara, Calif.

August 13 — Ford Field — Detroit, Mich.*

August 20 — MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, N.J.

More dates will be announced at a later date.

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