Kenny Chesney Tickets As He Announces 2024 Tour, Shocking No One

I would argue no one likes a tour as much as country legend Kenny Chesney. Chesney is the true definition of a road warrior, always on the gig scene playing for his fans. This will be true again in 2024, though he is bringing some friends along for the ride this time.

Chesney’s ‘Sun Goes Down’ 2024 Tour is set to hit stadiums on Saturdays from April 20 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa through to August 23 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The Grammy-winning Zac Brown Band, Megan Maroney, and Uncle Kraker will join Chesney on every date. While the latter might seem strange, it makes sense as Uncle Kracker was featured on Chesney’s multiple-week No. 1 When the Sun Goes Down. Kracker is also known for mainstream hits like Follow Me and Drift Away.

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The tour will hit stadiums in some of the bigger markets in the US. Stops that are worth checking out include AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, on May 11, Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on July 6, and Nissan Stadium in Nashville on August 3. Tickets seem to be falling in the $150 to $200 range in most markets, so if you see tickets on Immortal Seats for under $150, I would advise snapping them up quickly, as they will not last long!

2024 Kenny Chesney Tour Dates

April 20 — Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

April 27 — Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina

May 4 — U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota

May 11 — AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

May 18 — Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta

May 25 — FedExField, Washington, D.C.

June 1 — Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh

June 8 — Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia

June 15 — Soldier Field, Chicago

June 22 — American Family Field, Milwaukee

July 6 — GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

July 13 — Lumen Field, Seattle

July 20 — SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

July 27 — Empower Field at Mile High, Denver

Aug. 3 — Nissan Stadium, Nashville

Aug. 10 — US Ford Field, Detroit

Aug. 17 — MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

Aug. 23 — Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

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