Kenny Chesney Ticket Price History
Average Tour Price
Five Most Expensive Shows on The Big Revival Tour:
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One of contemporary country music’s most successful male artists, Kenny Chesney has scored 22
number one hits, sold 30 million records and picked up dozens of major awards since emerging from
the Nashville scene in the early 90s. Born in Powell in 1968, Chesney first began performing in a
bluegrass band while studying advertising at East Tennessee State University before moving to
Nashville, where he became the resident performer at honky tonk bar The Turf. After signing to
Capricorn Records in 1994, he released his debut album, In My Wildest Dreams, and Kenny Chesney
tickets for an accompanying tour. A year later, he moved labels to BNA and recorded sophomore “All
I Need To Know,” while the demand for Kenny Chesney tickets increased in 1997 when he picked up
New Male Vocalist of the Year and scored the first of his many US Hot Country Songs number ones
with “She’s Got It All.” 1999’s Everywhere We Go was followed by the sale of Kenny Chesney tickets
for a Greatest Hits tour featuring Leann Womack, and sixth studio effort, No Shoes, No Shirt, No
Problems, which reached the top of the Billboard 200 in 2002. Fans then snapped up Kenny Chesney
tickets for 2003’s Margaritas N’ Senoritas tour, and after venturing into the festive market with All I
Want For Christmas Is A Real Good Tan, he achieved a further three consecutive number one albums
with When The Sun Goes Down, Be as You Are (Songs From An Old Blue Chair) and The Road & The
Radio. Recorded in front of fans with Kenny Chesney tickets for his 2006 tour, live album, Live Those
Songs Again, was followed by collaborations with Tracy Lawrence and Reba McEntire, and 2007’s
highest-grossing country tour, The Flip-Flop Summer Tour. In 2008, the star crushed his foot after
getting his boot stuck in a hydraulic lift in front of thousands of fans with Kenny Chesney tickets for
his Poets & Pirates tour opener at Columbia’s Williams-Brice Stadium. However, despite his injury,
Chesney soldiered on and fulfilled every single date. Staged in support of Lucky Old Sun, 2009’s Sun
City Carnival tour saw him visit both small and large venues in a bid to keep the price of Kenny
Chesney tickets down. In 2010, he hit the big screen with a 3D concert movie recorded in front of
thousands of fans with Kenny Chesney tickets, and after adding to his tally of US number one albums
with Hemingway’s Whiskey and Life on a Rock, he announced the release of Kenny Chesney tickets
for a series of summer 2015 stadium shows with Jason Aldean.
In My Wildest Dreams (1994)
All I Need to Know (1995)
Me and You (1996)
I Will Stand (1997)
Everywhere We Go (1999)
No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem (2002)
When the Sun Goes Down (2004)
Be As You Are (Songs From an Old Blue Chair (2005)
The Road and the Radio (2005)
Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates (2007)
Lucky Old Son (2008)
Hemingway's Whiskey (2010)
Welcome to the Fishbowl (2012)
Life on a Rock (2013)
The Big Revival (2014)
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Kenny Chesney Ticket News
10-27-15: Country superstar Kenny Chesney will be out on the road with Miranda Lambert next summer. The county powerhouse on Tuesday announced the "Spread the Love" Tour, which has them playing stadiums across the U.S. between April and August. Sam Hunt and Old Dominion will also support along the trek. Chesney will announce the next wave of shows in the coming weeks. For now, view the complete list of dates in the "Schedule" tab above.
6-18-15: 29 more dates remain on Kenny Chesney’s Big Revival Tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through the end of August. Over the next two months, the average price for Kenny Chesney tickets is $185.34 on the secondary market. Chesney’s top-priced gig comes on July 22 at Harveys Outdoor Arena in Nevada. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $274.74 and the get-in price is $150. On the opposite side of the monetary spectrum, Chesney’s cheapest ticket will be at Target Center on July 19, with tickets averaging at $121.59 and get-in price starting at $36.
5-28-15: Kenny Chesney’s Big Revival Tour, visiting 52 North American cities, features fellow country stars such as Jake Owen, Chase Rice, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban and Brantley Gilbert. The Big Revival Tour, concluding on August 29th at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, features an overall secondary market ticket price of $181.60. The least expensive show will take place when the tour stops at the Ford Center in Indiana on June 4th, averaging $93.40 with a get-in price of $36.00.
5-6-15: Singer Kenny Chesney has released 11 albums and 9 have been certified in gold in his music career. Chesney is now on tour for support of his latest album “The Big Revival.” His 2015 tour kicked off in March and the performer will be busy this month with numerous concert shows booked at various cities and venues.
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Kenny Chesney Tour Dates
2016 'Spread the Love' Tour Dates w/ Miranda Lambert
April 23 — Auburn, Ala @ Jordan Hare Stadium
May 7 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Chase Field
June 4 — Arlington, Texas @ AT&T Stadium
June 18 — Milwaukee, Wisc. @ Miller Park
June 25 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ Lincoln Financial Field
July 2 — Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Heinz Field
July 16 — Kansas City, Mo. @ Arrowhead Stadium
July 23 — Seattle, Wash. @ Century Link Field
Aug. 6 — Santa Clara, Calif. @ Levi’s Stadium
Aug. 13 — Detroit, Mich. @ Ford Field
Aug. 20 — East Rutherford, N.J. @ MetLife Stadium