I've been to quite a few concerts in my time, but you can't really call a Kenny Chesney performance a concert, it is an all night party! If you haven't had the pleasure of singing along with Kenny to his huge collection of hits, this is one party you will not want to miss out on. If you don't have it on your 2022 calendar already put Kenny Chesney on Saturday June, 4th 2022 as he blows the roof of AT&T Stadium.

The tour is being called 'Here and Now Tour 2022, and the reason for that is because that is what Kenny loves most about performing these live shows. He loves that everyone is celebrating the here and now with great country music turned up loud. The show is on the weekend so you don't have to stress about going to work the next day, this will be one night you will not forget.

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For only one week you will be able to get 5 Day Party Pricing tickets to see Kenny Chesney plus his amazing supporting artists of Dan + Shay, Old Dominion, and Carly Pierce. That is one fantastic lineup and you can get tickets at a discount, this is a win-win.

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