Country star Kenny Chesney will head out on a massive stadium tour next year.
The Chillaxification 2020 Tour will kick-off on April 18 at the AT&T STadium in Arlington Texas. From there, he’ll visit cities like Atlanta, Pitssburgh, St. Louis, and Seattle, making stops at Houston’s Minute Maid Park, Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford before wrapping-up at Foxborough’s Gillette Stadium late August. Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion, and Michael Franti and Spearhead will provide support.
This year, Chesney opted to perform at smaller venues and visit some new cities for the first time while on his intimate Songs for the Saints Tour. However, next year, he’s heading back to much larger stadium venues, which he claims are “so powerful.” More dates will be announced in the coming months.
“These stadium shows are the most fun thing I do,” Chesney said in a press release. “It’s been a year, so when I get out there, I wanna make sure that No Shoes Nation is being rocked, having fun and getting all the music they can out of the day. We always try to do something different, bring someone new — and for anyone who’s never seen Michael Franti and Spearhead, just wait!”
Chesney released the LP Songs for the Saints in 2018 and returned earlier this year with the track “Tip of My Tongue.” Throughout his 30-year career, Chesney has become a staple in the industry, producing timeless hits like “American Kids,” “All the Pretty Girls,” and “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.”
Check out his full list of upcoming tour dates below.
Kenny Chesney Chillaxification Tour 2020
April 18 — Arlington, Texas @ AT&T Stadium
April 25 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin @ Miller Park
May 2 — Minneapolis, Minnesota @ U.S. Bank Stadium
May 9 — Tampa, Florida @ Raymond James Stadium
May 16 — Atlanta, Georgia @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
May 22 — Houston, Texas @ Minute Maid Park
May 23 — San Antonio, Texas @ The Alamodome
May 30 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania @ Heinz Field
June 6 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ Lincoln Financial Field
June 13 — St. Louis, Missouri @ Busch Stadium
June 20 — Columbus, Ohio @ Ohio Stadium
June 27 — Nashville, Tennessee @ Nissan Stadium
July 11 — Kansas City, Missouri @ Arrowhead Stadium
July 18 — Seattle, Washington @ CenturyLink Field
July 25 — Chicago, Illinois @ Soldier Field
Aug. 1 — Inglewood, California @ SoFi Stadium
Aug. 8 — Denver, Colorado @ Empower Field at Mile High
Aug. 15 — Denver, Colorado @ Ford Field Detroit, Mich.
Aug. 22 — East Rutherford, New Jersey @ MetLife Stadium
Aug. 28 — Foxborough, Massachusetts @ Gillette Stadium
Last Updated on September 25, 2019 by Olivia Perreault