Kenny Chesney 'Chillaxification 2020 Tour' Is Coming Close To Home

It seems crazy to start thinking about the 2020 Concert Season already...But with this big of news you can't help but be excited. Kenny Chesney just announced that he is heading back to the stadiums with his Chillaxification 2020 Tour!

Joining him for the summer’s adventure is the huge duo Florida Georgia Line and the incredibly talented Old Dominion along summer touring sensation Michael Franti & Spearhead (“Say Hey (I Love You)”).

The Chillaxification 2020 kicks off Saturday, April 18 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas – and culminates Friday, August 28 with his 20th show at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. Just before that will see him at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on August, 22nd 2020. Tickets for all dates will go on sale next Friday, October 4th at 10 a.m. local time...You best believe Country 107-3 WRWD will have the chance for you to win them before you can buy em' starting next Monday!

Here is the complete schedule:

Kenny Chesney’s "Chillaxification" 2020 Tour

with Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion and Michael Franti & Spearhead

April 18                       AT&T Stadium                                                   Arlington, Texas

April 25                       Miller Park                                                         Milwaukee, Wis.

May 2                          U.S. Bank Stadium                                            Minneapolis, Minn.                                                                                                       

May 9                          Raymond James Stadium                                Tampa, Fla.

May16                        Mercedes-Benz Stadium                                 Atlanta, Ga.

May 22                        Minute Maid Park                                            Houston, Texas

May 23                        The Alamodome                                              San Antonio, Texas

May 30                        Heinz Field                                                         Pittsburgh, Pa.

June 6                         Lincoln Financial Field                                     Philadelphia, Pa.

June 13                       Busch Stadium                                                  St. Louis, Mo.

June 20                       Ohio Stadium                                                    Columbus, Ohio

June 27                       Nissan Stadium                                                 Nashville, Tenn.

July 11                         Arrowhead Stadium                                        Kansas City, Mo.

July 18                         CenturyLink Field                                             Seattle, Wash.

July 25                         Soldier Field                                                      Chicago, Ill.

August 1                     SoFi Stadium                                                     Los Angeles, Calif.

August 8                     Empower Field at Mile High                           Denver, Colo.

August 15                   Ford Field                                                           Detroit, Mich.

August 22                  MetLife Stadium                                               East Rutherford, NJ

August 28                   Gillette Stadium                                               Foxboro, Mass.

...With more dates to be announced!         

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