Messina Touring Group have announced the rescheduled stadium dates for Chesney’s Chillaxification Tour (below), which will visit 18 venues with the same lineup of special guests: Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion and Michael Franti & Spearhead.
“I kept talking to experts, city officials, team owners, medical people, looking to understand how we were coming along with resolving the health issues,” Chesney explains. “I had kept hoping that as time passed, information would not only increase, but there would be some sort of solution so people could come back together. But things weren’t getting any clearer, so I did the hardest thing for me, but obviously best option for the safety of No Shoes Nation, my road family and everyone at the buildings involved.”
“So much goes into the stadium shows, people have no idea,” Chesney says. “Take all of that, then factor in all the other issues that come with rescheduling, making sure there aren’t conflicts with baseball or other events nearby – and maintain the kind of quality we want to bring. There were so many questions, so many unknowns, but I believe music makes a difference in people’s lives, so everyone on my team, the promoter’s team and all of the people we deal with have worked overtime trying to get this sorted out.
“With Here And Now, we have so much great music! The response to the ‘We Do’ video tells me everybody is ready to get back out there to do what we all do best: rock hard, sing loud, enjoy the moment, love our friends and create memories that will last a lifetime.”
Original tickets are automatically valid for the rescheduled show dates. Patrons unable to attend the rescheduled shows have thirty (30) days from today’s date to request a refund at the point of purchase. As the 2020 shows set for Houston and San Antonio are unable to be rescheduled for 2021, guests in those markets will also receive a refund. Rescheduled amphitheater show dates will be announced shortly.
Kenny Chesney 2021 Chillaxification Tour Stadium Dates
May 1 Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Fla.
May 8 Miller Park Milwaukee, Wis.
May 15 Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tenn.
May 22 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, Ga.
May 29 Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Mo.
June 5 U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minn.
June 12 Heinz Field Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 19 Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, Pa.
June 26 Soldier Field Chicago, Ill.
July 3 Bobcat Stadium Bozeman, Mont.
July 10 Busch Stadium St. Louis, Mo.
July 17 CenturyLink Field Seattle, Wash.
July 24 SoFi Stadium Inglewood, Calif.
July 31 Empower Field at Mile High Denver, Colo.
August 7 AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas
August 14 Ford Field Detroit, Mich.
August 21 MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, N.J.
Aug 27 & 28 Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Mass.
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