Kenny Chesney Adds 2 More Stops On His Star-Studded Headlining Tour

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Kenny Chesney announced two more stops on his headlining “Sun Goes Down Tour” on Monday morning (February 12). Chesney and Lucky artist Megan Moroney are slated to stop in Idaho and Arizona this summer.

The “I Go Back” megastar will take the stage on July 11 at Ford Amphitheater in Boise, Idaho. He’s set to perform on July 24 at Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre in Phoenix, Arizona. Tickets will be available to the general public this Friday (February 16), per his announcement.

The “Sun Goes Down Tour” kicks off on April 20 in Tampa, Florida. Chesney will stop in North Carolina, Texas, Washington, Utah, California, Tennessee and other destinations before wrapping up the tour in August with three back-to- back nights in Foxborough, Massachussetts. The tour also includes Zac Brown Band and Uncle Kracker.

Chesney said when he announced his headlining tour in November that his early 2000s anthem, “When the Sun Goes Down,” “captured a vibe and a moment so perfectly. No matter how much fun you’re having all day long, ‘everything gets hotter when the sun goes down.’ I know from years of experience that’s true. So I can’t wait to get back out there in stadiums across the country with [Zac Brown Band], [Megan Moroney] and [Uncle Kracker] for the Sun Goes Down 2024 Stadium Tour. There’s nothing like 60,000 members of [No Shoes Nation] singing these songs... It’s gonna be awesome.”

Chesney is set to release his next full-length studio album, Born, on March 29. Most recently, he released “Take Her Home” and “Just To Say We Did” as fans await his next project. See Chesney’s full list of tour dates below.

April 20 — Tampa, FL

April 27 — Charlotte, NC

May 4 — Minneapolis, MN

May 9 — The Woodlands, TX

May 11 — Arlington, TX

May 18 — Atlanta, GA

May 25 — Landover, MD

June 1 — Pittsburgh, PA

June 8 — Philadelphia, PA

June 15 — Chicago, IL

June 22 — Milwaukee, WI

June 29 — Cincinnati, OH

July 6 — Kansas City, MO

July 11 — Boise, ID

July 13 — Seattle, WA

July 16 — Salt Lake City, UT

July 20 — Los Angeles, CA

July 24 — Phoenix, AZ

July 27 — Denver, CO

August 3 — Nashville, TN

August 8 — Columbus, OH

August 10 — Detroit, MI

August 17 — East Rutherford, NJ

August 23 — Foxborough, MA

August 24 — Foxborough, MA

August 25 — Foxborough, MA

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