May 7th, 2015


Kenny and his Big Revival 2015 Tour teams up with Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour for the first of a dozen shows together. “It’s an absolute honor to open in Santa Clara CA, the 49ers Stadium as the first music act,” the 8-time Entertainer of the Year said. “To feel the love and energy… We are here tonight for one reason: because you are here with us tonight! That you care about music, that you have it in your life…” Dressed in a faded grey t-shirt emblazoned with “Tuff Gong * Kingston, Jamaica” and jeans, the man The Los Angeles Times called “The People’s Superstar” looked very much like the people who came to share the music, the night and the exhilaration. They cheered throughout the over two hour set, which saw the return of Aldean for an extended encore that included “Hurt So Good” and “The Only Way I Know.” When Kenny Chesney kicked off his Big Revival 2015 Tour with two sold-out nights at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, he knew it was going to be a big summer. But as thrilling as the arena shows are, the man who’s the only country artist in Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years – headlining for only 12 – knows he’s the most alive when he’s taking his always high-energy shows to the largest venues. Kenny Chesney’s The Big Revival Tour is presented by Corona Light & Blue Chair Bay Rum.


  1. Nicole Gray says:

    I have seen Kenny in concert many times, so run, don’t walk to get tickets when he comes to a venue near you. It is worth every dollar.

    Nicole Gray
    NY, NY

  2. Alexis Hill says:

    I was at that concert at 49ers Stadium and Kenny was amazing! Didn’t want the show to end. As they say, don’t sleep on this concert.

    Alexis Hill
    Petaluma, CA

  3. Tim Bowman says:

    A Kenny Chesney concert gives you your money’s worth and then some. This dude is a born entertainer.

    Tim Bowman
    Lexington, KY

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