Kenny Chesney fans have been anxiously awaiting his return to the big stage. He previously had to postpone his entire planned 2020 Chillaxification Tour due to the coronavirus pandemic so news of a new tour has been a long time coming. Though the dates were planned to be rescheduled for 2021, the country star has decided to take a break until he hits the road next year. His tour has officially been rebranded as the Here and Now Tour with dates on the calendar around the country.
The new tour will be stopping at the same venues that were planned for the Chillaxification Tour which include major stadiums like Houston's Minute Maid Park and Nashville's Nissan Stadium. Those who purchased tickets from the original tour will be able to keep them for the new dates or seek a refund if preferred.
"The idea that it would be three years before I would stand in the end zone of [Massachusetts'] Gillette Stadium, where No Shoes Nation was born, wasn't something any of us could conceive [in 2020]," says Chesney in a press release. "I still can't really believe it ... We're calling the tour Here and Now 2022 because when we get together, there is only the present -- and it's so electric and good, I know I don't want it to end. I just want to be 100 percent there with all of you."
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The rebranded name of the tour is fitting as the superstar released his single "Here and Now," which he co-wrote with Craig Wiseman, David Lee Murphy, and David Garcia, back in 2020. The song is featured on Chesney's nineteenth studio album, also called Here and Now, which was released on May 1, 2020.
Kenny Chesney Here and Now Tour Dates:
April 23 - Raymond James Stadium Tampa, Fla.
May 7 - Busch Stadium St. Louis, Mo.
May 14 - American Family Field Milwaukee, Wis.
May 21 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, Ga.
May 28 - Nissan Stadium Nashville, Tenn.
June 4 - AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas
June 11 - Heinz Field Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 18 - Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, Pa.
June 25 - Soldier Field Chicago, Ill.
July 2 - GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium Kansas City, Mo.
July 9 - Bobcat Stadium Bozeman, Mont.
July 16 - Lumen Field Seattle, Wash.
July 23 - SoFi Stadium Inglewood, Calif.
July 30 - Empower Field at Mile High Denver, Colo.
August 6 - U.S. Bank Stadium Minneapolis, Minn.
August 13 - MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, N.J.
August 20 - Ford Field Detroit, Mich.
August 26 - Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Mass.
August 27 - Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Mass.
This article was originally published in 2020 but has since been updated.