Kenny Chesney 2015 Big Revival Tour


Kenny Chesney will be back on the stage in 2015 to perform for his adoring fans. Chesney took 2014 off from touring after his No Shoes Nation Stadium Tour with Eric Church in 2013. With a year to refresh, he’s ready to get back to the grind, and he’ll be joined by another country superstar.

Chesney’s The Big Revival Tour features twenty-four confirmed dates, including ten stops with Jason Aldean. Aldean is planning is Burn It Down Tour for 2015 and the two will be rocking together in many of the nation’s largest stadiums.

Currently, Chesney’s most expensive tour stop is at Lambeau Field on June 20th. He’ll be performing with Jason Aldean and Brantley Gilbert and the average price for Kenny Chesney tickets on the secondary market is $267. The cheapest ticket just to get into the stadium is currently $105.

The second priciest stop will take place a few months later when Chesney (joined by Aldean and Brantley, as well) visit Massachusetts at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. The average price is currently $255 on the secondary market and you can get in for under $100.

On the flip side of the coin, the cheapest tickets for the Big Revival Tour is on May 16th at the AT&T Stadium. The average price is $132, less than half of what it costs (on average) for a seat at Lambeau Field. Part of the reason the price is so inexpensive compared to the other dates is because there is significantly more available seats at AT&T Stadium compared to the other venues. While Lambeau and Gillette can hold a great number of people, AT&T is in a class of its own. And when quantity available is very high, the price will drop to compensate.

That’s also the case for the second least expensive tour stop. On August 1st, Chesney, Aldean, and Gilbert will visit Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Currently, tickets to see Chesney at Arrowhead Stadium have an average ticket price of $148 with a get-in rate of $46. And once again, quantity available is driving the low price as this is date has the second most available tickets for any Big Revival Tour show.

Below is the confirmed tour dates for Kenny Chesney’s Big Revival Tour:
Friday 4/3/15 | The Joint | Las Vegas, NV
Friday 4/4/15 | The Joint | Las Vegas, NV
Friday 4/24/15 | Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncasville, CT
Saturday 4/25/15 | Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncasville, CT
Saturday 5/2/15 | Levi’s Stadium | San Francisco, CA
Saturday 5/9/15 | Lucas Oil Stadium | Indianapolis, IN
Saturday 5/16/15 | AT&T Stadium | Dallas, TX
Friday 5/22/15 | BBVA Compass Stadium | Houston, TX
Wednesday 5/27/15 | Merriweather Post Pavilion | Columbia, MD
Saturday 5/30/15 | Heinz Field | Pittsburgh, PA
Saturday 6/13/15 | Georgia Dome | Atlanta, GA
Saturday 6/20/15 | Lambeau Field | Green Bay, WI
Saturday 6/21/15 | Ohio Stadium | Columbus, OH
Saturday 6/27/15 | CenturyLink Field | Seattle, WA
Saturday 7/11/15 | Lincoln Financial Field | Philadelphia, PA
Saturday 7/18/15 | Target Field | Minneapolis, MN
Sunday 7/19/15 | Target Field | Minneapolis, MN
Saturday 7/25/15 | Rose Bowl | Pasadena, CA
Saturday 8/1/15 | Arrowhead Stadium | Kansas City, MO
Saturday 8/8/15 | Sports Authority Field at Mile High | Denver, CO
Saturday 8/15/15 | MetLife Stadium | East Rutherford, NJ
Saturday 8/22/15 | Ford Field | Detroit, MI
Friday 8/28/15 | Gillette Stadium | Foxboro, MA
Saturday 8/29/15 | Gillette Stadium | Foxboro, MA