Kenny Chesney Santa Clara Tickets
Kenny Chesney continues to Spread the Love alongside Miranda Lambert, Old Dominion and Sam Hunt, as the phenomenal performers return to the Levi’s Stadium. The multiplatinum-selling country singer is heading back to the house of the San Francisco 49ers on August 6, promising fans with Kenny Chesney Santa Clara tickets an epic musical evening. Touring in support of his 2014 album “The Big Revival”, Chesney has another one in the pipeline, scheduled for a July release. Titled “Some Town Somewhere”, the country sensation has released only one song from it, Noise, and it has reached the 9th position on the Billboard Country charts.
Kenny Chesney Gets Ready to Make Some ‘Noise’ at the Levi’s Stadium
Country music’s King of the Road, Kenny Chesney will continue to the Spread the Love throughout the summer, as his North American trek wraps up on August 27. Along with Miranda Lambert, Old Dominion and Sam Hunt, Chesney will head back to the Levi’s Stadium on popular demand and the rising demand of Kenny Chesney Santa Clara tickets suggests a jam-packed arena.
Kenny Chesney’s concerts are an event to remember as he gets the party going with a slew of hits, sing-along anthems and covers of tracks by his favorite singers. He brings his unmatched energy to the stage, kicking off the set with “Beer in Mexico” and setting the momentum for the rest of the show. He keeps the crowd on its feet with the acclaimed songs “Til It’s Gone”, “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service”, “Summertime”, “I Go Back”, “Young”, “How Forever Feels” and “Living in Fast Forward”.
Chesney will also treat the fans to his new single “Noise” which will feature on his 17th album “Some Town Somewhere.”. One of his most personal efforts, the album is about seizing life in all its forms, cherishing simple things and moments that one would want to last forever. Co-produced with Buddy Cannon, the album also features songs written by the award winners Allison Moorer, Hayes Carll and John Ed Baumann. Kenny Chesney has promised fans some new melodies and hopes that they find it even better than his previous records.