After taking-it-to-the-roots with his I Go Back 2023 Tour throughout last spring and summer. Kenny Chesney is returning to the road, bringing old friends and new to No Shoes Nation with his Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour.
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Hitting up 18 stadiums, Chesney will be joined by Zac Brown Band, Megan Moroney, and his “When The Sun Goes Down” duet partner Uncle Kracker.
Kicking off April 20, 2024 in Tampa, Florida, the tour will make stops all across the U.S. before conclude in Foxborough, Massachusetts on August 23.
While general ticket sales are set to begin Friday, November 17, pre-sale tickets will be available starting at 10AM local time on Friday November 10, through Thursday, November 16 at 10PM local time. Audacy has a chance for you to get a special pre-sale code, and all you have to do is visit any broadcast Audacy Country station on the free Audacy app starting now.
Sharing about his high hopes and good feels for the upcoming tour in the official press release announcement, Chesney said, “I wanted a name that suggested – obviously – when all the good stuff starts to happen. The one thing I’ve learned about No Shoes Nation and these stadium shows is they start the good times early and they just keep it going,” Chesney says of his 2024 tour name. “But we all know, when the sun goes down, that’s when people really get loose and enjoy themselves.”
SUN GOES DOWN 2024 TOUR
April 20 — Raymond James Stadium — Tampa, Florida
April 27 — Bank of America Stadium — Charlotte, North Carolina
May 4 — U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis — Minnisota
May 11 — AT&T Stadium, Arlington — Texas
May 18 — Mercedes-Benz Stadium — Atlanta, Georgia
May 25 — FedExField — Washington, D.C.
June 1 — Acrisure Stadium — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 8 — Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
June 15 — Soldier Field — Chicago, Illinois
June 22 — American Family Field — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
July 6 — GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium — Kansas City, Missouri
July 13 — Lumen Field — Seattle, Washington
July 20 — SoFi Stadium — Inglewood, California
July 27 — Empower Field at Mile High — Denver, Colorado
Aug. 3 — Nissan Stadium — Nashville, Tennessee
Aug. 10 — US Ford Field — Detroit, Michigan
Aug. 17 — MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford, New Jersey
Aug. 23 — Gillette Stadium — Foxborough, Massachusetts