Kenny Chesney Announces Rescheduled Chillaxification Stadium Tour Dates For 2021

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Kenny Chesney Reschedules Chillaxification tour for 2021
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Kenny Chesney is ready to hit the road.

The “Get Along” singer has set new dates for his postponed Chillaxification Tour and 2021 is looking hotter than ever.

There were so many questions, so many unknowns, but I believe music makes a difference in people’s lives, so everyone on my team has worked overtime trying to get this sorted out. #noshoesnation, everybody is ready to get back out there to do what we all do best: rock hard, sing loud, enjoy the moment, love our friends and create memories that will last a lifetime, ⁣” said Chesney.

[RELATED: Kenny Chesney Cancels Chillaxification Tour Dates For 2020]

The 19 new dates have Kenny kicking off the Chillaxification tour on May 1 in Tampa, Florida, with stops in Nashville, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Denver and Detroit. Kenny will be taking opening acts Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion and Michael Franti & Spearhead, all of whom were scheduled to appear on the original tour.

“The response to the ‘We Do’ video tells me everybody is ready to get back out there to do what we all do best: rock hard, sing loud, enjoy the moment, love our friends and create memories that will last a lifetime,” added Chesney.

Original tickets will be valid for the rescheduled show dates. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled shows, you have thirty (30) days from June 15  to request a refund at the point of purchase. Originally scheduled Houston and San Antonio shows were unable to be rescheduled for 2021. Refunds will be made available.

Kenny Chesney 2021 Chillaxification Tour Stadium Dates
May 1                 Raymond James Stadium                   Tampa, Fla.
May 8                 Miller Park                                          Milwaukee, Wis.
May 15               Nissan Stadium                                   Nashville, Tenn.
May 22               Mercedes-Benz Stadium                    Atlanta, Ga.
May 29               Arrowhead Stadium                            Kansas City, Mo.
June 5                 U.S. Bank Stadium                             Minneapolis, Minn.
June 12               Heinz Field                                         Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 19               Lincoln Financial Field                      Philadelphia, Pa.
June 26               Soldier Field                                       Chicago, Ill.
July 3                 Bobcat Stadium                                  Bozeman, Mont.
July 10               Busch Stadium                                    St. Louis, Mo.
July 17               CenturyLink Field                              Seattle, Wash.
July 24               SoFi Stadium                                      Inglewood, Calif.
July 31               Empower Field at Mile High              Denver, Colo.
August 7            AT&T Stadium                                   Arlington, Texas
August 14          Ford Field                                           Detroit, Mich.
August 21          MetLife Stadium                                East Rutherford, N.J.
Aug 27 & 28      Gillette Stadium                                 Foxborough, Mass.