Kenny Chensey Wraps Up Tour

Published On August 31, 2015 | By Cheryl Johnstone | Country Music News

Kenny Chesney closed out his 2015 The Big Revival tour on a high note over the weekend with two performances at Gillette Field in Foxborough, MA with co-headliner Jason Aldean. More than 120,000 fans packed the stadium on Friday, August 28th and Saturday, August 29th combined. Without final tallies, it was already determined that in Kenny’s nine trips to Foxborough, he played to over three-quarters of a million fans.

Sporting a Grace Potter & the Nocturnals t-shirt the first night, Kenny brought Matthew Ramsey and Brad Tursi from stadium opener Old Dominion out for “Save It For A Rainy Day,” which they co-wrote; then introduced David Lee Murphy as “the original Hillbilly Rock Star” for “Dust On The Bottle” and “Party Crowd.”

The second night, Robert and John Kraft brought the Patriots’ four Super Bowl trophies onstage during a poignant version of “Boys of Fall.”

Kenny said, “And just when you think it can’t get any better, the last night of the tour hit. The audience was even louder, live-er and sang every single word back to us! You can’t begin to imagine something like that, and knowing we’re putting the tents up for another year, we’ll hear their cheers until it’s time to start it up again for next year.”

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