Kenny Chesney Adds Stadium Shows to ‘Here and Now’ Tour, Reveals Lineup Featuring Old Dominion, Carly Pearce & More

by Chase Thomas
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Kenny Chesney is heading back on tour on April 23, 2022 for his “Here and Now” tour across our great nation.

By this point, it will have been three years since Chesney’s last touring opportunity. It was not supposed to be the case in 2020, but the pandemic scratched his and every other artists’ tours in a heartbeat. Now, No Shoes Nation is back.

Chesney said, “My favorite place in the world is anywhere we all come together. They come strong. They get loud. But most importantly, they live life – every second – for all its worth! They inspire me, and I want to get out there and get going, creating the greatest night of the summer every time we hit the stage.”

Kenny Chesney is not touring alone

The country music star clearly missed playing in front of fans. He talks about the inspiration they give him. Due to the pandemic, he along with so many other talented musicians missed that. They were not able to do what they loved and that was tour and sing for their fans in venues all across the country.

Chesney isn’t coming alone, though. His tour will also include Old Dominion and Carly Pearce. These are two acts that Chesney felt meshed will with his style and vibe as they hit the road in 2022 and play in those hot summer months.

Chesney said of the added acts, “No matter who you are, someone who’s been coming since the very beginning or is curious what the fuss is all about, I wanted to give No Shoes Nation the best lineup of music that’s gonna give them the kind of celebratory night we all deserve after waiting so long.”

Kenny is doing just that with the addition of these two artists. It is a stacked collection of talent that is sure to get fans excited about 2022. Kenny Chesney wants to give the fans a tour to remember.

Where will the tour stop?

What else could fans ask for? “Let’s make this simple!” Chesney says. “It’s been a long time. No Shoes Nation moves around, shows up in lots of cities. So, to say thank you for being the most awesome people in the world, I thought this was a way to recognize the people who do more than one or two stadiums each summer!”

The “Here and Now” tour will make stops in Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, Arlington, and many others. It begins on April 23 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay. Tickets go on for the general public on November 12. Then, it’s just a waiting game for No Shoes Nation for 2020.

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