Kenny Chesney Pushes Chillaxification Tour to 2022

After Kenny Chesneys 2020 Chillaxification Tour was originally postponed to summer 2021, this morning the superstar announced the tour would once again be postponed to 2022 due to the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. In a letter to his fans, Chesney hopes to be able to have all the elements of a No Shoes Nation concert.

“So here comes reality. We’re moving to 2022… Where I feel better about us all being together safely. I’d rather keep everyone safe [and] know we can rock for years to come,” Chesney shares. In most major cities, ‘Kenny Day’ has become a summer favorite as Kenny Chesney‘s stadium tour makes its way through the country all summer long. The heartbreaking news that the already postponed Chillaxification Tour is officially being rescheduled yet again to 2022 comes on the heels of a very difficult year for all.

Despite the fact that ‘Kenny Day’ will not come to stages around the country this summer, it’s safe to say that when the No Shoes Nation family returns, it’s going to be a hell of a tour!

All of the stadiums on the 2021 itinerary will still host Chesney’s 2022 tour. However, it will be a completely new show with a new name, new line-up, and plenty of new music. The details are expected to come soon including all new dates.

For fans who already have tickets, all tickets will still be honored for the new dates. For patrons unable to attend the rescheduled shows, a refund at the original point of purchase may be requested in the coming days.

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Kenny Chesney moves Chillaxification Tour to 2022 / Photo Credit: Jill Trunell

Kenny Chesney moves Chillaxification Tour to 2022 / Photo Credit: Jill Trunell


Kenny Chesney’s Chillaxification Original 2020 Tour Dates:
with Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion and Michael Franti & Spearhead
April 18                  AT&T Stadium                                       Arlington, Texas
April 25                  Miller Park                                              Milwaukee, Wis.
May 2                     U.S. Bank Stadium                                  Minneapolis, Minn.
May 9                     Raymond James Stadium                        Tampa, Fla.
May16                    Mercedes-Benz Stadium                         Atlanta, Ga.
May 22                   Minute Maid Park                                   Houston, Texas
May 23                   The Alamodome                                      San Antonio, Texas
May 30                   Heinz Field                                              Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 6                     Lincoln Financial Field                           Philadelphia, Pa.
June 13                   Busch Stadium                                        St. Louis, Mo.
June 20                   Ohio Stadium                                          Columbus, Ohio
June 27                   Nissan Stadium                                       Nashville, Tenn.
July 11                    Arrowhead Stadium                                Kansas City, Mo.
July 18                    CenturyLink Field                                   Seattle, Wash.
July 25                    Soldier Field                                            Chicago, Ill.
August 1                 SoFi Stadium                                           Los Angeles, Calif.
August 8                 Empower Field at Mile High                  Denver, Colo.
August 15               Ford Field                                                Detroit, Mich.
August 22               MetLife Stadium                                     East Rutherford, NJ
August 28               Gillette Stadium                                      Foxboro, Mass.