Kenny Chesney’s SUN GOES DOWN 2024 Rehearsals Are ON

It’s ALL Happening
Kenny Chesney Sun Goes Down 2024 Rehearsals
Are On & Full-Tilt Rocking

21 Stadiums, 10 Amphitheaters
Old Friends, New Friends, No Shoes Nation

Kicks Off April 20 at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium

(Somewhere North of Nashville) – The tape is on the floor… Marley, the swordfish, is out of his road case… The walls of the hard concrete space are covered with massive screens… and country music’s most high-velocity band has reported for duty. Kenny Chesney, who has spent the last several weeks moving from cutting video to sorting through light cues, working up songs with his band and setting up BORN, his first new project in four years, is starting to bring it all together in anticipation of the first show of his Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.

“This is where it all starts to really feel real,” Chesney says with a laugh. “We’ve got the stage and the T taped off. We have room to really play off each other and jam while we’re dialing the songs back in. But even more, all the teams are together, and we’re catching up after so many months off! When you’ve got a road family like I do, it’s a rush just being together.”

With new footage for some of the old favorites, a few surprise additions to the set list and a few new songs, Sun Goes Down 2024 is taking on the momentum of a full-tilt summer supernova.

Having spent last spring and early summer with his taking-it-to-the-roots I Go Back 2023 Tour of those arenas and markets where he rose to major headlining status, the only country artist to be on Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Artists of the Last 25 Years for the past 15 years is fired up to get back to parking lot parties, stadium-sized guitar parts and a force field of energy like no other.

Running through Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. for the Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour’s unprecedented three nights – August 23, 24, 25 – in what has become a No Shoes Nation tour-ending tradition, the songwriter/superstar from East Tennessee is ramping up the music for another summer that says everything about being alive and grateful in the moment.

“I never take my band for granted,” explains the eight-time Entertainer of the Year. “When we get into rehearsals and the massive amounts of sound start bouncing off the walls, it just makes you stop and take it in. After all these years, there’s nothing like hearing Kenny or John or Danny taking a solo, and nobody plays drums like Nick Buda. Harmoni and Wyatt, the way they fill in harmonies? It’s a sound unlike any other, and I get to listen to them for the rest of the summer!”

Once again presented by Blue Chair Bay® Rum, the Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour brings all the high-velocity energy and songs people know by heart back to America’s favorite football stadiums.

Kenny Chesney’s Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour
with Zac Brown Band, Megan Moroney & Uncle Kracker
April 20           Tampa, Fla.  ||  Raymond James Stadium
April 27           Charlotte, N.C.  ||  Bank of America Stadium
May 4              Minneapolis, Minn.  ||  U.S. Bank Stadium
May 9              The Woodlands, Texas  ||  The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion^
May 11            Arlington, Texas  ||  AT&T Stadium
May 16            Hollywood, Fla.  ||  Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino^
May 18            Atlanta, Ga.  ||  Mercedes-Benz Stadium
May 25            Landover, Md.  ||  Commanders Field
May 30            Syracuse, N.Y.  ||  Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview^
June 1              Pittsburgh, Pa.  ||  Acrisure Stadium
June 6              Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio  ||  Blossom Music Center
June 8              Philadelphia, Pa.  ||  Lincoln Financial Field
June 13            Maryland Heights, Mo.  ||  Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre^
June 15            Chicago, Ill.  ||  Soldier Field
June 20            Noblesville, Ind.  ||  Ruoff Music Center^
June 22            Milwaukee, Wisc.  ||  American Family Field
June 27            Darien Center, N.Y.  ||  Darien Lake Amphitheater^
June 29            Cincinnati, Ohio  ||  TQL Stadium*
July 6              Kansas City, Mo.  ||  GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
July 11             Boise, Idaho  ||  Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater^
July 13             Seattle, Wash.  ||  Lumen Field
July 16            Salt Lake City, Utah  ||  America First Field*
July 18            Wheatland, Calif.  ||  Toyota Amphitheatre^
July 20            Los Angeles, Calif.  ||  SoFi Stadium
July 24            Phoenix, Ariz.  ||  Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre^
July 27            Denver, Colo.  ||  Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
Aug. 3             Nashville, Tenn.  ||  Nissan Stadium
Aug. 8             Columbus, Ohio  ||  Historic Crew Stadium*
Aug. 10           Detroit, Mich.  ||  Ford Field
Aug. 15           Bangor, Maine  ||  Maine Savings Amphitheater^
Aug. 17           East Rutherford, N.J.  ||  MetLife Stadium
Aug. 23           Foxborough, Mass.  ||  Gillette Stadium
Aug. 24           Foxborough, Mass.  ||  Gillette Stadium
Aug. 25           Foxborough, Mass.  ||  Gillette Stadium
* Megan Moroney and Uncle Kracker only
^ Megan Moroney only

“…because everything gets hotter when the sun goes down…”