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Kenny Chesney kicking off 'No Shoes Nation' tour this weekend

Kenny Chesney kicking off 'No Shoes Nation' tour this weekend

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Kenny Chesney is set take his "pirate flag" across the nation.  The country superstar is launching his "No Shoes Nation" tour this weekend, with a show in Tampa, Florida on Saturday.  Chesney will play 47 shows over the course of the five-and-a-half-month trek, which he'll bring to a close with a two-night stand in Foxboro, Massachusetts on August 23rd and 24th. 

The Eli Young Band and Kacey Musgraves are also on board for the majority of the dates, while Eric Church will take part in most of the stadium shows - including the tour opener.  Select stadium dates will feature Zac Brown Band instead of Church. 

Chesney is supporting his upcoming album, "Life on a Rock," with the tour.  The disc, which features Kenny's current hit "Pirate Flag," will be in stores on April 30th. 


Check out where he's stopping by: 

March 16 - Tampa, Florida, at Raymond James Stadium 
March 21 - Albany, New York, at the Times Union Arena 
March 22 & 23 - Uncasville, Connecticut, at the Mohegan Sun Arena 
April 4 - Lafayette, Louisiana, at the Cajundome 
April 5 - Austin, Texas, at the Austin360Amphitheater 
April 11 - Orange Beach, Alabama, at The Amphitheater At The Wharf 
April 13 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at the Rock The Ocean's Tortuga Music Festival 
April 19 & 20 - Las Vegas, Nevada, at  The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 
April 25 - Grand Rapids, Michigan, at the Van Andel Arena 
April 26 - Peoria, Illinois, at the Peoria Civic Center 
April 27 - Des Moines, Iowa, at the Wells Fargo Arena 
May 4 - Columbia, South Carolina, at Williams Brice Stadium 
May 11 - Dallas, Texas, at Cowboys Stadium 
May 16 - Fort Wayne, Indiana, at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum 
May 18 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at Miller Park 
May 23 - Raleigh, North Carolina, at the Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion 
May 25 - Landover, Maryland, at FedExField 
May 30 - Boise, Idaho, at the Taco Bell Arena 
June 1 - Seattle, Washington, at CenturyLink Field 
June 6 - Virginia Beach, Virginia, at the Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach 
June 8 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at Lincoln Financial Field 
June 13 - Indianapolis, Indiana, at the Klipsch Music Center 
June 15 - Kansas City, Missouri, at Arrowhead Stadium 
June 20 - Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, at the Blossom Music Center 
June 22 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at Heinz Field 
June 27 - St. Louis, Missouri, at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 
June 28 - Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Riverbend Music Center 
June 29 - Columbus, Ohio, at Crew Stadium 
July 6 - Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Canada, at the Cavendish Beach Music Festival 
July 12 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, at Target Field 
July 14 - Craven, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the Craven Country Jamboree 
July 18 - Salt Lake City, Utah, at the USANA Amphitheater 
July 20 - Denver, Colorado, at Sports Authority Field at Mile High 
July 24 - Fresno, California, at the Savemart Center 
July 25 - Mountain View,  California, at the Shoreline Amphitheater 
July 27 - Anaheim, California, at Angels Stadium 
August 1 - Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 
August 3 - Atlanta, Georgia, at the GeorgiaDome 
August 7 - Bangor, Maine, at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion 
August 10 - East Rutherford, New Jersey, at MetLife Stadium 
August 15 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre 
August 17 - Detroit, Michigan, at Ford Field 
August 21 - Canandaigua, New York, at the CMAC 
August 23 & 24 - Foxboro, Massachusetts, at Gillette Stadium 

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