We were hit earlier this year with the news that Kenny Chesneywas once again postponing his tour until 2022.
Needless to say, it hurt Chesney as much as it did his fanbase, No Shoes Nation, as he delivered this heartfelt message:
“When we hit pause on our 2020 tour, I never thought we would go much past the fall, let alone 2021.
“I still can’t really believe it. But in the middle of all of this, I know it’s true… and I know how much I miss being out there, being in the thick of the most passionate place in the world: No Shoes Nation.
Anywhere they plant their flags, bring their passion, their friends and their will to rock, it reminds me that to be in the moment is everything No Shoes Nation is about!
With every city, county and state having their own protocols, with capacity numbers shifting every day, I didn’t want to announce until we knew we could come full on… strong… and without a care in the world. I always want to be that place where you can let go, feel safe, and have the time of the summer.
After a lot of work on a lot of people’s parts, a lot of cooperation from the folks at the stadiums, the place we’re coming and the teams we share those venues with, we’re ready to announce the Here And Now 2022 Stadium Tour.”
The tour is slated to kick off on April 23rd, 2022, in Tampa, Florida and run through late August.
Here And Now 2022 Tour Dates:
April 23, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
May 7, Busch Stadium, St. Louis, Missouri
May 14, American Family Field, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
May 21, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
May 28, Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee
June 4, AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
June 11, Heinz Field, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
June 18, Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
June 25, Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
July 2, GEHA Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
July 9, Bobcat Stadium, Bozeman, Montreal
July 16, Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington
July 23, SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
July 30, Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
August 6, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
August 13, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
August 20, Ford Field, Detroit, Michigan
August 26, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts
August 27, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts