Thousands of country music fans helped set a new attendance record at Target Field. Almost 85,000 people went to see Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean on Saturday and Sunday.
Here’s what you need to know for July 19, 2015.
It’s official — Kenny Chesney’s Saturday concert at Target Field was the most attended event in the venue’s history.
Police say hundreds of people were ejected from Lambeau Field during a concert featuring country music star Kenny Chesney. Press-Gazette Media reports between 250 and 300 people were kicked out of Saturday’s concert.
In advance of the 50th ACM Awards this Sunday, Radio.com has compiled a who’s who of nominated country artists to help you follow along.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ACMs with a truly American concoction that tastes a bit like suntan lotion—in a good way, of course. The drink honors Kenny Chesney’s No. 1 song from ‘The Big Revival.’
Brooks & Dunn, Reba, Miranda Lambert, George Strait and Kenny Chesney are also among the seven artists honored by the Academy of Country Music with its 50th Anniversary Milestone Award.
“‘American Kids’ was that one thing that I was looking for that was different,” Chesney said. “There’s not that many of those songs around. We’re an industry of chasers and copycats, we really are. That’s just the way it is.”
The 50th annual Academy of Country Music Awards are a month away, and the first performers have just been announced.
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Doubling country fans’ pleasure and doubling their fun was what led to next summer’s double bill, and now Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean are adding a second show. The two country music superstars previously announced they would be performing a show at Target Field next summer.
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Two forces of country nature will be converging for a perfect storm at Target Field next summer. On Monday, Target Field announced it will be hosting both Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean for a double bill concert on Saturday, July 18.
You see them everywhere during summer parades — Shriners. They’re recognizable by the fezzes they wear on their heads and the little cars they drive.
Kenny Chesney’s “No Shoes Nation Tour” with the Zac Brown Band set a Target Field record last week with nearly 44,000 fans attending. In 2012, Chesney and Tim McGraw drew more than 42,500 fans to Target Field for their “Brothers of the Sun Tour.”
It took a while, but a spokesperson with Target Field says they are finally making up for the business they lost early in the season.
The No Shoes Nation Tour at Target Field opens the gates at 4 p.m. and the music starts at 5 p.m. BUZ’N 102.9’s Paul Koffy knows this is the hottest ticket in town – that and giving away front-row seats is fun, too.
Target Field will offer the opportunity for Twin Cities residents to re-familiarize themselves with one of their favorite bands of the 1990s. Soul Asylum has been announced as the headlining act of the Skyline Music Festival, which will be at the Target Field on Friday, July 26.
The number of tickets that are actually available for purchase by the general public for major concerts like Beyonce or Kenny Chesney will remain a mystery in Minnesota.
Minnesota lawmakers are considering a bill to make sellers of concert tickets publicly reveal how many tickets are held back from sale to the public.
How many performances can you pack into a single award ceremony? Country fans will soon find out, because the Academy of Country Music today announced that Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town will each perform […]
Tickets for country star Kenny Chesney’s “No Shoes Nation Tour” sold out a half hour after going on sale Friday morning.
Target Field will host another concert next year — with a familiar face and some very popular friends.
Thousands of country music fans have taken over downtown Minneapolis in anticipation of tonight’s first-ever concert at Target Field.
Target Field will be seeing a lot of cowboy hats this weekend instead of baseball caps.