Chesney sells 1 million tickets
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
– Kenny Chesney has sold more than 1 million tickets on the 2011 Corona Presents Kenny Chesney's 'Goin' Coastal' Tour, making it an 8 times Chesney has achieved these numbers.
Chesney has sold nearly 10 million tickets since 2002, and after a year off the road in 2010, this year finds Chesney once again filling stadiums and arenas around the country.
"We've had a blast so far with 'Goin' Coastal' and there have already been so many memorable moments," Chesney said. "After taking time off in 2010, seeing all the fans out there still supporting me really puts a smile on my face, and to know that they1re having fun makes it all worthwhile."
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