Chesney adds second Boston show
Thursday, December 1, 2011
– Tickets haven't even gone on sale yet, but Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw are adding a second Boston area date to their summer stadium tour.
The Brothers of the Sun Tour tickets go on sale until this Saturday, Dec. 3. Chesney's publicist said, "Demand is already so strong for the first Gillette Stadium date in Foxboro, MA on Saturday, Aug. 25 that a second show has just been announced for Friday, Aug. 24."
Chesney always has enjoyed much support in the Boston market.
Both Foxboro shows will go on-sale through Ticketmaster this Saturday along with the Dallas, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, East Rutherford, N.J. and Detroit shows. On-sale info for the remaining dates will be announced in the coming weeks.
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