Country music superstars Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw have recently announced their 2012 joint “Brothers of the Sun” concert tour. Thus far, the duo has announced 19 tour stops at large arenas throughout the US which include high capacity football and baseball stadiums. If the Chesney-McGraw combo wasn’t enough to keep country music fans entertained, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Jake Owen will open up each show.
Kenny Chesney is one of the top grossing country musicians and has racked up numerous awards over his 17+ year career from the Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association, American Music Awards, Country Music Television, Billboard Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, and even the French Country Music Awards. His 2011 “Goin’ Coastal” tour with the Zac Brown Band and Billy Currington was one of the hottest tickets in the secondary ticket market.
Although, Mr. Chesney is headlining the tour, Tim McGraw is no slouch himself racking up an impressive 40 million plus album sales over his 21 year career. McGraw has also had 11 consecutive albums debut at #1 on the Billboard album charts and 21 singles reach #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and has won over 41 music awards. McGraw is also no stranger to mega concert tours. His 2006 Soul2Soul II Tour alongside wife Faith Hill is the highest grossing concert tour in country music history (5th highest in the world).
With 2 major headliners teaming up like this there is no doubt “Brothers of the Sun” tickets will be in big demand. Be sure to check Tickifieds Concert ticket classifieds to buy and sell tickets to this sure to be sold out tour.
Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw Brothers of the Sun Tour Dates
|June 2||Tampa, FL||Raymond James Stadium|
|June 3||Atlanta, GA||Georgia Dome|
|June 9||Arlington, TX||Cowboys Stadium|
|June 10||Kansas City, MO||Arrowhead Stadium|
|June 16||Philadelphia, PA||Lincoln Financial Field|
|June 23||Nashville, TN||LP Field|
|June 24||Charlotte, NC||Bank of America Stadium|
|June 30||Pittsburgh, PA||Heinz Field|
|July 1||Cincinnati, OH||Paul Brown Stadium|
|July 7||Chicago, IL||Soldier Field|
|July 8||Minneapolis, MN||Target Field|
|July 14||Anaheim, CA||Angel Stadium of Anaheim|
|July 21||Denver, CO||Sports Authority Field at Mile High|
|TBA||Indianapolis, IN||Lucas Oil Stadium|
|TBA||Cleveland, OH||Cleveland Browns Stadium|
|August 11||East Rutherford, NJ||MetLife Stadium|
|August 12||Landover, MD||FedExField|
|August 18||Detroit, MI||Ford Field|
|August 25||Foxboro, MA||Gillette Stadium|