It’s been a year in the making, and people are obviously ready for Kenny’s The Big Revival Tour. With his first tour in two years not kicking off until next week, Kenny has already surpassed the one million ticket mark.
With an almost instant sell-out for two nights at Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium and second nights added to Minneapolis’ Target Field and Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, The Big Revival Tourrolls into this summer with a vengeance. Having spent a decade headlining stadiums in many of the nation’s unlikeliest cities, Kenny is also returning to some markets he’s not played in a few years.
For The Big Revival Tour, beyond the 22 stadiums on the schedule, Kenny has shifted his focus from the amphitheaters to playing more arenas in an attempt to get closer to the stadium experience for the fans who will be coming to the more intimate shows.
“No one loves playing outside more than I do, but when we looked at the show, thought about what we were going to do in the stadiums, it just made sense to shift our focus to the arenas,” Kenny said. “It’s a little different for us, but it’s going to make for a better show for the fans! Just being in rehearsals, hearing the band – who’ve never sounded better – and these songs, the energy before we even get to the fans is incredible. Put a roof on it, add these screens… and get ready.”