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Chesney & Aldean to play Lambeau Field June 20


Green Bay (Oct. 27, 2014) –  Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney have announced that their tours, The Burn It Down Tour and The Big Revival Tour presented by Corona Light, will collide for 10 stadium shows next summer, including Lambeau Field on Saturday, June 20, 2015.  More on-sale information and special guests will be revealed over the coming weeks.

"We're excited to welcome Kenny Chesney back to Lambeau Field in 2015," said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. "His show here in 2011 was a festive night of great music, and also a great boost to the community. We look forward to another successful event in June."

"It's very unique to have two artists of this magnitude in one show," said PMI Entertainment Group President Ken Wachter.  "They are both headliners and country music superstars who sell out stadiums on their own.  This is more than a concert, it's a major event." 

The Aldean Army and Chesney's No Shoes Nation are both known for their ability to work hard and play harder. With a strong commitment to living in the moment, these shows are destined to be a once-in-lifetime pairing - and everything summer, friends and music are meant to embrace.

Chesney, whose The Big Revival marked his 13th No. 1 Country Album debut, already topped the Billboard Country Songs chart for two weeks with "American Kids" -- and "Til It's Gone," the follow-up, is currently at No. 18 with a bullet. 

Jason Aldean, whose Old Boots, New Dirt debuted at No. one on Billboard's Top 200 Album charts earlier this month, is known for his high-intensity shows, his sense of true grit and songs that capture the way his fans genuinely live their lives. The most downloaded male country artist in history and two-time Academy of Country Music Male Vocalist of the Year is also currently sitting at the No. one spot on country radio charts with lead single "Burnin' It Down." 

Country music superstar Kenny Chesney energized over 40,000 fans on the thawed tundra at Lambeau Field in the first major concert held at the historic stadium since it was renovated in 2003.

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