(UPDATE 6/9/15) Kenny Chesney is waist-deep in his Big Revival Tour, which is slated to run across North America through late-August. 32 shows remain over the next two months, and tickets remain in high demand on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Kenny Chesney tickets on his Big Revival Tour is now $182.97.
With stadium shows and A-list artists performing alongside him through the summer months, Chesney will make his most expensive stop on June 20 at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin. That show currently owns a secondary ticket average of $274.88 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is listed for $115. A July 3 show at The Joint in Las Vegas will be his second top-priced gig, with tickets averaging at $267.48 and get-in price starting at $183.
Chesney’s cheapest show comes on July 8 at Constellations Brands Performing Arts Center Canandaigua, New York. Tickets to the upstate New York gig currently average at $88.59 and get-in price starts at $45 on the secondary market. The Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte will be the second cheapest show, with tickets owning a secondary average of $88.77 and get-in price listed at $39.
The Big Revival Tour will also feature performances by Jason Aldean, Chase Rice, Brantley Gilbert and Jake Owen at select shows. It runs through August 29 and wraps at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Kenny Chesney Averaging $181 Ticket on Remaining Big Revival Tour Dates
(UPDATE 5/26/15) Kenny Chesney is currently in the midst of his Big Revival Tour, which runs across North America through the end of August. Over the next three months, the average price for Kenny Chesney tickets is $181.04 on the secondary market. He’ll team up country mainstays Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert and Chase Rice later this summer, but his most expensive gig will be a solo show at The Joint in Las Vegas on July 3.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Las Vegas Kenny Chesney tickets is currently $286.15 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket to the show is $197. Chesney’s second top-priced concert will be held on June 20 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, where tickets own a secondary average of $279.38 and get-in price starts at $75. That show will feature Aldean and Co. on the bill.
Conversely, he’ll play his cheapest show on July 3 at Constellation Brands Performing Arts Center in Mineola, New York. That show owns a ticket average of $90.83 and get-in price is just $36. The New York stop will be the only tour date with an average ticket price below $100 on the secondary market.
The Big Revival Tour makes 36 stops through August 29, when it wraps at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts. 17 stadium shows are scheduled along the way, including stops at Ford Field in Detroit, Target Field in Minnesota, Soldier Field in Chicago, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and Los Angeles’ Rose Bowl.
Kenny Chesney’s Big Revival Tour Averaging a $172 Ticket on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 4/17) Kenny Chesney is knee-deep in his Big Revival Tour, which is slated to continue its North American run through the end of August. With the singer planning to meet up with fellow country stars Jason Aldean, Eric Church and Miranda Lambert later this spring and summer, ticket prices on the secondary market won’t be cheap.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Kenny Chesney tickets on TicketIQ is $171.99. Chesney will play his most expensive shows at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin, The Joint in Las Vegas and State Farm Arena in Texas. Each of those shows is averaging above $250 on the secondary market.
The “American Kids” singer will play his cheapest show at the Times Union Center in New York on April 23, where secondary tickets average at just $88.87. The least expensive ticket for that show is currently listed for $30.
Previewing Secondary Market Ticket Prices on Kenny Chesney’s Big Revival Tour
(3/25/15) Kenny Chesney begins his Big Revival Tour tomorrow, and the “American Kids” singer is bringing some of country music’s biggest performers with him. The 53-show run will include Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Miranda Lambert as co-headliners on select dates while Jake Owen, Brantley Gilbert, Cole Swindell and Chase Rice set to open select shows. With the tour slated to be one of the biggest of the summer, secondary market ticket prices have seemed to agree.
The average price for Kenny Chesney tickets on TicketIQ over his five-month road stint is $180.16. Chesney will hit a slew of stadiums across the continent, which serves as his most expensive stops of tour. A CenturyLink Field show in Seattle on June 27 currently owns a secondary average of $380.06, 110% above tour average, and the get-in price starts at $67. A trip to Lambeau Field in Wisconsin on June 20 is his second top-priced gig, with tickets averaging at $356.39 and the cheapest ticket listed for $72.
Chesney’s exorbitant ticket prices are largely due to his joint stadium stops with Church, Aldean and Lambert. With three of country’s most coveted acts taking the same stage, an overwhelming ticket demand exists to attend the tour. In fact, nine of the tour’s 20 stadium shows will see tickets average over $200 on the secondary market. That includes shows at Ford Field, Lincoln Financial Field, Soldier Field, Ohio Stadium, Gillette Stadium, Sports Authority Field, Lambeau and CenturyLink Field.
On the other side of the monetary spectrum, the cheapest dates of the Big Revival Tour will be played at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville and Greensboro Coliseum in North Carolina. The first show of tour will be held at the Bridgestone Arena on March 26. Tickets to that show average at $71.83 on the secondary market, 60.1% below tour average, and the get-in price starts at just $12. An April 16 show in North Carolina averages at $102.28 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $33. The low ticket cost is sensible, however. Neither of the two early tour dates feature co-headlining performances.
Jason Aldean will join Chesney for 12 stadium shows while Church joins for three and Lambert for one at Soldier Field. The tour officially wraps at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts on August 29.