(UPDATE 4/21/16) Over the next four months, country music heavyweights Kenny Chesney and Miranda Lambert will join forces for their Spread the Love Tour. The duo will make 14 stadium stops across the U.S. together. Fans will be paying big prices to attend, however - over that time the average price for Kenny Chesney tickets on the secondary market is $179.22.
They'll play their most expensive show at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts on August 27. That show currently owns an average resale price of $218.43 and the get-in price starts from $99. Two other shows will average over $200 on the secondary market - June 4 at AT&T Stadium ($217.07 avg./$34 get-in) and August 20 at MetLife Stadium ($211.16 avg./$73 get-in).
Conversely, Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium will welcome the pair's cheapest show on July 16. That show has a $125.57 average and $40. Other least expensive shows include May 7 at Chase Field ($129.99 avg./$37 get-in), May 28 at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium ($138.39 avg./$44 get-in) and August 6 at Levi's Stadium ($140.87 avg./$27 get-in).
Kenny Chesney & Miranda Lambert Announce 2016 'Spread the Love' Tour Dates
Two of country music's biggest stars are teaming up and taking to the tour bus next summer.
Kenny Chesney and Miranda Lambert will hit the road together next April for the "Spread the Love" Tour, which invades the U.S. over 11 dates between April and August. Each date will be performed in a stadium-size venue, including Arlington's AT&T Park, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara.
The tour kicks off on April 23 at Jordan Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama. It will run across the country through August 20 when it wraps at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. View the complete list of tour dates below.
Along with Lambert, Chesney will also call upon powerhouses Sam Hunt and Old Dominion to perform at all shows. More dates will be added soon, so expect the the tour to have a massive impact on the country world next year.
2016 'Spread the Love' Tour Dates
April 23 — Auburn, Ala @ Jordan Hare Stadium
May 7 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Chase Field
June 4 — Arlington, Texas @ AT&T Stadium
June 18 — Milwaukee, Wisc. @ Miller Park
June 25 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ Lincoln Financial Field
July 2 — Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Heinz Field
July 16 — Kansas City, Mo. @ Arrowhead Stadium
July 23 — Seattle, Wash. @ Century Link Field
Aug. 6 — Santa Clara, Calif. @ Levi’s Stadium
Aug. 13 — Detroit, Mich. @ Ford Field
Aug. 20 — East Rutherford, N.J. @ MetLife Stadium