Last week, country superstar Kenny Chesney launched his massive tour, "Spread The Love" at the Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama. The summer tour features fellow country singer Miranda Lambert on all dates through the last show on August 27. Country artists Sam Hunt and Old Dominion will join Chesney and Lambert for the the stacked run and tickets are going fast.
Tickets for Chesney's "Spread the Love" Tour are currently averaging $177 on the secondary market, with the highest price points in Connecticut, California and Massachusetts. The priciest date thus far is Chesney's May 14 stop at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, where tickets are averaging $252, with the cheapest ticket priced at $126. The cheapest stop was the first day of the tour on April 23 in Auburn, where tickets averaged $121, with the cheapest seat going for just $46, according to data provided by Razorgator.
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The last night of the tour in Boston at Gillette Stadium is also a top-priced date for "Spread the Love," as tickets are averaging $221, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for $99. Chesney fans traveling into Boston can secure parking by Gillette Stadium through Parkwhiz.com.
Kenny Chesney's first night or the tour was a big one, as he drew over 50,000 fans and playing over two dozen songs in a two hour period. The show at the Jordan-Hare Stadium marked the venue's first-ever concert in the 75-year history of the stadium.
The country legend's high demand on the ticket market has grown consistently over the years, as Chesney has become known for his stacked, sold-out performances. Last summer, the 48-year-old played the biggest tour of his career with the "Big Revival" Tour. According to a report from Billboard, the 50-date summer run was Kenny Chesney's first tour to gross more than $100 million. His tour before that was his "No Shoes Nation Tour," which ran from March 16 to August 24, 2013. The 45-date run averaged prices of $186 on the secondary ticket market.
In addition to her coveted spot on tour with Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert is rumored to be planning a wedding. Although it's only been nine months since she split from fellow country crooner Blake Shelton, reports are indicating that she's ready to tie the knot with boyfriend Anderson East.