Kenny Chesney live in Dallas for 2013 'No Shoes Nation' Tour
Saturday, May 11, 2013
- ON SALE NOW -
Eric Church, Eli Young Band, Kacey Musgraves
Kenny Chesney, who's played a country-world record 85 stadium shows in his music career, will make it to over 100 in 2013 with the Corona Light Presents Kenny Chesney’s 'No Shoes Nation' Tour. The show will take place in Dallas on Saturday, May 11 at Cowboys Stadium, and will also feature special guest and GRAMMY-Award nominated Eric Church - whose single “Springsteen” was a Number One country hit in 2012 - as well as Eli Young Band and Kacey Musgraves.
Tickets are on sale now and available at the Cowboys Stadium ticket office, Ticketmaster outlets, Stadium.DallasCowboys.com, or charge by phone at (800) 745-3000. Additional fees may apply to ticket prices. For more specific ticket information visit https://tickets.kennychesney.com.
For more information about Kenny Chesney:
I was born in San Antonio, TX right before Richard Nixon resigned. I was raised in the Free State of McMullen County in the metropolis of Tilden, Texas. I laugh when people tell me they're from a small town. My hometown has 425 people in it and I graduated in a class of 13 students. It doesn't get much smaller than that, and we didn't have a Dairy Queen.I went to college at Texas A&M-Kingsville (A&I) and got a B.S. in Agribusiness (Class of 2000). That is not a very common degree with radio folks, but what the heck. I got my start at KTAI, the college radio station at TAMUK. Here's their website: KTAI 91.1.I've been getting paid to talk on the radio and play music since July, 1996. I've been with K-99 since January, 2000.I'm an 8th generation Texan.I am Leighann's daddy.
This is where I will post all things outdoors.
Some of my favorite hunting links:
Muy Grande Deer contest
Los Cazedores deer contest
Cola Blanca Big Buck contest
Brush Country Big Buck
Texas Trophy Hunters
I enjoy fishing, too. Check out the monster I reeled in
using my fancy fishing pole in Tilden on the Frio River.
Team Oso Hardcore Wadefishing
David Sike's Caller.com page