Kenny Chesney Reveals Long-Awaited Details About His Next Chapter Of Music

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Kenny Chesney announced long-awaited details about his next full-length studio album on Wednesday morning (January 17). The country megastar confirmed his new record, Born, is set to release on March 29, he wrote in his caption as he posted the album artwork on Instagram.

Chesney’s latest album is Here And Now (and its 16-track deluxe edition), which released in 2020. Since then, Chesney has released a few singles, including “Beer With My Friends” with Old Dominion, “Da Ruba Girl,” and “Take Her Home,” a ballad that Chesney said delivers “an honesty about life that you can’t just churn out.” His forthcoming era of music adds to decades of career-spanning hits, including “Get Along,” “I Go Back,” “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” “Save It for a Rainy Day,” “Don’t Blink,” “Beer In Mexico,” “How Forever Feels” and many more.

Chesney is gearing up for a star-studded stadium tour, slated to kick off in April in Tampa, Florida. The “Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour” includes special guests Zac Brown Band, Megan Moroney and Uncle Kracker. Chesney said when he announced the tour in November that his early 2000s hit, “When The Sun Goes Down,” inspired the tour name because it “captured a vibe and a moment so perfectly. No matter how much fun you’re having all day long, ‘everything gets hotter when the sun goes down.’ I know from years of experience that’s true. So I can’t wait to get back out there in stadiums across the country with [Zac Brown Band], [Megan Moroney] and [Uncle Kracker] for the Sun Goes Down 2024 Stadium Tour. There’s nothing like 60,000 members of [No Shoes Nation] singing these songs... It’s gonna be awesome.”

See the dates below.

April 20 — Tampa, FL

April 27 — Charlotte, NC

May 4 — Minneapolis, MN

May 11 — Arlington, TX

May 18 — Atlanta, GA

May 25 — Landover, MD

June 1 — Pittsburgh, PA

June 8 — Philadelphia, PA

June 15 — Chicago, IL

June 22 — Milwaukee, WI

June 29 — Cincinnati, OH

July 6 — Kansas City, MO

July 13 — Seattle, WA

July 16 — Salt Lake City, UT

July 20 — Los Angeles, CA

July 27 — Denver, CO

August 3 — Nashville, TN

August 8 — Columbus, OH

August 10 — Detroit, MI

August 17 — East Rutherford, NJ

August 23 — Foxborough, MA

August 24 — Foxborough, MA

August 25 — Foxborough, MA