Kenny Chesney at Blossom Music Center

Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio



Kenny Chesney at



Kenny Chesney

Blossom Music Center

You, Tequila, and some good Kenny Chesney tunes are all you gonna need to go crazy— all in a good way, of course — this June 6 as the country music superstar brings his “Sun Goes Down Tour” to the Blossom Music Center. It will be a good-feel evening at the famous Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, venue immersing in the music of the country icon, with a beer with your friends and, maybe, no shoes or shirts? Well, if you are a big fan, you should know all these song references, right? Perhaps a silly question is, who isn’t a fan of Kenny? He has just the aura of a real country superstar that draws anyone to sing and groove along to his songs. The minute he picks up his guitar and sings, the crowd is in for a memorable show. So, if you are a fan, this is a no-brainer. Hit the “Get Tickets” link and reserve your tickets as early as today because tickets to his Blossom Music Center show are selling out fast. The rising county star Megan Moroney will be joining Kenny on this incredible Thursday evening. Grab your tickets now!

Kenny Chesney Tickets from $81

Cleverly named after one of his biggest hit songs from twenty years ago, "Sun Goes Down Tour" is definitely one of the most (if not the most) highly anticipated country tours this year. Aside from the fact that Kenny Chesney is known to deliver the most epic summer concerts, the country superstar is bringing exciting artists with him on the road. This time, he is bringing Zac Brown Band, Megan Moroney, and Uncle Kracker to some of the country's prominent venues.

For someone who prides himself on 32 No. 1 country singles, over 30 million albums sold, and nearly 18 million concert tickets sold since 2002, Kenny Chesney still stayed the laid-back musician his fans love. But despite his laid-back, hammock-riding persona, Kenny Chesney remains the country music's concert king.

Over the years, he has maintained one of the most devout fan bases in any genre of music. Thanks to his signature brand of music, which can easily range from dusty ballads to energetic rock songs. From the moment he released his "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" album in 2002, he cemented his name as one of the top players of the genre. Although he had released several albums prior to that, it was his sixth studio album that sealed the deal for the Tennessee native. The songs "Young," "Big Star," "The Good Stuff," "A Lot of Things Different," and the title track are all commercial and critical success.

Over the years, Chesney released equally successful albums. He also gained a reputation to be one of the most popular touring acts in country music by regularly selling out any venue he performs at. In addition, he garnered countless awards and nominations from different award-giving bodies, including Grammys, Academy of Country Music, and the Country Music Association, among many others.

This year, the 56-year-old country superstar released his 20th studio album, entitled "Born." As part of the album's promotion, Chesney is embarking on a tour that will kick off on April 20 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. He will be stopping at Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio's Blossom Music Center, with Megan Moroney. Known for hits like "Tennessee Orange," "Can't Break Up Now," and Fix You Too," among many others, Moroney will surely ignite the crowd before Kenny Chesney takes center stage.

"There is nothing like being out on the lawn with your friends, or even under the pavilion, on a clear night hearing the music and just being in the moment," Chesney said in a press release. "You can do some things in that environment you can't at a stadium. It's less production, less massive, but there's a real sense of connection that is undeniable."

With these words from the country superstar himself, you know that this is going to be another epic concert you don't want to miss. So, get your tickets now before they run out.

About the Venue

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Blossom Music Center

Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, 44223, US