Kenny Chesney Closes Out 'Spread The Love Tour 2016' With Packed House, Emotional Moment
August 29, 2016 at 11:16 AM (PT)
As BLUE CHAIR/COLUMBIA NASHVILLE artist KENNY CHESNEY closed out his "SPREAD THE LOVE TOUR 2016" at GILLETTE STADIUM in FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS, a combined total of 121,399 fans attended the FRIDAY (8/26) and SATURDAY (8/27) shows. Tour mates MIRANDA LAMBERT, SAM HUNT, and OLD DOMINION shared the bill, but one particular fan stole the show.
CHESNEY shared an image of a young woman he brought on stage during the shows just outside of BOSTON. The fan was wearing a cowboy hat, but as CHESNEY finished performing a mash-up of STEVE MILLER BAND's "The Joker" and BOB MARLEY's "Three Little Birds," he removed her hat, revealing a bald head. He then removed his own cowboy hat and rubbed his head against hers, hugging her and singing "Every little thing's gonna be alright."
"That is why we do this..." shared CHESNEY via FACEBOOK. "To play for people who love music so much, who commit so completely to what's in these songs, who scream and shout and cheer like the 121,399 of you did over the last two nights! When you can find fans like that, you wanna do even better than you think possible...and with the NO SHOES NATION, who we named right here in BOSTON, it really does inspire us to reach for new heights...new possibilities. Thank you for an inspiring, unforgettable 'SPREAD THE LOVE TOUR.'"