Kenny Chesney fans show off their allegiance to the country "king of the road"

When Kenny Chesney rolled through Pittsburgh May 30th on his “The Big Revival Tour”, city officials were on the ready to deal with an overly enthusiastic crowd set to converge at Heinz Field.

From barricades to tailgating restrictions, the city of Pittsburgh was prepared to combat some of the problems they have had in the past, according to this report from WTAE-TV. “Most of the fans are just focused on the party,” the WTAE-TV reporter said.

And for good reason, with Chesney’s concerts always displaying a party like atmosphere that fans look forward to all year. Since kicking off the tour at Bridgestone Arena back in March, Chesney has succeeded in being the ultimate party planner.

“I do my show for the fans, send ’em home happy, give them a few hours where the only thing they think about is the good stuff, give ’em the best night they’ll have all year – and know that’s my bottom line,” Chesney said in a recent press release.

Chesney is scheduled to stay on the road with “The Big Revival Tour” through the end of August. Can’t catch him in concert? Chesney will be on hand at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for the upcoming CMT Awards in June, hoping to pick up a win in one of the four categories he is nominated in.

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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