Brothers of the Sun Tour Featuring Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Jake Owen
MetLife Stadium | 4:30 PM
August 12th 2012
Field seating for MetLife Stadium concerts occasionally features general admission seating. You can confirm the field seating for the Kenny Chesney concert using the venue seating map below. Sections behind the stage in the 100, 200, and 300 levels may be off limits to the public for certain concerts. Fans searching for 100 Level seats with a dead center view of the stage should consider purchasing Kenny Chesney tickets in Section 126.
MetLife Stadium Concert Suites
MetLife Stadium’s 218 suites are located on four separate levels within the stadium: Level 3, Level 5, Level 6, and the 100 Concourse Level. Groups ranging from 12-30 people can experience the concert from the facility’s luxury suites. The suites are artistically designed with an upscale kitchen, outdoor stadium seating area, and a relaxing indoor seating area. Guests with suite passes for the upcoming Kenny Chesney concert can enter the stadium through VIP entrances located on the east and west sides of the building.
MetLife Stadium Gate Times
Patrons are allowed to enter MetLife Stadium generally 2 hours before any event.
MetLife Stadium Handicap Seating
MetLife Stadium concert goers can purchase Kenny Chesney handicapped tickets on all seating levels. Guests requiring wheelchair access can rely on the facility’s ADA assistants for help. Call ahead or contact a staff member at the gate on the day of the Kenny Chesney show to arrange for a wheelchair escort. Additionally, all concession stands and restrooms are designed to accommodate the needs of disabled guests.
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East Rutherford, NJ
Sat, Aug 11, 2012 04:30 PM
Tickets to see Kenny Chesney call 1.800.688.4000
Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, who first toured together in 2001, are reuniting for a 19-date stadium tour next year. Their Brothers of the Sun tour kicks off June 2 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., and concludes Aug. 25 at Gillette Stadium near Boston.
The tour, which marks Chesney and McGraw’s first tour together in a decade, will also feature Grace Potter & the Nocturnals and Jake Owen.
“When I went out with McGraw in 2001, I was just trying to find my place in the world, to learn all I could,” Chesney said in an interview with Billboard. “The two years I went with [George] Strait out on the stadium tours and the year I went out with McGraw, that changed my life. It’s so wonderful that a decade later Tim and I are still doing it, still trying to record the best songs that we can and still having fun doing what we’re doing. The chemistry and the friendship and how much we’ve both been through in our lives to get where we are today, we’re going to bring all of that, every emotion, to the stage, and I think that’s going to be really fun for the fans to watch.”
“Our friendship was forged on the road, so it’s going to be a blast heading out with Kenny again,” McGraw said. “We’ll be having as much fun onstage as the fans will be having in the audience.”
Tickets for the shows in Dallas, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, East Rutherford, N.J., Detroit, and Foxboro, Mass., go on sale Dec. 3 via Ticketmaster. On-sale information for the remaining dates will be announced in the coming weeks.