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Kenny Chesney Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 42



2.0 star rating Don Faith from Syracuse, New York


It was a perfect night for an outdoor concert you could not ask for better weather. The venue was great the food and drink offerings were great. Expensive yes but good. I only had one problem with the whole event. The concert itself. I love Kenny Chesney I have been looking forward to this concert since I purchased the tickets 4 months ago. This was on my “Bucket list”. I have terminal cancer and am trying to get as much out life as I can while I can. I was extremely disappointed by the play list. I understand Kenny has new material that he needs to promote. But to not play some of his most iconic hits was not only disappointing but sad for me. Don’t Blink has a special meaning for me in my life now. Plus The Good Stuff, Boys of Fall, Better as a Memory, and so many of Kenny’s classic hits. Unfortunately I feel let down. Kenny didn’t hit the stage until after 9 pm when the concert started at 7:30 supposedly. The opening singer played as long as Kenny. All he could have done was play 1/2 hour longer to fit in more of his classics. As it was Kenny only played around 1 1/2 hours. If I had the opportunity to see him in concert again. I would have to think twice because of play list. I did take advantage of the merchandise tent buying two t-shirts one for my wife and I and two glowing lays for my granddaughters.

2.0 star rating M. Kosanovich from Monroe, Michigan


I have been waiting over 12 years to see Kenny Chesney, We just missed him at The Tacoma Dome. The sound for Dan + Shay was awesome. Everyone else was too loud, or distorted. I know Kenny's songs but couldn't tell what songs he was singing until he got to the hook, or chorus. Kenny should consider hiring the Dan + Shay sound crew.

2.0 star rating Billytheplumba from Boston, Massachusetts


Purchased my tickets before Covid hit and waited over 2 years for this show. Gates open at 1. Lots of traffic issues. To compound issues a massive storm passes over the area. Lots get closed and attendants are sent away for their safety (rightfully so). This storm had all the bells and whistles, torrential rain, lightning, heavy winds and tornado warnings. The venue let’s us peons know that if we haven’t paid our parking fee ($50) and already gotten into a lot to avoid the area because the lots were closed. If you were in a lot you should stay in your car. Concert was supposed to start at 5. Lots finally opened after 6, 1 gate opened at 7. I don’t know who was calling the shots but I’m glad I stayed home.

1.0 star rating Tanya Baikow-Smith from Portland, Oregon


We drove from Portland to Seattle for this concert but it wasn't worth the $200+ per ticket we paid. We had decent seats but the sound quality at Century Link Stadium was awful. Kenny's concert was amped up, loud, couldn't understand the words, he didn't introduce his band and overall it was a big disappointment. Will not pay to see him again.

1.0 star rating Tim from Denver, Colorado


Saw Kenny Chesney for the first time last night, at Mile High Stadium in Denver (formerly Sports Authority), and had a great seat too: 6th Row, Center, just behind the Sandbar. With Chesney's catalog of great songs, his smooth country crooning voice and well-known high energy in concert to deliver them, this should have been a fantastic show! INSTEAD, the musical volume was CRANKED UP SO LOUD, that I could barely hear his vocals throughout EVERY song and I'm still left "wondering what Kenny Chesney sounds like in concert?!?"All I heard last night was music presented at such a RIDICULOUSLY HIGH VOLUME, that Chesney almost looked like he was "lip-singing", or miming his own songs---vocals were that drowned out! The electric guitars, bass and drums were SO INFURIATINGLY LOUD, that it sounded like ONE COMPLETE DISTORTED MESS! Somehow, I could faintly tell that he has a very good band behind him, but because the volume was so "STUPID-LOUD," I'll never be sure of that either. BIG LETDOWN!

1.0 star rating David from Phoenix, Arizona


Awful show. Left mid-way thru as did thousand of others. Kenny is lost...tries to be a rock star and forgot who he is and why we all loved his music. And enough of the muscles, sweat and "I am really working hard for you tonight" stuff. Does he think he is Springsteen? He was neither the smooth country singer we love nor the Caribbean cowboy...and Thomas R. kicked his ass and stole the show. Figure out who you are, Kenny. You seem lost and trying to be something you aren't.

1.0 star rating Jessica C. from Los Angeles


So Fi stadium. Opening acts were wonderful. I was wondering if Kenny C. was on something. I mean who wants to see someone run and jump the whole time if it is having a negative effect on the vocals? I mean, what is he trying to prove? Its like, okay we get it, you are fit, but question is ...can you sing? Well the band was so loud and Kenny was just running around and hardly singing. Maybe if he stayed still and calmed down a bit he could save his energy for doing what he was supposed to do....sing!. The other acts were great. The venue was great, it was just KC that was below par.


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