Kenny Chesney’s “Anything But Mine” Was A Magical Moment For Him In Cleveland, OH

The summer party is in full swing as Kenny Chesney enters the second half of his ‘Goin’ Coastal’ Tour with a weekend run through the Midwest which included Cleveland, OH, Indianapolis, IN and Columbus, OH.
On the sold-out show in Indianapolis, the Indianapolis Star said, “While the 43-year-old has little left to prove, signature hits and onstage charisma are bound to keep him on top.”
For Chesney, one of the standout shows of the weekend was at the Blossom Music Center and he said, “The highlight for me this weekend was doing ‘Anything But Mine’ in Cleveland. That was just a magical, intense, moment of connection between everyone on stage and everyone in the audience. That moment reminded me of how powerful music really is and how much people live with these songs.”
Heading into the long holiday weekend, Chesney will stop at the Riverbend Amphitheater for a sold-out show in Cincinnati, OH before the July 2 show at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field. A few tickets remain available for the July 2 show. 

Keep up with Chesney and see if he is “Goin’ Coastal” on tour near you by visiting his official website,