After breaking nine attendance records – many his own – and selling over 1.3 million tickets on The Big Revival Tour, Kenny Chesney plans to harness the energy of last year’s audiences. Naming his 2016 tour Spread the Love to reflect the No Shoes Nation’s passion for living life and loving music, he’s announcing the first wave of shows for next year – including a concert with special guest Old Dominion at the Walmart AMP on Thursday, June 2 at 7:30pm.

Tickets for Kenny Chesney’s Spread the Love 2016 concert at the Walmart AMP must be purchased via Ticketmaster. Tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 5 at 10 am. Ticket prices range from $60 to $105, plus applicable fees, and can be purchased online at or by calling Ticketmaster at 800.745.3000. A Ticketmaster account is required for purchases. Ticketmaster sells tickets for all Kenny Chesney concerts, please confirm your tickets are for the Walmart AMP in Rogers, Ark. before purchasing. Visit for more information.

For one day only, on Friday, Feb. 5 from 10am-1pm, tickets can be purchased in person at the Tickets Northwest Arkansas Box Office located inside Walton Arts Center at 495 W. Dickson Street. (The Walmart AMP Box Office is closed for the season.)

When Kenny Chesney decided to take 2014 off from touring, it wasn’t because he was tired, but because he instinctively knew there was more to his music. The only country performer in Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Acts of the past 25 years – staggering considering he didn’t truly headline until 2002 – the man The Wall Street Journal deemed “The King of the Road” was unplugging from what he often called “the best two hours of my life every day.” But there’s more to life than staying where you are. Chesney, who rewrote the playbook of post-modern country with No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems and the CMA Album of the Year When The Sun Goes Down, realizes that. He’s evolved. His audience has evolved. Loss. Love. Life. Reality. Pressure. Obligation. It all adds up, sometimes obscuring the beliefs that keep us all moving forward.

For Chesney, an artist who’s won four Country Music Association and four consecutive Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year Awards, moving forward starts with the songs. He continues to bring a freshness to country music, pushing boundaries through collaborations with artists like Uncle Kracker (“When The Sun Goes Down”), Dave Matthews (“I’m Alive”), the Wailers Band (“Spread the Love”) and Grace Potter (“You & Tequila”) – and creating a real dialogue with the fans. It’s a conversation based on authenticity and energy. That’s how the fans and Chesney found each other, and it’s the most powerful way to connect. “After last year’s tour, we’ve got a bar to clear, but I am fired up… and missing the fans already,” said Chesney.

Old Dominion, who return in the opening slot, are becoming Nashville’s band of songwriters on the verge of their very first #1 hit with “Break Up With Him.” In addition to penning Chesney’s three-week # 1 “Save It For A Rainy Day,” members of this good-vibe group have written chart-toppers for Blake Shelton (“Sangria”), The Band Perry (“Better Dig Two”), Tyler Farr (“Guy Walks Into A Bar”) and Dierks Bentley (“Say You Do”). “There is nothing like the energy of a stadium show,” Chesney said. “Old Dominion kicked the whole summer off last year with the best vibe. If we’re talking about Spread the Love, those guys are all about it. If there’s anything I want to see this summer, it’s that attitude that really defines what’s going on.”