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Kenny Chesney Announces Here And Now 2022 Stadium Tour

Kenny Chesney's "The Here and Now: 2022 Stadium Tour" will kick off on April 23, 2022 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

"After a lot of work on a lot of people's parts, a lot of cooperation from the folks at the stadiums, the places we're coming and the teams we share those venues with, we're ready to announce the Here And Now 2022 Stadium Tour," said Chesney, touted as "The King of the Road."

Chesney will play 19 stadium concerts, closing down the tour with a double-play on August 26 and 27 at New England's Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

Chesney revealed that a fresh line-up of performers will be announced in the coming months.

All current ticketholders have been advised to remain in the seats they've already purchased for Here And Now 2022.

He promised that refunds are immediately available at the point of purchase for those who bought from the primary ticket source for the next 30 days.

Tour dates:

April 23 - Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium May 7 - St. Louis, MO @ Busch Stadium May 14 - Milwaukee, WI @ American Family Field May 21 - Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium May 28 - Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium June 4 - Arlington, TX @ AT&T Stadium June 11 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field June 18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field June 25 - Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field July 2 - Kansas City, MO @ GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium July 9 - Bozeman, MT @ Bobcat Stadium July 16 - Seattle, WA @ Lumen Field July 23 - Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium July 30 - Denver, CO @ Empower Field at Mile High August 6 - Minneapolis, MN @ U.S. Bank Stadium August 13 - East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium August 20 - Detroit, MI @ Ford Field August 26 - Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium August 27 - Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium

(Photo: Allister Ann)

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Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne & More To Join Miley Cyrus For Pride Month Special

A number of country artists, including Maren Morris and Brothers Osborne, will join Miley Cyrus for a special concert to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month.

The concert, titled "Miley Cyrus Presents Stand by You," will start streaming on Peacock on June 25.

The concert was recorded at the Ryman Auditorium in her hometown of Nashville earlier this month.

The hour-long concert will also feature performances by Orville Peck,Mickey Guyton, and Little Big Town.

Cyrus will perform a number of her biggest hits, including "Party in the U.S.A." and "The Climb," besides covering some hit songs.

Announcing the special music concert, Cyrus wrote on Instagram, "I've got a lot of guests. A lot of #Pride. AND A LOT OF WARDROBE CHANGES Don't miss my #MileyPrideSpecial June 25th @peacocktv."

"Coming to your home from my hometown Nashville, TN! We brought A LOT of LOVE into the legendary @theryman - See you there," she added.

(Photo: Alana O'Herlihy)

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Thomas Rhett Teams With Father Rhett Akins On 'Things Dads Do'

Thomas Rhett has teamed up with his father Rhett Akins for a collaboration, "Things Dads Do." The song, released on Wednesday (June 16), pays tribute to Rhett's daughters and commends the dad for teaching Thomas how to be a parent.

Rhett debuted the song for the first time live on the Grand Ole Opry stage earlier this month and told the audience that he was planning to release it as a Father's Day duet with Akins.

"Things dads do / You'll think it's crazy until you're one, too / And you'll lose your mind / And a couple years' sleep in just three months' time," Rhett sings in the chorus of the song. "And next thing you know, one's five and one's three / And one's almost one and she's cuttin' her teeth / And you're in his shoes / And you're starting to / Do more than a few things dads do."

Rhett and Akins co-wrote the track along with Matt Dragstrem and Chase McGill.

"This is probably my favorite song I've gotten to write with my dad. I've learned so many life lessons from him, and it's pretty wild to see so much of him in myself now that I'm a dad," Rhett said in a press release.

He added, "It felt like we should go ahead to release it for all of y'all who have been asking since we wrote it and to celebrate all the dads out there!"

(Photo: John Shearer)

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