12/19/2012 12:51 PM ET
Two additional Terrace Level sections being made available for Kenny Chesney concert at Miller Park due to demand
Tickets Available Starting at Noon Tomorrow; Priced at $45 Plus Applicable Fees
By / MLB.com
Due to demand, two additional Terrace Level seating sections (406 and 438) are being made available for sale to the "Corona Light presents Kenny Chesney's No Shoes Nation" tour at Miller Park on Saturday, May 18, 2013. These seats offer a limited side view of the stage and are priced at $45 plus applicable fees. Tickets will be available starting at noon tomorrow at Brewers.com/Chesney, by calling (414) 902-4000 or by visiting the Miller Park Box Office.
Limited seats for the concert are still available in the Club Level, which are priced at $115 plus applicable fees. As a result of strong ticket sales, there will be a limited number of parking spots available. Fans are encouraged to pre-purchase their parking to ensure availability. Fans who have already purchased tickets and want to purchase parking only can do so at the Miller Park Box Office or by calling (414) 902-4000.
The concert will also feature special guest Eric Church—whose new album "Chief" was selected as "Album of the Year" at the 2012 Country Music Awards—as well as the Eli Young Band and Kacey Musgraves. Miller Park will be the fourth stop on Chesney's 2013, 17-stop tour and is one of three Major League ballparks that will be visited (also Target Field in Minneapolis and Angel Stadium of Anaheim).
Chesney will mark his 20th year of touring with this tour and his previous 10 tours have each reached more than 1.1 million fans across the country. Chesney made a visit to Miller Park in October of 2010 as an artist in Farm Aid's 25th Anniversary concert.
The 2010 Farm Aid 25th Anniversary concert at Miller Park hosted a crowd of over 35,000. Other major concerts staged at Miller Park and surrounding grounds include George Strait's Country Music Festival (2001), N'Sync (2001), Bruce Springsteen (2003), Randy Travis (2004), Bon Jovi (2005), and Kid Rock/Sugarland (2008).
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