Germantown, Wisconsin (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
Chesney and McGraw have been close friends since they lived in the same apartment complex in Nashville, Tennessee, about 20 years ago. They first toured together 10 years ago as part of a George Strait Country Music Festival that also visited stadiums throughout the United States. The Brothers of the Sun Tour is the first stadium tour the pair has headlined. On this tour, Chesney will play a full set of songs and then be joined by McGraw for a final set of hits.
Those looking to purchase Kenny Chesney tickets or Tim McGraw tickets will be excited to know that Brothers of the Sun tickets allows fans to watch both of these country music stars perform. The two are joining together for the Brothers of the Sun Tour in what will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for fans, and QueenBeeTickets.com now has tickets available at low prices. Chesney’s Goin’ Coastal Tour drew 1.3 million fans, and it was the largest country music tour of 2011. McGraw’s Southern Voice Tour was the most popular country music tour of 2010.
The Brothers of the Sun Tour kicked off on June 2 in Tampa, Fla., and the blockbuster tour wraps up with two shows at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Aug. 24 and 25. The entire tour will take place in large stadiums as the smallest hosting stadium will be Target Field in Minneapolis. It seats 39,504 for baseball games. Every performance is scheduled for Friday, Saturday or Sunday dates. Fans who are able to obtain Brothers of the Sun tickets are guaranteed to have a tremendous experience.
Those in the Rocky Mountains will want to purchase tickets for the July 21 show at Sports Authority Field in Denver. West Coast fans will have just two shows to attend, and demand is expected to be high for both of those California performances. Angel Stadium in Anaheim will play host to the country stars on July 14, and Oakland’s Coliseum will welcome them the following evening. The rest of the 23 performances will take place in American cities east of the Rocky Mountains.