On Saturday night, Chesney appeared at Heinz Field with Tim McGraw, as part of their “Brothers of the Sun” tour. “I believe this might be the best gift I’ve ever gotten on the road,” Chesney said. Paul Brown Stadium was nearly filled to capacity for the star-studded show that began with Jake Owen and Grace Potter before McGraw took the stage for a near 90-minute set and ended with Kenny Chesney. Before appearing in person, Chesney appeared on the video screens wearing a Bengals helmet, saluting the team and Cincinnati. Chesney opened his set magically appearing in middle of the field surrounded by thousands of surprised fans and had a trapeze wire lift him over the crowd onto the main stage where he riveted fans through a nearly two-hour show. "The evacuation tested us, and it was amazing how orderly fans evacuated the floor and how our security company handled everything," Bengals director of business development Bob Bedinghaus said.
Rooneys give Chesney plaque for six Heinz Field sellouts
The team that has won six Super Bowls has given special recognition to a man who has sold out the team’s home stadium for six separate events that didn’t involve a football game. The Rooney family has given Kenny Chesney a “Six for Six” plaque com