Kenny Chesney

August 18, 2011    Rogers Centre, Toronto  Ontario

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Review by Michael Oshust

Kenny Chesney brought the Goin' Coastal Tour to Toronto.  The Goin' Coastal Tour took place from March 2011 to August 2011 in support of his thirteenth studio album "Hemingway's Whiskey." The tour was announced in November 2010 with nine stadium shows being announced first. Chesney co-headlined the stadium shows with Zac Brown Band and had Uncle Cracker and Billy Currington as opening acts.

 

Highlights included Uncle Cracker joining Chesney for the hit single "When The Sun Goes Down" and Billy Currington joining Chesney for,

"She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy."

Billy Currington Setlist

That's How Country Boys Roll

I Wanna Be a Hillbilly

I Got a Feelin'

Love Done Gone

Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer

All Day Long

Let Me Down Easy

Don't

Family Tradition

People Are Crazy

Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right

Good Directions

Uncle Cracker Setlist

Little While

Drift Away

Follow Me

The Gambler

Good to Be Me

All Summer Long

Smile

Kenny Chesney Setlist

Live a Little

Reality

Summertime

Beer in Mexico

The Woman With You

Big Star

I Go Back

No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems

Anything but Mine

There Goes My Life

You and Tequila

Free Fallin'

Living in Fast Forward

Young

Somewhere With You

Don't Happen Twice

Never Wanted Nothing More

Out Last Night

When the Sun Goes Down (with Uncle Kracker)

Cowboy (Kid Rock cover) (with Uncle Kracker)

She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy (with Billy Currington)

 

Encore:

The Boys of Fall

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