Kenny Chesney performed for just under two hours when he took the stage at Ford Field in Detroit on Saturday (August 20th) for nearly 50,000 fans. He also surprised the crowd with an appearance by Uncle Kracker. Fans went crazy as Kracker took the second verse of their six-week Number One hit, “When The Sun Goes Down,” followed up by Uncle Kracker's hits “Follow Me” and “Drift Away.”
Kenny said, “It’s been eight years since we sang together, but it was like we never left it, and once we got him out there, I don’t think anyone – especially the band – wanted him to leave. So, we just kept going . . .”
Kenny also brought out co-writers and Old Dominion‘s Matt Ramsey and Brad Tursi for his multi-week Number One, “Save It For A Rainy Day.”
The Here And Now Tour wraps up this weekend with two shows at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA.