When the tickets were counted following Kenny Chesney’s Arrowhead Stadium performance on August 1 it was revealed that Chesney has broken Pink Floydâ€™s 1994 record of 56,134 with 57,368 in attendance. This yearâ€™s show marked Chesney fourth headlining stand at Arrowhead Stadium. â€œI had no idea about the number when we took the stage,â€ Chesney commented when he was told. â€œPink Floyd are rock icons. Every kidâ€™s high school experienceâ€¦ I never ever would’ve thought something like that could happen. Weâ€™ve been coming to Kansas City for years, and theyâ€™ve always been really loud audiences. But when we hit the stage, it felt like all those years, all those shows were added up into one â€“ and that was what we were being hit with.â€ â€œKansas City took American Kids to a whole other place,â€ Chesney explained. â€œThey made it their own. But they took over a bunch of the songs â€“ and it was awesome. When youâ€™ve played somewhere for several years, and the passion grows, thatâ€™s what youâ€™re trying to create. Itâ€™s the best part of what we do up here. And man, Kansas City just leveled me. Every show weâ€™ve ever played, all the way back, they hit us.â€ There are plenty more stadiums to come: Denverâ€™s Sports Authority Stadium at Mile High Aug. 8, E. Rutherford, NJâ€™s Met Life Stadium Aug. 15, Detroitâ€™s Ford Field Aug. 22 and a double at Foxboroâ€™s Gillette Stadium Aug. 28-29. Those shows will take the only country act on Billboardâ€™s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years to 135 stadium plays since 2005. Having taken a year to get ready for The Big Revival 2015 Tour, Chesney hit the road with a real passion â€“ and the fans have reciprocated.