Kenny Chesneyâ€™s been locked down for close to two months, getting ready for his 2015 The Big Revival Tour across the States. After walking offstage at Gillette Stadium after two sold-out nights in August 2013, he made the decision to devote his next year to making his record. But time off the road didnâ€™t mean the eight-time Entertainer of the Yearâ€™s heart wasnâ€™t yearning to be out there playing. â€œOnce the album was done, I started thinking about the stage, the set list â€“ â€˜cause this new music really got me inspired â€“ and how we could make it mean even more!â€ Chesney says with a laugh. â€œAnd you know, I canâ€™t stand being away from the fans! They fire me up. Thatâ€™s why we decided to throw a stadium show on the beach at the FloraBama line â€“ just the worldâ€™s biggest Keg In The Closet show â€“ so I could see the No Shoes Nation doing what they do best.â€ In that spirit, Chesney began figuring how to present his music with new intensity. The same care that went into The Big Revival, his 13th number one country album debut thatâ€™s yielded the GRAMMY-nominated multiple week number one American Kids number one Til Itâ€™s Gone and the fast-rising, Wild Child with Grace Potter, was applied to what may be the hardest-hitting tour yet from the singer. â€œEvery time, I want people to have the best night of their lives…,â€ Chesney explains. â€œI take that very seriously. Iâ€™ve heard enough stories about people planning their summer around coming to see us, and when you know that, you wanna always give â€™em more and better, trying to think what else? But, you know, these songs are the reason people come â€“ and I donâ€™t ever want to take away from the music.â€ Chesney scoured the globe looking for the most cutting edge ways to present the music. The PA â€“ providing clearer sound at stadium-sized levels â€“ is from Australia; the first of its kind being used in the States. The Clay Paky Mythos lighting system is also a North American first, brought over from Italy after a late night â€œshoot outâ€ in a parking lot from the companyâ€™s Bergamo factory that clearly proved to add a deeper and brighter dimension to the overall lighting package. â€œItâ€™s all part of it,â€ Chesney says. â€œHow it looks, how it sounds, how you feel. I had the time to really seek out what was special… really find things that are innovative; even if itâ€™s just the quality they deliver. Iâ€™ve got some of the best people in the business out on The Big Revival Tour, folks whoâ€™ve worked for Metallica, Guns Nâ€™ Roses, AC/DC, Lady Gaga… They get putting music across in big places, but they also understand that to me â€“ and the fans â€“ the songs are important.â€ The video screens are some of the biggest and most impressive on the road right now. Delivering over 2,300,000 pixels, there are six hand-held cameras, a jib for the stadiums and two robotic point-of-view cameras â€“ all controlled from a central position and called live every single night, allowing for maximum spontaneity. The additional footage has been shot in New Orleans, Mexico, the Caribbean, Maui, Positano, the road, the fans and anywhere people come together in the name of music. Having sold in excess of a million tickets on each of his headlining tours, Chesney is the only country artist in Billboardâ€™s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 years â€“ with only 12 years as a headliner.