In 2012, Kenny set the record at the Target Field when he played to 42,542 fans. In 2013, he broke that record with 43,940 fans played to a number even Sir Paul McCartney couldnt topple last summer. And then, on the first night of a two night stand, Kenny set the record again, playing to a staggering 44,152 fans.
This has been the most amazing tour, Kenny said. Every week, it seems like the fans are louder, more alive, more inside the songs and as someone who wants to connect with every last fan, right up to the top back of the stadium, thats the best feeling in the world! I cant believe how in the moment tonights audience was, and I cant wait for tomorrow to do it all again.
Setting and breaking records has been a major part of The Big Revival 2015 Tour. Hes broken his own record at Pittsburghs Heinz Field, Green Bays Lambeau Field, and Philadelphias Lincoln Financial Field, playing to over 50,000 fans in each arena.
It feels like the momentum and the music are driving everything, Kenny acknowledges. Sometimes the songs just take over, and they take you where they want to go. Its a combination of the amount the band and I have played together, how hungry the audience is to see us and the way we try to include every single person! I have made touching every single fan the reason for what we do and tonight it sure felt like we got that done.
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