News And Notes
Apr 2

Kenny Chesney Teams Up with for Ticket Giveaway

Kenny Chesney

Kenny Chesney photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

Kenny Chesney’s music has always connected with college students. When he announced his No Shoes Nation Tour,, which offers student-generated course materials, wanted to get involved. Through their Rep Ambassador Program, they are sponsoring a contest to give away 10 pairs of tickets to Kenny’s shows in Columbia, SC, Landover, MD and Atlanta, GA at

“As someone who lived to go to concerts when I was in college and used to have to save up to do it, I’m always about ways to get students into the shows,” Kenny said. “This is a way to team with a site that helps people expand their studies, and kinda rewards them for making that extra effort to learn.” “Flashnotes is harnessing the technology of today and allowing students to benefit from crowd sourcing from one another,” Dave Petruziello, COO and Co-Founder of the company said. “We’re filling a gap in the classroom experience by allowing students to learn from one another, which is the best form of learning. The classroom experience will now emulate the music experience while in school.”

“College really was a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Kenny added. “You learn about life. You learn about love. You learn about fun. Then you take all that with you, and hopefully never forget. It’s certainly informed the way we get out there and play.”

Kenny’s new album, Life On A Rock, features his Top 10 hit “Pirate Flag” as well as appearances by Willie Nelson and the Wailers Band. It will be released April 30. GAC is the official media sponsor of Kenny’s No Shoes Nation Tour. Check out photos, videos and more from the tour in our No Shoes Nation Tour section!


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