Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean are teaming up for something truly unforgettable: The Burn It Down Tour and the Big Revival Tour will join together for 10 stadium shows next summer.

Aldean recently announced the new 2015 leg of his tour with guests Cole Swindell and Tyler Farr. Chesney, too, has revealed plans to return to the road in 2015, kicking things off on March 26 -- his 47th birthday. The joint stadium shows will bring the two headliners together for 10 special nights.

“We’ve played so many of these stadiums so many summers, I know just how hard the fans coming out can rock,” Chesney says in a press release. “There aren’t a lot of guys out there who can hit it the way Jason does, so I’m glad we’re able to bring both of our tours together for 10 nights this summer. I know what me and the guys are bringing in terms of music, and I know Jason can hang with us!”

Aldean also sings Chesney's praises, adding, “Kenny is the guy everybody in country music looks up to when they think about workin’ hard, building your career out on the road and getting to eventually play stadiums."

He also nods to the important role the 'American Kids' hitmaker has played in his life.

"When we first started dipping our toe into that business a few years ago, he’s the guy I would call or text for advice," Aldean says. "We have a real friendship. Don’t get me wrong ... that doesn’t mean I’m going to make it easy to follow me every night ... he’s gonna have to work for it harder than he ever has before!”

The concerts begin on May 2, and the cities the superstars will hit up include Dallas, Seattle and Denver. More information regarding ticket sales and special guests for the joint tour will be announced in the coming weeks.

Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney, Combined Burn It Down and Big Revival Tour Dates:

5/2 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- Levi's Stadium
5/16 -- Dallas, Texas -- AT&T Stadium
6/20 -- Green Bay, Wis. -- Lambeau Field
6/27 -- Seattle, Wash. -- CenturyLink Field
7/18 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Target Field
7/25 -- Pasadena, Calif. -- Rose Bowl
8/01 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- Arrowhead Stadium
8/08 -- Denver, Colo. -- Sports Authority Field at Mile High
8/15 -- East Rutherford, N.J. -- MetLife Stadium
8/28 -- Boston, Mass. -- Gillette Stadium