Kenny Chesney's going to have to extend his birthday celebration into two nights this year. Due to high demand for tickets, the ''Til It's Gone' singer has added a second Nashville, Tenn., show to the beginning of his 2015 Big Revival Tour.

The tour is set to kick off on March 26 -- Chesney's 47th birthday -- at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, and now, fans will be able to see Chesney in Music City the following night (March 27) as well.

“When you take a year off and you’re as far into a career as I am, you don’t wanna assume they’re still as hungry for you," Chesney says. "But I've also always said I never want a real fan not to be able to come to the show, so I’m glad I’m able to do two nights in Nashville."

Chesney's two Gillette Stadium shows in Foxboro, Mass., set for Aug. 28 and 29, sold out in 12 minutes.

“When the response [to the Nashville show] was so strong and it looked like people would be left out, I hated that," Chesney adds, "especially for the for the first show of the year ... I’m glad we were able to make it work so everyone who wants to come can!"

The 2015 Big Revival Tour is booked for arenas, amphitheaters and stadiums throughout the summer and will feature some of the hottest acts in country -- Brantley GilbertOld DominionJake OwenChase Rice and Cole Swindell -- in support positions, plus joint stadium shows with Jason Aldean and Eric Church. A full list of dates is available here, and complete ticket information is available at Chesney’s official website.

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