PITTSBURGH (AP) — Kenny Chesney is returning to Pittsburgh for the second time since a 2013 concert that drew national attention for the disorderly behavior of fans.
Chesney announced Tuesday he'll be performing with Miranda Lambert and Sam Hunt at Heinz Field on July 2.
The "Spread the Love" tour also includes stops at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field on June 25 and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Aug. 20.
Chesney last performed in Pittsburgh in May. The parking lots opened just four hours before the concert. Officials say there were fewer arrests and less trash left behind than at Chesney's 2013 show.
Ten people were arrested and 25 were cited — 17 for underage drinking — compared to 73 arrests in 2013, when the parking lots opened at 9 a.m.