Kenny Chesney returning to Heinz Field in May |

Kenny Chesney returning to Heinz Field in May

Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Kenny Chesney greets the crowd while performing during the The Brothers of the Sun Tour, also featuring Tim McGraw, at Heinz Field on the North Side on Saturday evening, June 30, 2012.

Country superstar Kenny Chesney is headed back to Heinz Field.

According to the Heinz Field Twitter account (@HeinzField), Chesney will perform there on May 30, along with Eric Church.

Chesney took a year off of touring this year, but has played at Heinz Field several times in previous years.

His show in 2013 sparked controversy, after crews had to spend 15 hours cleaning up the parking lots around Heinz Field after the concert. The city implemented new tailgating rules in response to the Chesney show and a 2014 appearance by Luke Bryan, including limiting tailgating in lots near the stadium to five hours before the concert, and passing recycling bags out as tailgaters arrived. People were not permitted in lots after the concert started.

Ticket information for the May show was not available yet.

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