If you happen to drive by Lambeau Field this week, you’ll probably notice that something is up.
Trucks. Lots of trucks.
That’s because Lambeau has begun its transformation into a concert venue, something that used to happen almost never, but now appears to be something that could become the norm. Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean will be playing Lambeau this Saturday and you know the drunken rednecks are fired up about that.
This will be the second time Chesney has played Lambeau Field. He also did it back in 2011.
No concerts were scheduled in the interim years because of stadium construction.
However, that wasn’t the first show at Lambeau either. Survivor played it back in 1985 and yes, my mullet and I were there.
You know why?
You know why!
Here’s the scene on Tuesday.
— Lambeau Field (@LambeauField) June 17, 2015
I remember that concert. I was there too. And I had a mullet.
Yes sir! hillbilly heaven . . . Alabama North. Things have really changed since I moved away. Damn shame. The numbing and dumbing down of the Midwest.
Than you for stating the truth. The popularity of that bullshit “country music” with its obvious maudlin marketing shows how stupid people really are.
I’m going. And I can’t wait… 6 hours of tailgating before the show? Yes please. Maybe this music isn’t for you. That’s fine. I’m not ashamed to say that I enjoy shows like this.
The singer reminds me of the movie European Vacation when Rusty wore that goofy hat.
Even if this music wast for you. Freaking Tailgate.