Kenny Chesney brought his tour to the home of No Shoes Nation last weekend. Along for the ride was Old Dominion, who shared a special moment on their social.

While performing at Gillette Stadium last weekend, Old Dominion received big accolades for their music. The group was presented with plagues, marking "No Such Thing As A Broken Heart" as a double-platinum song.

The "Beer With My Friends" collaborators also shared pics from night one of the two-night finale of the Hear & Now Tour.

While on the road, Old Dominion has done pop-up shows at nearby venues. While at the home of the New England Patriots, OD performed at Paradise Rock Club in Boston. The show was free to attend.

Ahead of the final two shows of the tour, Kenny posed for a pic sporting a Patriots tank top, with the empty stadium behind him.

The "Beer With My Friends" singer captioned the pic with: "Tonight is the beginning of the end of the Here And Now Tour at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the birthplace of No Shoes Nation. What a thrill for me and everyone in my No Shoes Nation road family to be back and to feel this love. We’re gonna love you back all weekend."

The Here and Now Tour has been a trek two years in the making, as it was originally planned for 2020. Due to concerns over COVID, the tour was ultimately pushed to this summer. Originally named the Chillaxification Tour, the lineup was also switched up. Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion, and Michael Franti & Spearhead were the original opening acts.

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