Kenny Chesney in Wildwood “Unstaged” Concert Guide
On Wednesday, June 20th, Wildwood, NJ, will be the center of the country music universe. If you’re going to the show, click here to have most of your questions answered. And if you don’t have any questions, read all of this stuff anyway.
The City of Wildwood has a .pdf file that you can view and download that answers some frequently asked questions about the concert. Generally speaking, the “doors” open at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, June 20th, and the show starts at 8:30. This is a rain or shine event. The show should run approximately 75 minutes.
Strollers, coolers, bags, back packs, beach chairs, beach blankets, professional cameras, and recording devices are prohibited. Smoking, outside food and beverages, and alcohol are also prohibited from the concert area.
Yes, the show is completely sold out (more on this at the bottom of the page — keep reading). The show will be streamed live on YouTube.
We have had several people ask about handicapped seating at the show. The City of Wildwood says the beach is handicapped accessible at Schellenger Avenue, however it will be difficult for wheelchairs to cross the sandy beach to get to the concert area.
Please plan ahead. With thousands of people entering and exiting Wildwood, expect traffic delays and sold out parking lots. Carpool! Be creative! For example, park away from the concert area and use Wildwood’s boardwalk tram car service to go to and from the show.
So, where will the stage be?
While that general admission area looks small, that is where the tens of thousands of ticket holders will be enjoying the show from. You must have a ticket to enter that area. The City of Wildwood says if you do not have a ticket, do not go to the venue. Click here to download and view a larger version of the map.
Most importantly, be safe and responsible. If you won tickets from us, congratulations and enjoy the show! All information posted here is subject to change. This page is intended to be a general overview. For the most up-to-date information, visit the City of Wildwood’s special Kenny Chesney web page often.