By Lora Kaelber Special to Published Apr 26, 2018 at 6:01 PM

MKE Band Camp is a new music series on OnMilwaukee, giving you the quick 411 on upcoming concerts in the 414.

On Saturday, April 28, take me out to the ballgame – not for the Brewers, but for one of the first big concerts of the summer(ish) season, as Miller Park will host four-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney and several of his friends (Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion and Brandon Lay) for his Trip Around the Sun Tour.

The parking lot opens at 2 p.m. for tailgating, while the gates open at 4 p.m. and the show starts at 5 p.m.

Price of admission

Tickets start at $79 for 400 levels seats, up to $252 for Sandbar tickets. Click here to purchase admission.

Why you can’t miss it

A Kenny Chesney show is one you’ll never forget. With a lineup this heavy hitting, you’ll probably be able to put this concert into your top five ... ever. Between Chesney and his openers, they’ve got more number one hits than you can count on your hands AND feet. So you’re in for a blast!

Plus, Chesney has a discography that’s vast and deep. You could listen to Chesney all day and neither repeat a song nor get bored. No Shoe Nation will know every word to every song – and if you don’t, don’t worry; you’ll learn.

Song starter pack

The Hit: "She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy"

It’s hard to pick a Chesney hit, because, well, they’re all hits. But expect "My Tractor’s Sexy," a quintessential country song, to be featured. Who doesn’t love sexy tractors?

The B-Side Beauty: "Young"

Reminiscent of "Jack and Diane," "Young" will remind you of younger times when life was easy and (mostly) responsibility free. Even if it’s chilly at Miller Park, you’ll feel the warmth of this one in your toes.

Can't Wait to See It Live: "The Boys of Fall"

There are two kinds of songs that kill it live: the anthem and the heartstring tugger. "The Boys of Fall" is the latter, a throwback to small towns and the Friday night lights of high school football all told from the perspective of the players. It's powerful in that "catch a moment in time and want to always relive it" way.

Lora Kaelber Special to
Moving to Milwaukee in 1998, Lora quickly adapted to and embraced big city living. A graduate of Carthage College and Marquette University Law School, Lora clerked for the Hon. Diane Sykes at the Wisconsin Supreme Court, worked as a litigator in private practice, and most recently was employed as a development officer for the MACC Fund.

In all of her experiences, time was focused on writing which has been a passion since junior high school. A series of food service industry jobs both before and after law school taught her that bringing out the human side in any story is key to great storytelling and good writing.

A die-hard east side girl, you'll usually find Lora down by the lake or on the Oakleaf. She's an avid photographer, and sometimes storm chaser.

Hobbies include biking, gardening, cross country skiing, swimming, blogging, and of course working on her fictionalized autobiography--fictionalized, because whose life is really interesting enough to fill 400 pages?

She's in IMDb. Look her up.