By the time the last note was played on Saturday night, Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean had well over 100,000 people on their feet singing along to every song, fireworks blasting and four Superbowl trophies being paraded across the stage at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

The 2015 New England Country Music Festival was beyond compare and if you were lucky enough to see one of the shows, you'll be talking about it all winter long. Kenny boarded his jet on Saturday night right after the show and has sent back thanks to all of his fans.

Jason lit fireworks off of the Gillette Stadium stage, Kenny's sets were high energy trips through his catalog of hits with one song leading right into the next and no time to rest in between.

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Also on the bill were Brantley GilbertCole Swindell and Old Dominion. Kenny brought Matthew and Brad from Old Dominion back on stage to sing "Save It For A Rainy Day", his current hit and a song the band wrote. I am grateful for the opportunity to bring Old Dominion on stage each day and couldn't resist the commemorative selfie.

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Each show closed with Kenny and Jason together for the night's encores. David Lee Murphy was Kenny special guest on Friday night. Saturday night the crowd of 58,000 saw Kenny perform his final show of "The Big Revival Tour".