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Watch Kenny Chesney’s new ‘Get Along’ video, filmed entirely at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa

Were you at the show in April? You might also be in the video.
Kenny Chesney performs at Raymond James Stadium during opening night of his Trip Around The Sun Tour 2018. {Luis Santana | Times]
Kenny Chesney performs at Raymond James Stadium during opening night of his Trip Around The Sun Tour 2018. {Luis Santana | Times]
Published May 24, 2018

Were you at Kenny Chesney's concert on April 21 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa? Then there's a decent chance you might be in his new video.

The country superstar dropped the official video for his new single Get Along on Thursday, and it was apparently filmed entirely in and around RayJay, where he spent a week rehearsing for and then kicking off his 2018 Trip Around the Sun Tour.

The clip heavily features the tailgate scene around RayJay, not to mention Chesney and his band playing Get Along during tour rehearsals and then in concert that night. The stadium itself plays a big role, especially the Buccaneers' pirate ship near the north end zone.

"The whole point of #GetAlong is to look for the common ground instead of worrying about your differences," Chesney wrote in a Facebook post, "and when I look out into the crowd, that's what I see — people who are having a great time, getting along and making the most of every single minute."

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During the concert, Chesney talked about spending time amid the tailgaters at RayJay, clips of which you can see in the video.

"Your passion, your energy, your love for the music inspires me like there's no tomorrow," he told the roaring crowd. "We've been here since Tuesday, rehearsing, and I got asked every day, 'Why Tampa?' And all you've gotta do is listen to this. This is why, Tampa!"

Check out the video below.

Can any of you spot yourself in the video? Let us know in the comments!

— Jay Cridlin