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Jason Aldean Tour Schedule
Riding the success of his latest album, Jason Aldean is embarking on his "Burn It Down" Tour, and it's shaping up to be one of the best shows of the year! Coinciding with his tour will be Kenny Chesney's "Big Revival" Tour, and the two have joint concert dates to put on epic country music concerts around the U.S.! Accompanied by hot country artists like Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, and Tyler Farr, be there to see Aldean perform hits off of Night Train, as well as popular tracks like "Dirt Road Anthem," "She's Country," and "My Kinda Party." Jason Aldean will be hitting 50 cities across the U.S., and you can find him on the Country MegaTicket along with Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, and Rascal Flatts. Don't miss out! Check out Jason Aldean's tour dates and buy your tickets today!
About Jason Aldean
Independent, country, crossover recording artist Jason Aldean is writing his own story. Born in Macon, Georgia, Aldean was playing in the house band at the local bar at age 15. Since his self-titled debut album and hit singles "Why" and "Amarillo Sky," Jason Aldean has been winning over the hearts and minds of fans from the beginning.
Jason Aldean began pursuing a music career immediately following high school, landing small gigs in college towns. Aldean privately recorded a small album in the late 90s to sell at his shows, and was discovered by Michael Knox thereafter and signed with Warner-Chapell Publishing, which landed him in Nashville. Without much progress on the label, Jason Aldean was spotted by Broken Bow Records, and the release of his debut self-titled album followed in 2005. Aldean continued to produce new music, and by 2009, his album, Wide Open, yielded three No. 1 singles, “She’s Country”, “The Truth”, and “Big Green Tractor”. By 2010, Aldean released My Kind of Party, which had additional success. Aldean's duet with Kelly Clarkson, “Don’t You Wanna Stay”, his rap and country compilation“Dirt Road Anthem”, and hit track “Fly Over States” all reached No. 1, and it didn't stop there. Jason Aldean continued to deliver new material for his fans, releasing Night Train in 2012, and climbed to the top of the country charts once again with the single, "The Only Way I Know."