Saturday, September 5, 2015 at [time TBA]
Good news for Jason Aldean fans – the country singer mega-star is extending his “Burn it Down” tour into 2015. Aldean added 23 cities to the tour leg, including Nashville, Charleston, Little Rock, Beaumont and Hartford.
The 23-city run will kick off on February 12 in Greenville, South Carolina and come to a close in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Aldean’s first leg of his “Burn it Down” tour sold out fast, which means fans now have 23 more opportunities to see the country star perform. Aldean told the press that he wanted to hit a few cities that he missed on the first leg of the tour.
The second leg of the tour also gives Aldean a chance to change his set list. So far, he’s been opening his shows with “Hicktown” and playing his biggest hits like “Amarillo Sky,” “Big Green Tractor,” “Johnny Cash” and “Burning’ It Down” and other fan favorites before closing with “She’s Country”.
Aside from set list changes, Aldean is also working on ways to make fans who are sitting in the worst seats feel like they’re a part of the show.
Cole Swindell and Tyler Farr will join Aldean on this leg the tour. Farr is best known for his singles “Redneck Crazy” and “Whiskey in My Water”. Fans know Cole Swindell for “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” and “Chillin’ It”. The two acts will hit stage first to get the crowd ready for Jason Aldean’s performance.
Aldean recently released a new album Old Boots, New Dirt, which hit Number One on the Billboard 200 chart. It also broke the record for first-week and first-day streams by a country artist on Spotify.
Jason Aldean is a country singer from Macon, Georgia who first rose to fame in 2005. The country star has released six albums and 21 singles.
Three of his albums, Relentless, Wide Open, and his self-titled debut album are all certified single-platinum. His 2010 release of My Kinda Party is certified triple-platinum, while Night Train is certified double-platinum.
Twelve of Aldean’s 21 singles have peaked at Number One on the Country Airplay or Hot Country Songs charts, including “She’s Country,” “Big Green Tractor,” “Why,” “Dirt Road Anthem,” and “Take a Little Ride”.
Tickets for the second leg of Jason Aldean’s “Burn it Down” tour are now on sale. New dates may be added in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for the latest news.