Jason Aldean Announces Burn It Down Tour
Aldean played some historic baseball stadiums last year, but this year he's moving even further in that direction. "We partnered up with Major League Baseball for a new tour," Aldean said during his Good Morning America appearance.
"We're going to [play] a bunch of stadiums this year." Aldean said tour would encompass about 50 shows, and he's also got some solid support. "We've got Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr going out with us, so it's going to be a big year."
Thursday afternoon, Aldean also revealed details on which cities the tour would hit. He also announced names of the baseball stadiums he will play in. These include Nationals Park (Washington, D.C.), Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia, Penn.), PNC Park (Pittsburgh, Penn.) and Great American Ball Park (Cincinnati, Ohio).
The Burn It Down Tour will kick off May 1 in Roanoke, Virginia and continue on to roughly 50 cities. See the full list here.
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