Jason Aldean Returns to Alabama for ‘Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour’
Prepare to be happy, Jason Aldean Fans.
The country star has announced 35 dates for his “Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour”, including a stopover in Alabama.
Prices range from $49.75 to $149.75, plus service fees, according to promoter Red Mountain Entertainment. (Full list price is $49.75, $59.75, $69.75, $79.75, $89.75, $99.75, $109.75, $125.75 and 149, $75.)
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The tour begins July 15 in Scranton, Pennsylvania and ends October 29 in Wichita, Kansas. The Birmingham show is Aldean’s only stop in Alabama, but it plays in Southern cities such as Dallas (August 19), New Orleans (September 24), Nashville (October 14) and Savannah, Georgia (1st October).
Aldean is no stranger to Alabama; he has performed here several times over the years at venues such as the BJCC, Oak Mountain Amphitheater in Pelham, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater and Wharf Amphitheater in Orange Beach.
“I’m ready to go out and feel the nights come alive,” Aldean said via press release. “We are already thinking about the setlist. … There will be songs on the new record like “Rock And Roll Cowboy,” which felt like a big touring name because it’s about knowing you belong on the road.
Aldean, 44, from Georgia, has nearly a dozen studio albums to his name since 2005, including multi-platinum records such as ‘My Kinda Party’, ‘Wide Open’ and ‘Night Train’. His hits include “Why”, “Flyover States”, “Big Green Tractor”, “Don’t You Wanna Stay” (with Kelly Clarkson), “Tattoos on the Town”, “She’s Country”, “Take a Little Ride” and more.
Aldean’s latest album, “Macon”, released in November 2021, is the first half of a two-part project. “Georgia,” the second half, is set to be released on April 22. Aldean’s 2022 tour takes its name from “Rock and Roll Cowboy”, a track from “Georgia” and its new single.
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