Thursday, January 9, 2014

Jason Aldean set to play concert at Great American Ball Park

Dust off you cowboy boots and cowboy hats, y'all. Jason Aldean is scheduled to make a concert appearance at Great American Ball Park this summer.

On Thursday, the country music star unveiled some of the stops along his 50-date stadium tour, aptly named the 2014 Burn It Down Tour, and there were a handful of Major League Baseball venues that made the cut.

As seen in the video above, the confirmed list of stadiums that Aldean is scheduled to play in at some point this summer include Great American Ball Park, Nationals Park, PNC Park, and Citizens Bank Park.

“It’s no secret that I grew up dreaming of playing baseball stadiums,” said Aldean. “I thought it would be as a first baseman, but playing them as a musician is just as sweet! We’re going to crank this thing up to 11, bring along our buddies Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr and put on the biggest and best show we can. My goal is that when the last song is over, and you’re walking back to the parking lot, you’re already on your phone searching to find the next show.”

The 36-year-old has enjoyed tremendous success within the music industry over the past decade. Aside from numerous awards, Aldean has produced 10 number one singles, as well as four certified platinum albums. Some of his more notable hits include "Big Green Tractor," "Why," and "Night Train."

Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr will be his opening acts on the tour.

Hat tip to Jamie Ramsey of Better Off Red for the find

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