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Aldean returns to Vegas

Monday, August 19, 2019 – Jason Aldean is going back to Vegas.

Aldean, who headlined the Route 91 Harvest music festival the night 58 people were murdered by a gunman firing from a hotel, will be back for three nights at the Jason Aldean: Ride All Night Vegas, Dec. 6-8, at the Park MGM.

The "Aldean Army" fan club can first purchase tickets on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Pacific time before general on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. Pacific at www.jasonaldean.com.

"I've wanted to bring our show back to Vegas for a while now, and the timing feels right," said Aldean. "We're going to pack up the show, set it up for a couple days and hang out with our Vegas family. I'm looking forward to being back."

Aldean was unhurt in the shootings, which occurred during his set.


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