Aldean sells out another stadium
Friday, February 14, 2014
– Jason Aldean added a second 2014 Burn It Down Tour stadium date to his list of sell outs when fans snatched up every ticket to his show at Cleveland Indians Progressive Field on July 18 in a matter of minutes this morning.
Aldean simultaneously sold out two nights at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre today, where he's slated to play for the first time on Sept. 17 and 18.
The first leg of Aldean's headlining 2014 tour kicks off on May 1 in Roanoke, Va. and continues on to 45 cities with Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr also on the bill.
The trek will include five baseball stadiums with the addition of special guest Miranda Lambert on stadium shows in Cleveland (sold out); Cincinnati (sold out) and Pittsburgh.
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