Aldean joins the Circus, plays Fenway
Friday, April 15, 2016
– Jason Aldean will return to the road as his Six String Circus launches May 19th in Arkansas with a date once again at Boston's Fenway Park.
Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses will provide support on the tour.
Aldean was the first country artist ever to play Fenway. He will co-headline the stadium on Sept. 9 with Kid Rock.
"It was really cool to go over and play Australia for the first time last month, but there's nothing like shows at home," said Aldean. "I'm looking forward to Kid Rock meeting up with us in Boston, we've played each other's shows and been friends for awhile, so actually getting to do a full night together somewhere as iconic as Fenway Park is going to be a huge. The guys and I are ready to get back out there for the summer in the amphitheaters. That's always a party waiting to happen with us."
The tour ends Oct. 1 in Bristow, Va., according to Aldean's web site.
Tickets for the first dates of 27-city run are on sale now, while tickets to the Fenway Park show will be available on April 22 at 10 a.m. eastern on JasonAldean.com andLiveNation.com.
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