Aldean plays two nights at Fenway
Monday, September 12, 2016
– Jason Aldean played two nights at Boston's Fenway Park on Friday and Saturday nights before more than 60,000 fans on the 2016 Six String Circus Tour.
The shows also featured Kid Rock and tour mates Thomas Rhett, A Thousand Horses and Dee Jay Silver.
"We've had these shows circled on our calendar for quite a while," said Aldean. "This is one of the most iconic ballparks in the country with so much history, and we were able to cut loose and have some fun with those crowds. It was pretty cool to play new music off this album, at the same time the Red Sox are number one."
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