Aldean does Know his tour

Sunday, January 15, 2017 – Jason Aldean will launch the They Don't Know Tour later this year with Chris Young and Kane Brown opening.

While few specific dates were announced, Aldean did name the cities he would play including Los Angeles, Toronto, Philadelphia and Washington.

Aldean starts the tour in Toledo, Ohio on April 27. Dee Jay Silver also will be on the tour. Tickets for the first dates will be available beginning Jan. 20 at 7:30 a.m. Central time at JasonAldean.com and LiveNation.com.

"It only takes a couple weeks off the road before I get that itch, and I'm already feeling it," said Aldean. "We're going to spend some time switching the production up to be bigger and louder than anything we've ever done. It'll be cool to have Chris back out with us, and Kane is the right guy to get the fans riled up."

Tour cities are:
Ft Wayne, IN
Green Bay, WI
Charleston, WV
Cleveland, OH
Chicago, IL
Providence, RI
Uncasville, CT
Toronto, ON
Darien Center, NY
Wantagh, NY
Charlotte, NC
Indianapolis, IN
St. Louis, MO
Cincinnati, OH
Birmingham, AL
Jacksonville, FL
Tampa, FL
West Palm Beach, FL
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, DC
Virginia Beach, VA
Raleigh, NC
Holmdel, NJ
Salt Lake City, UT
Denver, CO
Albuquerque, NM
Spokane, WA
Sacramento, CA
Mountain View, CA
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, CA
Anaheim, CA

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