Armed with his chart topping 2009 album “Wide Open” which spawned three chart topping singles making him a household name, Jason Aldean continues to hit the wide open road in support of his current release, and also to pave the way for the arrival of his new album.
The Macon, GA native will be going back to his southern roots when he hits Atlanta on November 20, Saturday. He is set to perform at The Arena at Gwinnett Center at 7:30 PM.
Tickets for the event will be available to the public on October 1, Friday, at 10 AM EDT via Ticketmaster. Two presale events will get underway on September 29, Wednesday: the Aldean Army Fan Club Presale starting at 10 AM EDT and the Sponsor Presale happening at 12 AM EDT. Ticket prices are set from $34.75 to $39.75.
Fans attending the Atlanta show can preview singles scheduled to come out of Aldean’s new album which will be released around the same time as the singer’s show in the south. And while critics say that the country crooner’s new album was a 180 degree turn from his usual sound, Aldean says that he might have tried adding new beats and sounds here and there onto some tracks but the end product still sounds very Jason Aldean.
For more information on Aldean’s “Wide Open” tour and his new release, log onto Jason Aldean Tour.