Jason Aldean’s previously sold out BURN IT DOWN TOUR will continue into 2015, and the smash hit that gave the red-hot tour its name is now No. one on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase radio charts. The two-time ACM “Male Vocalist Of The Year” will kick off the next leg’s 23-city run presented by Live Nation on Feb. 12 in Greenville, SC with special guests Cole Swindell and Tyler Farr. Fans can now purchase tickets for the first announced dates at www.jasonaldean.com with more details to be revealed over the next few weeks.
“We are coming off a big album release week, and we wanted to keep the momentum rolling and get this next leg of the tour announced,” Aldean said. “Cole and Tyler are two of the hottest up-and-coming artists out right now, and I really dig what they do in their live shows. They are also just great friends, so it’ll be cool to have them out and see what kind of trouble we can get into together.”
Critics around the country agree this is Aldean’s ”most explosive tour ever” (Rolling Stone) and a “game changing run” (Billboard).
First Announced Cities on the 2015 BURN IT DOWN TOUR:
N. Charleston, SC
Bossier City, LA
Cedar Falls, IA
Little Rock, AR
Grand Rapids, MI
Ft. Wayne, IN
Corpus Christi, TX
The certified PLATINUM single “Burnin’ It Down” became the fastest selling country single of 2014, holding the No. one position on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart for nine weeks. The track serves as the lead single off Aldean’s recently released sixth studio album OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT, which debuted at No. one on Billboard’s all-genre Top 200 chart, breaking the record for both first-day and first-week streams ever by a country album on Spotify.
To date, Aldean has sold over nine million albums and has taken 14 trips to No. one. Each of his albums has been certified PLATINUM and he has been officially recognized as the top digital male country artist in history with over 21.5 million in digital sales. Aldean’s upcoming tour follows a monumental first leg, which saw him play five stadium dates in addition to sold-out shows in the country’s biggest amphitheaters and arenas.