Jason Aldean Extends Wide Open Tour Through The Fall

Multi-platinum country rocker Jason Aldean will extend his WIDE OPEN arena tour into the Fall with an additional 25 dates across the nation. After selling out 39 shows on the first run and breaking attendance records on both coasts, the WIDE OPEN tour will kick back off on Sept. 10 with special guest Luke Bryan joining on the majority of dates.  Uncle Kracker will be opening for 4 of the new tour dates.
 

“We’ve had such a great year with some really big songs and our first big arena tour, and I’m just not ready to move on from it quite yet,” laughs Aldean. “All of us…my band, crew, Luke, and his guys…we’ve been having a blast out on the road together. I think the fans can feel that too. There are a few things to count on…the music will be loud, the beer will be cold, and college football will be on every TV backstage and in the parking lot!”
Aldean is currently in the studio preparing the follow up to 2009’s PLATINUM selling WIDE OPEN. His first three albums have sold more than 3.5 million copies and spawned nine smash hits including “She’s Country,” “Big Green Tractor,” “The Truth,” Why” and “Hicktown.” In the last 13 months Aldean has spent more time at the No. one spot than any other country artist, claiming nine weeks at the summit with three consecutive multi-week chart-toppers. As a tour headliner he has smashed attendance records and continues to pack thousands of fans into sold-out arenas across the country.
WIDE OPEN FALL 2010 DATES:
9/10 Corbin, KY   Ag & Expo Center
9/11 Cleveland, OH   Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
9/17 York, PA   York Fair Grandstand *
9/18 Wilkes Barre, PA   Wachovia Arena
9/19 St. Leonard, MD   Bayside Pavilion *
9/23 Cape Girardeau, MO   Show Me Center
9/24 Tupelo, MS   Bancorpsouth Arena
9/25 Biloxi, MS   Mississippi Coast Coliseum
9/30 Tallahassee, FL   Leon County Civic Center *
10/1 North Charleston, SC   North Charleston Coliseum
10/2 Columbia, SC   Colonial Life Arena
10/3 Cherokee, NC   Cherokee Event Center
10/7 Waco, TX   Heart of Texas Fair & Rodeo
10/8 Corpus Christi, TX   American Bank Center
10/9 Mission, TX   Las Palmas Park
10/14 Madison, WI   Alliant Energy Center
10/15 Evansville, IN   Roberts Stadium
10/21 Champaign, IL   Assembly Hall – U of Illinois
10/22 Ft. Wayne, IN   Memorial Coliseum
10/23 Moline, IL   iWireless Center *
10/28 Oklahoma City, OK   Ford Center
10/29 Springfield, IL   JQH Arena at Missouri State
11/18 Columbus, GA   Columbus Civic Center
11/19 Birmingham, AL   BJCC Arena
11/20 Duluth, GA   Gwinnett Center

* Uncle Kracker Opens