Jason Aldean Brandon MS Tickets
Jason Aldean is bringing his High Noon Neon Tour to your city very soon and Jason Aldean Brandon MS tickets for the event have already started selling out. The evening will begin with performances by opening acts Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs. So fans can expect to have a fantastic time at the Brandon Amphitheater. The tour is named after a song that features on Aldean’s newest album release Rearview Town which consists of fifteen tracks overall.
Rearview Town is the name of Jason Aldean’s latest music album. It was released through Broken Bow Records in April of 2018. The record debuted at the number one spot on the US Billboard 200, becoming the country singer’s fourth consecutive top record in the US.
The musician has collaborated with artists such as Miranda Lambert and Florida Georgia Line for this album. Its lead single You Make It Easy has been co-written by Florida Georgia Line members. It was released before the album in February, 2018 and reached the 28th spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and second on both Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs chart.
In an article published in Rolling Stone Country, it was stated that the record’s title track is themed around leaving the past behind and moving on to better things in life.
High Noon Neon Tour
High Noon Neon Tour is the title of the country crooner’s latest headlining tour. It is named after a song on his recent album Rearview Town. The song reminds Jason of the bars in Georgia where he grew up playing and from where his career actually started.
Jason has roped in Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina as support acts for the outing. Called ‘one of the genre’s most consistent live draws by Rolling Stone magazine, Jason’s shows are anxiously looked forward to by country fans. To make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity, grab your Jason Aldean Brandon MS tickets at the earliest.
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