Jason Aldean Finds Performing At Baseball Parks Meaningful
Jul. 22, 2014
(Nashville, TN) -- Jason Aldean says the stadium dates on his summer tour are particularly special. The country star explains that he's a big baseball fan, so it means a lot to him to be performing at select Major League ballparks throughout the country.
Jason's shows this weekend on his "Burn It Down" tour will be in ballparks. He'll be performing at Nationals Park in Washington, DC on Friday and PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday. Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr are on board for both shows, while Miranda Lambert will also take part in the Pittsburgh concert. Aldean's sets will likely include his just-released new single, "Burnin' It Down." The song is available now from all digital retailers.
Jason Aldean cites his 2013 concerts at Boston's Fenway Park and Chicago's Wrigley Field to explain how special it is to him to be playing Major League ballparks on this summer's tour.