Jason Aldean Back in Arenas in Fall


Jason Aldean will be back out this fall as an arena headlining act – and we suspect he’s doing it again so he can beat up some more on touring partner Luke Bryan.


Jason and Luke toured together in the spring, and the two battled it out in flag football during a stop at Boise State in Idaho.

“He was, ‘I’m the quarterback for my team,’ like he’s Dan Marino,” Jason tells Country Weekly, and laughs.

“The first pass he threw in the game, I intercepted it and ran back 40 yards for a touchdown. He came up with this lame hamstring injury about three plays later.”

Jason’s Wide Open tour—with a recovering Luke Bryan as opener on most dates—starts back up Sept. 10.


Date Location Venue
* Uncle Kracker opening
September 10 Corbin, Ky. Ag & Expo Center
  11 Cleveland, Ohio Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
  17 York, Pa. York Fair Grandstand *
  18 Wilkes Barre, Pa. Wachovia Arena
  19 St. Leonard, Md. Bayside Pavilion *
  23 Cape Girardeau, Mo. Show Me Center
  24 Tupelo, Miss. Bancorpsouth Arena
  25 Biloxi, Miss. Mississippi Coast Coliseum
  30 Tallahassee, Fla. Leon County Civic Center *
October 1 North Charleston, S.C. North Charleston Coliseum
  2 Columbia, S.C. Colonial Life Arena
  3 Cherokee, N.C. Cherokee Event Center
  7 Waco, Texas Heart of Texas Fair & Rodeo
  8 Corpus Christi, Texas American Bank Center
  9 Mission, Texas Las Palmas Park
  14 Madison, Wis. Alliant Energy Center
  15 Evansville, Ind. Roberts Stadium
  21 Champaign, Ill. Assembly Hall - University of Illinois
  22 Ft. Wayne, Ind. Memorial Coliseum
  23 Moline, Ill. iWireless Center *
  28 Oklahoma City Ford Center
  29 Springfield, Ill. JQH Arena at Missouri State
November 18 Columbus, Ga. Columbus Civic Center
  19 Birmingham, Ala. BJCC Arena
  20 Duluth, Ga. Gwinnett Center



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