Jason Aldean Hits One (or More) Out of the Park

photo courtesy Jason Aldean Facebook

While Night Train is on target to be the biggest album of Jason Aldean's career, he hit another one out of the park by announcing a couple of 2013 tour dates at the venues where those concerts will be held—which happen to be major league baseball stadiums!

Jason started Thursday morning (Oct 18) at Boston's Fenway Park where it was announced that he will be the first country artist to play the legendary park on July 13. Joining him for that show will be Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett. He then jetted to Chicago where he was joined by press and fans to reveal he will play Wrigley Field on July 20 with pals Kelly Clarkson, Jake and Thomas Rhett.

 Where is he off to next?

Additional dates are expected to be announced. Stay tuned!

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