Jason Aldean Says It’s “Crazy” That He’s Playing Fenway—or Any Stadium

“I was the guy going to all those stadium shows looking around, going, ‘God, this must be awesome,’” he says.

Jason Aldean will be the first country act to play at Boston’s fabled Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, with shows set for Friday (July 12) and Saturday (July 13).

And Jason can’t believe he’s playing in any stadium.

“The stadium thing is just crazy for me, just because, growing up and being a fan of country music. I mean, there wasn’t a lot of country acts that were able to go out and play stadiums like that,” he said.

Not only is Jason playing stadium shows, but the Fenway shows sold out quickly.

“It’s pretty crazy for me to think that. I mean, I was the guy going to all those stadium shows looking around, going, ‘God, this must be awesome,’” he said.

“You know, and now at a point in my career where we’re able to go do that is just incredible.”

Dreams do come true!

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