One of the biggest announcements this week came from country superstar Jason Aldean. The singer visited Good Morning America last week to announce his new tour plans to the public. This new tour event will take the singer to approximately 50 cities during a new event called the Burn It Down tour. According to the singer, during this new tour event, he will also be partnering up with the MLB for special performances that will bring the actor to several big name stadiums such as National Park and Citizens Bank Park. During the new tour event Aldean will be joined on stage by opening acts Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr. During the new tour, fans of the singer can
expect to hear some of his biggest hits of his career as well as several of his latest singles, performed live. The tour will officially kick off on May 1st of this year and will keep the singer on the road throughout the summer. Tickets for the new event officially go on sale to the public on January 24th for those who want to see the singer live.
In other news, two of the biggest rock bands in the business revealed that they will be heading out for a new summer tour event, as rockers Fall Out Boy and Paramore revealed that they will be setting out on tour together this summer for an exciting live event this summer. The rockers will be joined on stage by opening act New Politics. The tour will be called the Monumentour tour and will officially kick off this summer. The tour will begin in Hartford, Connecticut on June 19th and will continue through August. The tour is currently scheduled to wrap up in Concord, California on August 17th. During the event, both bands will be taking the stage to play some of their latest hits for fans. Tickets for the event will officially go on sale to the public on January 17th for those who are looking to see the rockers take the stage live. Will you be getting tickets to see Paramore and Fall Out Boy co-headline this tour.
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