Jason Aldean 2020 Tour Dates Announced, Tickets Available Now

Country music superstar Jason Aldean recently took a moment to announce his upcoming 2020 We Back Tour, which will begin just a few months after the release of his upcoming studio album. He now has a true library of original releases to choose from when putting together a set list, and each of these few-dozen shows are sure to be among the most popular country music tickets of next year. Now is the perfect time for all Jason Aldean fans to secure surprisingly affordable We Back Tour Tickets.

Becoming Jason Aldean

Born Jason Aldine Williams on the final day of February in 1977, the young and talented musician slighty modified the spelling of his middle name and turned it into his surname, giving him a recognizable moniker as he aimed to do big things in the country music business.

Hundreds (if not thousands) of young and talented hopefuls with a guitar and a voice make their way from various regions of the South and Midwest to Nashville every year, hoping to thrive in what is essentially a prerequisite to a career in country music. Aldean’s quest to the heart of the country music universe started on the first day of November 1998 when he was 21 years old. He had three years of playing in small to medium-sized clubs and venues throughout the South under his belt, and knew how to mesh with a band or stand out as a soloist.

Hard-core fans may know that he had a very, very tough time catching on with the country music scene during his first few years in Nashville. Were he without various forms of support from his family, his dream could’ve easily fizzled out and he could be working in a production factory. But he hung onto his dreams, continued to work on his craft, and got a big break when a record label truly dedicated to advancing his career recognized his talents and allowed him to release his first self-entitled album.

Modern Country Artist

With songs such as Why and Amarillo Sky, Aldean showed that he possessed the tools it took to be a modern-day country music artist. Having lived through a few years of uncertainty and a few broken promises, he had entered a phase that a precious few of the several hundred aforementioned artists achieve.

Since his first studio release in 2005, he has released a total of eight more albums, including one about to drop soon. This has led to a total of 10 headlining tours, beginning in 2008 and running up to this year’s Ride All Night Tour.

We Back Tour

Now comes the We Back Tour, which will feature opening artists Morgan Wallen and Riley Green.

The fun begins in Columbia, South Carolina at the Colonial Life Arena on the evening of January 30. This will be followed by a concert at the Amway Center in Orlando on January 31, and a show in Jacksonville on the following night.

After a few days off, the tour will pop up in Des Moines, Iowa at the Wells Fargo Arena on February 6. On to Omaha, Nebraska on the following night for a show inside of the CHI Health Center Arena, a two-tiered Stadium situated just a few steps from the banks of the Missouri River. The westernmost the tour will go involves a show at the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota on February 8.

Fans in Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and West Virginia will be visited over the course of the next week, as the tour zigzags through the easternmost third of the nation. A performance on February 21 at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Virginia will be a hot ticket, and shows in Oklahoma City at the Chesapeake Arena on the 28th and Jonesboro, Arkansas at the First National Bank Arena on February 29 will be book ended by Louisiana shows in Bossier City on February 27 and Lafayette on March 5.

2020 Jason Aldean Tickets

The tour will weave to a close with two Mississippi shows, the first on March 6 in Biloxi and the second on the following evening in Tupelo. The Veterans Memorial Coliseum will be packed on the night of March 12 with Jason Aldean fans in and around the city of Madison and all of Wisconsin. The run is currently scheduled to wrap up with a March 13 performance at the Missoula Arena in Columbia, and a March 14 show at the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. Now is the perfect time for Jason Aldean fans to peruse our large inventory of tickets.