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Oct 26

Jason Aldean Sells Out Fenway Park in 7 Minutes

Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean photo courtesy of Broken Bow Records.

CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee Jason Aldean’s recently announced 2013 Night Train Tour stop at Boston’s historic Fenway Park sold out in just seven minutes this morning.  Jason is the first county artist to headline Fenway, and the July 13, 2013 show will also feature special guests Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett. After the fast sellout, Jason added a second Fenway show on Friday, July 12, also featuring Miranda, Jake and Thomas.

“When we started talking about playing stadiums, my only request was to play venues that were special and really meant something to me,” explains Jason.  “At 100 years old, Fenway Park is one of the most iconic baseball stadiums in the country and there is absolutely nothing in the world that could be more special than selling that place out…as an entertainer and as a huge baseball fan.  This has been the most unbelievable week…all I can say is THANK YOU.”

Jason announced the date last Thursday when he jetted across the country and made surprise appearances at Fenway, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium to announce that his 2013 Night Train Tour would stop at each of the three stadiums.  Fresh off a record-breaking debut of his new album Night Train, which sold 409,303 copies its first week, the next stops on the Night Train Tour include Jason’s annual “Concert For the Cure” to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure on Oct. 27 and the 2012 Country Music Association Awards on Nov. 1, where he is nominated for “Entertainer of the Year,” “Male Vocalist of the Year” and “Single of the Year.”

Read our review of Night Train >>

For a full list of appearances and more information on Night Train, please visit www.jasonaldean.com.

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