Jason Aldean has a few more places to "burn." The singer tells Rolling Stone Country he's decided to keep his "Burn It Down Tour" going into the new year, and visit places he missed in 2014. But he admits he won't be staging the exact same show.
The Country star explains that he's going to tinker with the set list, and he has certain goals for the production. Jason says he wants to find a way to make the fans in the worst seats "feel like they're on stage," and give everyone at every show a front row experience.
Aldean adds that he's hoping things will go a little more smoothly with his pyrotechnics, since he's including "a lot of fire" in his show. He explains that it's been "a little bit of a learning process," and "a few eyelashes almost singed off a couple of times."
So far Jason has three dates set for next year's trek, which as it stands will begin in Greenville, South Carolina on February 12th. He'll also visit Bossier City, Louisiana on February 19th and Nashville on February 21st. More stops are expected to be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Confirmed Jason Aldean 2015 "Burn It Down Tour" dates
February 12 - Greenville, South Carolina, at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena
February 19 - Bossier City, Louisiana, at the CenturyLink Center
February 21 - Nashville, Tennessee, at the Bridgestone Arena
Other cities slated for Jason Aldean's 2015 "Burn It Down Tour"
Greensboro, North Carolina
North Charleston, South Carolina
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Little Rock, Arkansas
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Corpus Christi, Texas
Charleston, West Virginia
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