Jason Aldean has been touring the majority of 2016 and has no plans of slowing down any time soon. Aldean’s We Were Here Tour kicked off back in January and ran throughout May. Now, the tour is currently in its third and final leg and has transitioned into the Six String Circus Tour. Beginning back in May, this North American trek will continue throughout the summer and wrap up in October.
Aldean’s next stop on the Six String Circus tour is scheduled for June 24 at the Usana Amphitheatre in West Valley City, Utah, where tickets are averaging $211, and the cheapest ticket available is $57. He will continue on to cities and arenas such as AK- Chin Pavilion in Phoenix, Arizona on August 12, where tickets are averaging $231 and the lowest get-in rate is $49, and Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania on September 15. Here, tickets are averaging $121 and the cheapest ticket available is $34.
Aldean will appear at the PNC Pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina, where tickets are averaging $121 and the cheapest ticket is available for $36. The last stop on his Six String Circus Tour takes place on October 1 in Bristow, Virginia at the Jiffy Lube Live. For this stop, tickets are averaging $182 and the lowest get-in rate is $43.
Jason Aldean is out on the road in support of his sixth studio album, Old Boots, New Dirt, which is home to hits such as “Burning It Down,” “Tonight Looks Good On You” and the album’s fourth single, “Gonna Know We Were Here.”
Aldean has also brought out some friends for his We Were Here/Six String Circus Tour. Thomas Rhett, whose recent single “Die A Happy Man” won Single Record Of The Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2016, and A Thousand Horses, who had radio success with their latest singles, “Smoke” and “Drunk Dial,” are both on the road with Aldean as direct support.