This year, the “Highway Desperado” might stop in your community.

With special guests Mitchell Tenpenny, Corey Kent, and Dee Jay Silver, country music superstar Jason Aldean will embark on his forthcoming “Highway Desperado Tour” from July through October.

While on the run, the “You Make It Easy” singer also has two enormous shows scheduled in New York.

On July 14, he will perform first at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. The Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs will host Aldean two days later, on July 16.

You can buy tickets starting today to witness Aldean perform songs from his ambitious double-album “Macon” and “Georgia” live.

Fans can buy tickets on websites like Vivid Seats before the event’s official on-sale date, even though inventory won’t be accessible on Ticketmaster until Friday, Feb. 17.

Vivid Seats is a platform for secondary market ticket sales; depending on demand, prices may be higher or cheaper than face value.

Your purchase will be safe and secure, and it will be delivered before the event, according to their 100% buyer guarantee.

Schedule for Jason Aldean’s 2023 tour

Aldean has two special engagements lined up before the start of the regular 41-concert tour.

On March 6, he will perform at the Houston Rodeo at NRG Stadium. On June 24, he is scheduled to appear at North Platte, Nebraska’s Wild West Arena.

Aldean will perform in Cincinnati (July 21), Atlanta (Aug. 5), Charlotte (Aug. 10), Chicago (Sept. 9) and Denver after the tour officially kicks off (Oct. 7).

On October 28, The Highway Desperado will play the last of his scheduled performances at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fair Grounds.

Here is a comprehensive calendar with all upcoming Aldean tour dates, venues, performance timings, and links to purchase tickets.

new songs by Jason Aldean

Aldean most recently made his sentimental Christmas tune, “Christmas In Dixie,” available in late 2022.

But before that, in 2021 and 2022, respectively, the two-time winner of a Country Music Award released his double album “Macon” and “Georgia” to the public.

Looking to catch up on Aldean’s most recent music?

Here you can listen to “Macon,” and here you can hear “Georgia.”

Opening performers for Jason Aldean

On his summer tour, The Highway Desperado is joined by a few buddies.

What you should know about each of Aldean’s special guests is provided below.

The 33-year-old country singer-songwriter Mitchell Tenpenny is from Nashville and is best known for his hymn “Drunk Me.” Tenpenny released the 20-track album “This Is The Heavy” in 2022, which skillfully combines rock, pop, and country music.

When Corey Kent competed on NBC’s “The Voice,” he burst onto the music world in 2015. After releasing two successful albums that produced hit singles including “Ain’t My Day” and “Gold,” Kent has now found success as a solo artist.

The first DJ to ever be signed by a Nashville record label was Dee Jay Silver. Hip-hop, rock, house, and country are all combined in his distinctive sound to produce an entirely new musical experience. Starting with his genre-defying, party-starting “Dixieland Delight” featuring Nappy Roots is advised.

Touring country music artists in 2023

Over the upcoming few months, there won’t be a shortage of country music singers on tour.

Here are just five of our five favorite acts you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you.

• Geroge Strait with Chris Stapleton

• Zac Brown Band

• Luke Combs

• Kenny Chesney

• Thomas Rhett


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