Jason Aldean Says Audiences’ Cabin Fever Is Good for His Concerts

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With two weekends of his We Were Here tour already under his belt, Jason Aldean says he can definitely tell that much of the country’s got cabin fever — and that’s making his latest jaunt with Thomas Rhett and A Thousand Horses even more fun.  

“I love getting back out on the road this time of year,” the ACM Male Vocalist of the Year says. “Everybody’s been cooped up in the house trying to stay warm, so I feel like the crowds are fired up, rowdier than ever ready to get out of the house by the time we roll into town. We’re definitely feeling that and it makes taking the stage that much more fun.”

This year, the “Gonna Know We Were Here” singer is rolling out the biggest tour production he’s ever done, as well as a brand new set list. This weekend, he swings through the Dakotas, with stops in Grand Forks and Bismarck, North Dakota on Thursday and Friday, and a date in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Saturday.

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