Jason Aldean headed for First Niagara Pavilion
Jason Aldean, fresh off a win as male vocalist of the year at the April 7 Academy of Country Music Awards, has announced more dates on his “Night Train” tour, including a stop Aug. 16 at First Niagara Pavilion, Burgettstown.
Tickets for the show, which will include guests Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett and Dee Jay Silver, go on sale at 10 a.m. April 19. Prices range from $25.50 to $55.25.
Aldean won another award this week for vocal event of the year for his collaboration with Luke Bryan and Eric Church on “Only Way I Know How.” The tour is in support of his hit 2012 album, “Night Train.”
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