Jason Aldean will return to Las Vegas for a three-night concert series. Titled Jason Aldean: Ride All Night Vegas, the concert will launch on Dec. 6 and include three consecutive nights at Park Theatre at Park MGM.
“I’ve wanted to bring our show back to Vegas for a while now, and the timing feels right,” Aldean said in a statement. “We’re going to pack up the show, set it up for a couple days and hang out with our Vegas family. I’m looking forward to being back.”
Tickets for each of the three concerts on Dec. 6-8 will go on sale to the general public on Aug. 23 Ticketmaster. Members of Aldean’s fan club can purchase tickets beginning Aug. 20 at 10:00 a.m. PT the singer’s website. Tickets start at $39.
Aldean joins the ranks of several country artists performing a series of select dates in Las Vegas. George Strait recently extended his three-year Strait to Vegas show, while Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn's residency has been a staple over the past several years. Florida Georgia Line, Shania Twain and Lady Antebellum have also hosted residency shows in Sin City recently.
Additionally, Aldean’s 2019 has been a memorable one. In April, he was awarded the Dick Clark artist of the decade award at the ACM Awards in Las Vegas.
“I was kind of blown away,” Aldean previously told Billboard. “I mean, for one, it came out of left field for me. I didn't even know that, that was comin' up. Obviously I look back on the last 10 years and we've had a great run. But at the end, there's a lot of artists in country music that had a great run over the last 10 years, and so to be the one that everybody voted for that thought should have that, I mean, that means a lot to me.”