Jason Aldean has become one of the biggest country music stars over the past few years and has racked up all kinds of achievements and awards along the way. To date Aldean has had 12 Number 1 hits and sold over 8.5 million records and his most recent album "#1 Night Train" went Platinum.
Aldean has hit the road to promote his latest album on his Night Train Tour which will run through October and features Florida Georgia Line as well as up and coming country singer Tyler Farr as the opening acts. Theres still plenty of time to catch Aldean's Night Train Tour as there are currently 40 more shows left before he finishes up in Dallas, Texas on October 25th. Tickets for the Night Train Tour have fallen significantly recently, according to Frontrowtickets.com, as they use to be averaging $318 two weeks ago but the current tour average is now $246, for a total difference of 30%. The cheapest show of the entire Night Train Tour is the September 7th concert at Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach which is going for the incredibly low average of just $87 and a Get-in of $68.
This month Aldean will make his way through Kansas City and perform at the Sprint Center on the 28th for which tickets are in high demand. This show is Aldean's only trip through Kansas City all year and has seen ticket prices climb by almost $100 over his tour average for this show. With a Get-in price of $157 at Frontrowtickets.com and average ticket costing $340 it is the third most expensive show of the Night Train Tour but with tickets prices going up every day it would be wise to get your Jason Aldean tickets