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Jason Aldean to Play SunTrust Park in Atlanta

Jason Aldean is a Georgia boy born and raised, so he wanted to come back home for a stadium show at the home of the Atlanta Braves.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Jason Aldean to Play SunTrust Park in Atlanta
Jason Aldean; Photo by Rick Diamond/Country Rising/Getty Images

As a proud Georgia native, Jason Aldean always wanted to show some love by making his home state shows his best and brightest. He finally will make his dream come true when he and some of his other country music pals go to Atlanta to play at the SunTrust Park stadium in the heart of the state.

It’s been a couple months since Aldean wanted to take a break from the touring life and enjoy being at home with his family and his newborn baby boy. But come July, he’ll make his way toward the home of the Atlanta Braves for a special one-night-only performance posted up in the famous sports stadium.

In an Instagram Live press conference, Aldean admitted to being a fan of the Atlanta Braves even in their off seasons and always wanted to make them proud of his career. Putting off concerts in Atlanta for a couple years to lead up to this massive accomplishment, the moment will highlight the best of both worlds for Aldean by putting together his passion for live shows and dedication to sport in one night.

Aldean asked along a few buddies to join him for the party, including Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs. Not only will the “You Make It Easy” singer get down with those stars on the rise, but he also convinced Darius Rucker to reconnect with his iconic band from the 90s and unite Hootie & the Blowfish for a spectacular show like none other.

It doesn’t stop there as Aldean will continue on the roll of the SunTrust show into the next leg of his tour, which gears up for the amphitheater crowds. Playing to fans in cities like Dallas, New York City and Nashville, the singer plans to make his autumn season into one to entertain the masses.

The show will be held on Saturday, July 21, at the SunTrust Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Tickets go on sale on Friday, March 23.