We’ll consider this one a “home run” for Jason Aldean.
This morning, tickets for the ACM Entertainer of the Year’s September 9 show at Boston’s iconic Fenway Park sold out in just 90 minutes. The show, which part of the superstar’s Six String Circus Tour, will also feature co-headliner Kid Rock.
This isn’t the “Lights Come On” singer’s first time to play the ballpark. He previously smashed attendance records set by Paul McCartney and Dave Matthews with his first sell-out at the beloved venue.
The news comes after Aldean returned home to his hometown of Macon, Georgia for an intimate show to raise funds for for Children’s Hospital, Navicent Health. Tickets for the stripped-down performance sold out within minutes and total funds raised tallied more than $500,000.
“Pretty overwhelming the amount of money that was raised by the community of Macon last night and I couldn’t be more proud to call it my hometown,” Aldean shared in a press release. “Every single penny helps an organization that means a lot to me and I can’t thank everyone enough for helping these kids. Emotions were running high seeing all those faces familiar faces come out to support.”
Aldean’s Six String Circus Tour officially kicks off May 9 in Rogers, AR.