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Jason Aldean Headlines Georgia’s Sanford Stadium

Jason Aldean

ATHENS, GA – APRIL 13: Jason Aldean performs at Sanford Stadium on April 13, 2013 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Chris McKay/Getty Images)

Jason Aldean headlined the first-ever concert at the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium Friday night, playing for more than 60,000 fans. He even made a surprise appearance in the parking lot, causing hysteria. Jason was joined by tour guests Thomas Rhett and Jake Owen as well as Ludacris, who made a special appearance on “Dirt Road Anthem” and Luke Bryan, who joined Jason on “The Only Way I Know.”

“Seeing everything come together the way it did tonight and feeling the energy of the crowd is something I will never forget,” Jason said.  ”When my mom got here last night, we took a walk around the stadium, and it was really emotional for both of us. This place has always meant so much to me, but when I was a kid, we were flat broke and my mom couldn’t afford to buy tickets for us to go to a game. So I watched on TV and dreamed about one day seeing it in person. Tonight was beyond my wildest dreams…the whole thing has honestly shaken me a little bit…it’s has been a night I will never ever forget.”

Jason’s Night Train Tour has sold out every show so far this year. His next stadium stops include Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field.

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Jason Aldean Headlines Georgia’s Sanford Stadium

Jason Aldean

ATHENS, GA – APRIL 13: Jason Aldean performs at Sanford Stadium on April 13, 2013 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Chris McKay/Getty Images)

Jason Aldean headlined the first-ever concert at the University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium Friday night, playing for more than 60,000 fans. He even made a surprise appearance in the parking lot, causing hysteria. Jason was joined by tour guests Thomas Rhett and Jake Owen as well as Ludacris, who made a special appearance on “Dirt Road Anthem” and Luke Bryan, who joined Jason on “The Only Way I Know.”

“Seeing everything come together the way it did tonight and feeling the energy of the crowd is something I will never forget,” Jason said.  ”When my mom got here last night, we took a walk around the stadium, and it was really emotional for both of us. This place has always meant so much to me, but when I was a kid, we were flat broke and my mom couldn’t afford to buy tickets for us to go to a game. So I watched on TV and dreamed about one day seeing it in person. Tonight was beyond my wildest dreams…the whole thing has honestly shaken me a little bit…it’s has been a night I will never ever forget.”

Jason’s Night Train Tour has sold out every show so far this year. His next stadium stops include Boston’s Fenway Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field.

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