Jason Aldean: From Toledo to Tupelo

"Bigger and Louder Than Anything We've Done"

Just like he sings in his song “Gonna Know We Were Here,” Jason Aldean’s fans are sure gonna he was there.

His brand new They Don’t Know Tour will kick off on April 27 in Toledo, Ohio, and will make more than 50 stops before wrapping in Tupelo, Mississippi.

“It only takes a couple weeks off the road before I get that itch, and I’m already feeling it. We’re going to spend some time switching the production up to be bigger and louder than anything we’ve ever done,” Aldean said in a press release on Friday (Jan. 13).

He’s bringing newcomer Kane Brown out on the road with him, along with Chris Young, who joined Aldean on the road in 2011.

“It’ll be cool to have Chris back out with us, and Kane is the right guy to get the fans riled up,” he said.

Aldean will be performing March 19 at the Runaway Country Music Fest in Kissimmee, Florida, before launching his new tour.

Additional cities and dates will be announced in the near future, but Aldean’s performance schedule already includes several previously-announced festivals.

According to his website, these stops have been confirmed:

April 27: Toledo, Ohio
April 28: Fort Wayne, Indiana

May 7: Frisco, Texas
May 18: Providence, Rhode Island
May 19-20: Uncasville, Connecticut
May 28: Forest City, Iowa

June 9: Hunter Mountain, New York
June 11: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
June 16: Grand Junction, Colorado

July 14: Morristown, Ohio
July 23: Twin Lakes, Wisconsin
July 29: Cheyenne, Wyoming

Aug 4: Sweet Home, Oregon
Aug 6: Camrose, Alberta