So about a month ago I found out that Jason Aldean and his Night Train Tour were coming to a city nearby.
I was hesitant to buy tickets. It was being held at a local amphitheater and lawn tickets were our best bet because, ticket prices are on the rise. I decided at that time I wasn’t going to go. Wednesday before the show my local radio station had a contest to win a pair of tickets for the coming weekend Jason Aldean concert. Some switch totally went off and I was determined to win a set of tickets. I tried calling all day. It was 5 o clock. Remind you, I started to call at 9:30 in the morning. To win you had to be caller 9 at the top of the hour. I had two phones ready on speed dial.
Call at 5 o clock for your next chance to win. 4:46 I started dialing and the radio station answered. I won! Okay, I went a little over board and starting screaming on the radio. Embarrassing? Naw, just super happy! I got my cowgirl boots on and saddled up for a night on the crazy town. Thomas Rhett and Jake Owen opened for him check out those blogs! Anyway, we got to the amphitheater and I was in awe at how crowded it was. At least 10,000 people tops. It was filled to the brim. We got awesome seats considering we were in the lawn and anyone who knows amphitheaters and lawn tickets will understand where I’m coming from.
Jason Aldean came on and let’s just say his opening was intense! A scene from a train station raddled the theater and there he appeared. His opening song, this “crazy town.” I won’t spill too much of the show for those people who have tickets and he didn’t come to your area yet. He performed for quite some time. He was personable and addressed the crowd. He introduced his band which was really cool. He even made a dig at Justin Bieber. Let’s just say the crowd gave a mixed reaction.
He sang all hits such as Johnny Cash, Dirt Road Anthem, and My Kinda Party. He gave a stellar performance. People were singing along. Or maybe screaming along? Not sure which. I loved to see the age group range from five year olds walking around in cowboy boots and hats to the older folks still rockin’ strong! After all it was a stellar concert. If you have the opportunity to check out his Night Train tour do it! Or if your local radio station has a contest try to win. Well don’t go crazy like me and try every hour, but hey I ended up going and having a rockin’ night.