Closing out the 2018 country concert season at DTE Energy Music Theatre, Jason Aldean goes out with a bang with another sold out show. 

One week prior to wrapping up another successful concert season, 2018 ACM Entertainer Of The Year Jason Aldean brings his High Noon Neon Tour to a full capacity crowd at the outdoor amphitheatre.

With a full-on high energy show, Jason gives it his all during the 90-minute performance for his loyal Michigan fans.  From the beginning of the show when he catapults up through the stage during his “Gettin’ Warmed Up” to his show ending “Crazy Town,” he keeps the crowd standing and singing, at their seats and up on the grassy hillside. 

With a solid library of hits, Jason has accumulated 30 singles from his eight studio albums that have turned 19 of those into #1  tracks.  During his show, he continues on with hit upon hit that the fans have grown accustomed to with Jason.  He delivers strong powerhouse tunes that include “Johnny Cash,” “Hicktown,” “She’s Country” and “Burnin’ It Down” to the softer side with “Any Ol’ Barstool,” “Night Train,” “Amarillo Sky” and “The Truth.” 

Not wasting any time talking or showboating, Jason stays right on course of entertaining the crowd by just playing the hits.  He does, however, take a moment to tease his fans when he states that he had reached out to another artist to come to visit Detroit to help him perform his latest single “Drowns The Whiskey” from the new album Rearview Town.  After getting the crowd all worked up and excited, he confesses that duet partner Miranda Lambert wasn’t able to make it so we are going to have to settle with Jason and his guitarist to assist on vocals.  

With the performance this evening and the reactions from the crowd, there is no questions why Jason continues to remain at the top of the charts and win awards, just like the 2017 and 2018 ACM Entertainer Of The Year. 

Along with Jason, he has also invited friends Dee Jay Silver to spin country mixes between sets,  the crowd favorite new male artists Luke Combs and the beautiful young Lauren Alaina to join him on the High Noon Neon Tour.

Newcomer Luke Combs pumps up the crowd with his set that includes his debut single “Hurricane” that opened the charts at #1 along with his next two “When It Pours” and “One Number Away.”  Not to forget his current track “Beautiful Crazy,” Luke also goes back old school with some older traditional country sounds with a medley cover of “Take It Easy (Eagles),” “Should’ve Been A Cowboy (Toby Keith)” and “Chasin’ That Neon Rainbow (Alan Jackson).”

Best known as the runner-up contestant on season 10 (2011), Lauren opens the show with her performance of her first solo #1 hit “Road Less Traveled” and her first duo #1 with “What If’s” that was recorded with fellow high school classmate Kane Brown.  Showing love for her favorite 90’s female artists she includes her newest release “Ladies in the 90’s.”

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Jason Aldean setlist:

  1. Gettin’ Warmed Up     2. Take A Little Ride     3. They Don’t Know     4. A Little More Summertime     5. Any Ol’ Barstool     6. When She Says Baby     7. Tattoos On This Town     8. Night Train     9. Amarillo Sky     10. The Truth     11. Drowns The Whiskey     12. Johnny Cash     13. Fly Over States     14. Lights Come On     15. Rearview Town     16. The Only Way I Know     17. Big Green Tractor     18. You Make It Easy     19. Hicktown     20. Dirt Road Anthem (Colt Ford cover)     21. My Kinda Party (Brantley Gilbert cover)     22. She’s Country     23. Burnin’ It Down     24. Crazy Town 

Event Date: 14-SEP-2017