Aldean scuttles We Back Tour tour
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Aldean scuttles We Back Tour tour

Tuesday, May 19, 2020 – Jason Aldean scuttled his 2020 We Back Tour today, one of three tours postponed today in the wake of COVID-19.

"We're making the call to postpone my We Back Tour until 2021," Aldean posted on social media. "The health and safety of my fans, my band and crew and all the local workers in your town who help pull off our shows each night is something we're not going to gamble on. I can promise you we'll get you new dates as soon as we can and that me and the boys will be back next year bigger and louder than ever."

The tour was slated to open July 17 in Toronto, Canada and end Sept. 26 in Irvine, Cal. Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny and DeeJay Silver were slated to appear as openers.

Sam Hunt and Tim McGraw also canceled 2020 tours today.


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