Country music star Alan Jackson has added dates for the summer and fall to the Honky Tonk Tour 2017. The 2017 County Music Hall of Fame inductee will be touring North America during select dates this summer, so make plans to see this top country artist.
Jackson has had a charmed career, according to his statement regarding the Country Music Hall of Fame Induction. Jackson said, "My whole career has just been a fairytale, all the stuff that's happened to me." He explained that he went to Nashville with nothing, ignorant about the music industry. He was working odd jobs and his wife Denise was an airline stewardess before a chance meeting with Glenn Campbell changed the course of his life. He signed with Arista Records and moved to Music City within weeks.
Jackson's first album was Here's to the Real World. His hits include "I'd Love You All Over Again," "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow," "Wanted," "Country Boy," "Chattahoochee" and "Where Were You When the World Stopped Turnin'." His recent releases include Angels and Alcohol (2015, The Genuine Alan Jackson Story: Celebrating 25 Years (2015) and the acclaimed "Alan Jackson The Bluegrass Story (2013). An acclaimed artist, Jackson has won over 150 industry awards, including 18 Academy of Country Music Awards, 15 Country Music Awards, two Grammy Awards, and more.according to the official Alan Jackson website. He is a member of the Nashville songwriter's Hall of Fame and the iconic Grand Ole' Opry.
The final concert on Alan Jackson's schedule is at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn.The concert, which also features country star Lee Ann Womack, was originally scheduled for Nov. 19, 2017, but has been rescheduled to Oct. 28, 2017. See AXS for tickets for this performance.
Alan Jackson's Honky Tonk Tour Dates 2017
May 27 - Forest City, IA - Tree Town Country Music Fest
June 23 - North Platte, NE - Nebraskaland Days
Aug. 3 - Detroit Lakes, MN - WE Fest
Aug. 4 - Brookings, SD - Swiftel Center
Aug. 12 - Sedalia, MO - Missouri State Fair
Aug. 13 - West Allis, WI - Wisconsin State Fair
Aug. 25 - Evansville, IN - Ford Center
Aug. 26 - Champaign, IL - State Farm Center
Sept. 8 - St. Charles, MO - Family Arena
Sept. 22 - Charleston, WV - Charleston Civic Center
Sept. 23 - Erie, PA - Erie Insurance Arena
Oct. 27 - GreenBay, WI - Resch Center
Oct. 28 - Minneapolis, MN - Target Center (Click here for tickets)
Nov. 3 - New Orleans, LA - Cajundome (Click here for tickets)