The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater continues to book huge acts for its summer concert series and announced Monday morning that country star Jason Aldean will headline a show there this August.

The show, a stop on Aldean's Highway Desperado tour, is set for Sunday, August 6th.

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Aldean is a superstar of the genre and boasts 27 No. 1 hits, seven certified platinum albums, 15 billion songs streamed and 20 million albums sold.

The tour follows the release of Aldean's double album "Macon, Georgia," half of which came out in November 2021 with the latter half arriving in April 2022.

Aldean will be joined by two other country singer-songwriters, Mitchell Tenpenny and Corey Kent.

Tenpenny's triple platinum single "Drunk Me" has been streamed more than 618 million times in the United States alone, according to a press release announcing the show.

Kent, 28, began his rise to fame after competing on the Voice in 2015 and landed on the Billboard Hot 100 with his 2022 hit "Wild As Her."

Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday at, and at the Amphitheater Box Office.

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