Jason Aldean brought his ‘High Noon Neon Tour’ to Camden, New Jersey’s sold out beyond capacity BB&T Pavilion with special guests Luke Combs, Lauren Alaina, and Dee Jay Silver. This marks the 26th show of the 34-city tour which kicked off in Kansas City on May 10th and finishes up in Irvine, CA on September 29th. The tours name ‘High Noon Neon’ is also the name of a song on Aldean’s 15-track album, Rearview Town, which was released in April of this year (2018).
Launching the evening was Georgia native, Lauren Alaina, with her unfortunately short setlist of just 5 full songs but even though her set was short it was impactful and a good time. Her set included hits like “What Ifs (feat. Kane Brown),” “Doin’ Fine,” and her first number one single, “Road Less Traveled” but it was during “Next Boyfriend” when fans went wild as she picked a lucky guy from the crowd to join her onstage while she performs the single. Alaina’s cover of Guns N’ Roses song “Paradise City” in which she rocked out with her band and sounded amazing. Alaina’s on-stage presence is impeccably confident and the appreciation that she has for her fans is breathtaking and is a force to be reckoned with on stage as she greets them all throughout her set.
Luke Combs splashed his way onto the stage as he drenched the crowd in beer that he threw as he entered the stage to his single “Beer Never Broke My Heart” which instantly made for a massive sing-a-long with the sold out crowd. Performing songs from his highly successful album, This One’s For You, including its three No. 1 singles “Hurricane,” “When It Rains It Pours,” and the records third No. 1 single “One Number Away.” His 10-song setlist included a song everyone knew as Combs’ music floods the local radio stations currently.
Between sets Dee Jay Silver created some unique blends and mashups of smash hit radio songs across all genres from pop, to rap, to hip/hop, to country favorites making for a fun dance party between each set.
Bursting onto the stage to headline the evening was, Jason Aldean, the 3-time ACM Entertainer of The Year winner launching his set with “Gettin’ Warmed Up,” from his latest album, Rearview Town, which also happens to be his fourth consecutive No. 1 album release. “Drowns the Whiskey,” “You Make It Easy,” and “Rearview Town” were also played from his latest record, however his setlist contained everything from new music to his first album in 2005 and everything in between. Making for an evening of incredible music, something for all of his fans to enjoy, old and new fans.
Aldean’s production was different, unique, and featured a massive video wall that had vibrant scenes matching each song including football games, bonfires, live performances, etc. His entrance to the stage was awesome jumping out from beneath the stage as he catapulted high above the stage level before landing making his grand entrance earlier in the show. Highlights of Aldean’s set would definitely include when he performed “Tattoos on This Town” and “Night Train” as there was a massive sing-a-long with the fans that sold out the show months in advance.
Aldean didn’t pull a typical encore, instead of leaving the stage Aldean just stayed on stage and performed three additional songs to end his mind-blowing set including “She’s Country,” “Burnin’ It Down,” and “Crazy Town.”
The High Noon Neon Tour is a powerful bunch of performers not to mention insanely talented lineup of impressive vocalists. We highly recommend tossing on your cowboy boots and getting out to the tour before it wraps up in late September in Irvine, CA. Pick up a pair of tickets and see the rest of Jason Aldean’s tour dates, HERE.
Check out our exclusive photo gallery from the High Noon Neon Tour below:
Check out the remaining ‘High Noon Neon Tour’ dates below:
|9/7/18||Nashville, TN||Bridgestone Arena|
|9/13/18||Cincinnati, OH||Riverbend Music Center|
|9/14/18||Clarkston, MI||DTE Energy Music Theatre|
|9/15/18||Toronto, ON||Budweiser Stage|
|9/20/18||San Diego, CA||Mattress Firm Amphitheatre|
|9/22/18||San Bernardino, CA||Glen Helen Amphitheater|
|9/27/18||Sacramento, CA||Toyota Amphitheatre|
|9/28/18||Mountain View, CA||Shoreline Amphitheatre|
|9/29/18||Irvine, CA||FivePoint Amphitheater|