Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour Lights Up Cincinnati Skies [Exclusive Pictures]
Jason Aldean brought some big-name friends along when he played Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park in Ohio over the weekend. Aldean lit up the stage with fireworks, good tunes and a grand entrance during his July 19 appearance.
Tyler Farr, Florida Georgia Line and Miranda Lambert all joined the country superstar at the home of the Cincinnati Reds. Farr kicked off the night in style, both with his hits and one cover song. The 'Whiskey in my Water' singer played a unique rendition of Awolnation's 'Sail.'
FGL brought things up a notch with their energetic set. They sang their big hits, and even ended the set with a little celebration, taking shots of Fireball in front of the crowd.
Then, it was Lambert's turn. The starlet brought some girl power to the Cincinnati show, playing for nearly an hour before Aldean took the stage. She sang a few songs from her new album, including 'Priscilla,' 'Red Wagon' and her single, 'Automatic.'
The man of the hour came with a grand entrance. Aldean's Burn It Down Tour debut included fire, loud booms and the superstar rising from below the stage. Those fans who have been following the singer over the last few years will note that his set just keeps getting bigger and better. He kept it energetic and upbeat throughout the show, and Kelly Clarkson even 'appeared' on the big screen to sing 'Don't You Wanna Stay' with Aldean.
One thing is for sure: Aldean fans in Cincinnati were not disappointed.