Jason Aldean will Ride All Night with Kane Brown and Carly Pearce on 2019 tour

ABC/Image Group LAThree-time ACM Entertainer of the Year Jason Aldean will kick off his Ride All Night Tour May 3 in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Kane Brown will join Jason on the trek, just as he did on 2017's They Don't Know Tour.

"Kane was out with us a couple years ago, and, you know, I just kind of hit it off with him..." Jason explains. "He's kinda become like my little brother almost. And so, when I go on tour, I mean, I want to be out there with guys that I like hanging out with."

"And it doesn't hurt that Kane's on fire right now," he adds. "I mean, he's as hot as it gets. So, yeah, I'm just excited to have him back out. I'm excited to see his show, but also just to kinda have a buddy out there on tour with us for the year."

Carly Pearce, who's previously opened for Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, will be along as well.

"You know, I think it's great to have a female out on the show, just to kind of change it up a little bit," Jason says. "We had Lauren Alaina out last year, and I thought that worked out really well."

"So Carly is coming off a big year, she's doing really well," he continues. "So I think it's gonna be fun. And I think for all three of us, our shows are so different, I think it works out well in the show for people that are coming to see it, too."

Jason sold out twenty shows on 2018's High Noon Neon Tour. His 2019 trek takes its name from a track on his Rearview Town album.

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