Thu Aug 8
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson Tickets (Rescheduled from September 22 2018)
Arkansas Music Pavilion - Walmart AMP - Rogers, AR
Fri Aug 9
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson
Arkansas Music Pavilion - Walmart AMP - Rogers, AR
Sat Aug 10
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson
Intrust Bank Arena - Wichita , KS
Fri Aug 23
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson Tickets (Rescheduled from September 14 2018)
North Charleston Coliseum - North Charleston, SC
Sat Aug 24
TBA
Alan Jackson Tickets (Rescheduled from September 15 2018)
Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC
Fri Sep 13
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson Tickets (Rescheduled from September 21 2018 and April 13 2019)
CenturyLink Center Omaha - Omaha, NE
Fri Sep 13
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson Tickets (Rescheduled from September 21 2018 and April 13 2019)
CenturyLink Center Omaha - Omaha, NE
Sat Sep 14
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson with William Michael Morgan Tickets (Rescheduled from April 12 2019)
Chesapeake Arena - Oklahoma City, OK
Sun Sep 15
TBA
Alan Jackson
Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC
Sun Sep 15
TBA
Alan Jackson
Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC
Fri Sep 20
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson and William Michael Morgan
Amway Center - Orlando, FL
Sat Sep 21
07:30 PM
Alan Jackson
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena - Jacksonville, FL


Alan Jackson Information

Alan Jackson was born on October 17th, 1958 in Newnan, Georgia. He is a very well known American country singer and songwriter that was influenced by the new traditional country sound of the 1980's. He was one of the most popular country singers in the 1990's because he blended both honky-tonk and mainstream country sounds into many of his own musical hits.

Jackson has enjoyed continued success into the 2000's as his music has adapted to the more mainstream country acts that were almost moving towards the pop music sound. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, Jackson released "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)" as a tribute song. It became a hit single and propelled him into the mainstream spotlight for months to follow. He debuted the song at the 2001 Country Music Association Awards.

Jackson's newest album, Good Time, is supposed to be released on March 4, 2008. The album's first single, "Small Town Southern Man," has been playing on the radio since late November, 2007.