TicketCity Alan Jackson Tour Tickets 2019

Alan Jackson Concert Tickets has 8 concerts scheduled on the 2019 tour, with tickets available for all shows. The last concert on the tour is 9/21/19 at Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville.


Alan Jackson's Next Concert

The next Alan Jackson concert is 8/8/19 at Walmart AMP, Rogers at 7:30 PM local time. There are 7 tickets available for this concert.


Alan Jackson Concerts Near Me

Along with the Arkansas concert, Alan Jackson has also announced concerts in Charlotte, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Orlando, South Carolina. Don’t miss your chance to see a Alan Jackson concert in your area.


Alan Jackson Tickets

As the youngest child of five, Alan Jackson has become part of a larger family: the family of country music artists. Starting a little later than many of his peers, Jackson wrote his first song at the age of 25, in 1983. Just like many country artists wanting to strike it big, Alan Jackson and his wife of six years, Denise hit the road and traveled from Newnan, Georgia to the bright lights of Nashville. Jackson then earned money as a mail clerk at The Nashville Network. As luck would have it, Denise Jackson, a flight attendant at the time, met someone influential on his husband’s future career: fellow country star Glen Campbell. Alan Jackson later joined Campbell at his publishing company Seventh Son Music. Eventually, Jackson signed with Arista Records and became the first act to sign onto Arista Nashville, a new branch from Arista Records. It was in 1989 when the public was first introduced to Jackson’s rich voice and his honky tonk/mainstream country sound with his debut single "Blue Blooded Woman". Although this song didn’t hit the charts, his debut album Here in the Real World produced three singles including his first number one hit “I'd Love You All Over Again". In 1991, Alan Jackson’s second album Don’t Rock the Jukebox debuted, producing several singles, a majority of them topping the charts. It was during this time that Jackson paired up with Randy Travis and co-wrote many of the songs on Travis’s 1992 release High Lonesome. It was with his third album A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love) that Alan Jackson won his first CMA Awards; Single and Song of the Year for "Chattahoochee". In 1995, Jackson released his first greatest hits album, which featured 12 hits and two new releases. Everything I Love, released in 1996 had quite a few titles to hit the top of the charts; however it also contained “A House with No Curtains”, Jackson’s first release since 1989 to miss the charts all together. High Mileage and Under the Influence closed out the decade. The 2000s were a time of experimentation for Alan Jackson. He opened the decade with a duet with fellow country crooner George Strait, "Murder on Music Row", which addressed the concern of many country fans: was the traditional country song dead? This song not only answered the question with a resounding no, but Strait and Jackson were invited to perform on the ACM Awards show that year.