Aldean Breaks Fenway Park Attendance Records

Jason Aldean at Fenway Park. Photo: Chris and Todd Owyoung

Jason Aldean at Fenway Park. Photo: Chris and Todd Owyoung

Jason Aldean certainly knows how to draw a crowd. He broke two attendance records this weekend during his concerts at Fenway Park in Boston. Aldean broke Paul McCartney‘s single night record and The Dave Matthews Band‘s two-night record (set in 2006). More than 70,000 tickets to Aldean’s concerts were sold in less than an hour; those fans packed the ballpark as Aldean became the first country artist in history to perform at Fenway Park. The concerts featured guests Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett.

“I heard we also set a new all time record for beer sales,” says Aldean. “They drank Boston dry…it was wild!”

Aldean’s 2013 Night Train Tour continues next week with a concert at Chicago’s Wrigley Field on July 20.

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