Gabby Barrett Joins Jason Aldean’s Rock ‘N Roll Cowboy tour
Gabby Barrett announced that she will be apart of Jason Aldean’s upcoming 2022 tour. Starting this July, the American Idol alum will be joining the country music icon in his four month long tour. John Morgan and Dee Jay Silver will also be joining Aldean’s tour alongside Barrett.
Aldean gave his fans the best Valentine’s Day gift, new tour dates. He shared on Instagram that he would be hitting the road with Barrett, Morgan, and Silver on Feb 14. Along with his announcement, he shared that tickets would be on sale to the general public on Friday, February 18 at 10 a.m. local venue time.
Soon after Aldean’s announcement, Barrett took to Instagram to share her excitement. Fans of Barrett are able to access presale tickets on Wednesday, Feb 16 by texting her. Some fans have shared where they will be seeing Barrett in the comments, while others have shared their disappointment in the lack of dates in Florida and California.
Tickets for Jason Aldean’s Rock ‘N Roll Cowboy tour go on sale on Friday, Feb 18. The tour begins on July 17 in Pennsylvania and concludes on October 29 in Kansas. Within the four month tour, Aldean and his crew will be travelling to 34 cities in 23 states.
Covid-19 protocols have been determined by the venue at this time. While some require proof of a negative test or proof of vaccination, while others have just expressed the risk of exposure. Check your local venue for specifications in relation to Covid-19.
Gabby Barrett Receives A Nomination at The ACM Awards
Barrett is joining Jimmie Allen as the co-host of the Academy of Country Music Awards this March. The two country stars will be co-hosting alongside country superstar Dolly Parton. On top of being a co-host, Barrett has also received a nomination. Her nomination is for female artist of the year. Other nominees include Miranda Lambert, Ashley Mcbryde, Maren Morris and Carly Pearce.
The 57th ACM Awards is an exclusive livestream event on Amazon Prime Video. The event will be live on March 7 at 8 p.m.EST/7 p.m. CST/5 p.m. PST. The ceremony itself will take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event will stream for two hours without commercial interruption on Prime Video in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. This will be the first time a major award show has been live streamed exclusively.