Jackson will return to the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo — where he set an all-time attendance record in 2012 — on Feb. 22. He then heads to Mississippi and Oklahoma, as well as California and Wisconsin for 11 additional dates this year.
Alaina will join Jackson’s tour starting March 18. Tickets and VIP packages are available at AlanJackson.com.
In November, Jackson released a three-album collection of music titled "Genuine: The Alan Jackson Story" which has 59 recordings from his time with Arista Nashville. Eight of the tracks in the collection are previously unreleased and the compilation includes a live version of Jackson performing the Eagles‘ “Seven Bridges Road,” a rare live rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner,” as well as previously unreleased songs “Born Too Late,” “If Tears Could Talk,” “Wings,” “Seguro Que Hell Yes,” “Love Is Hard” and “Ain’t Just a Southern Thing.” The collection is available at Walmart.
2016 Alan Jackson Keepin’ It Country Tour Dates:
Feb. 22 – San Antonio, Texas @ San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
March 18 – Jackson, Miss. @ Mississippi Coliseum
March 19 – Thackerville, Okla. @ Winstar Resort & Casino
April 16 – Anaheim, Calif. @ Honda Center
April 29 – Milwaukee, Wisc. @ U-W Milwaukee Panther Arena
April 30 – Sioux City, Iowa @ Tyson Events Center
July 15 – St. Clairsville, Ohio @ Jamboree in the Hills
July 17 – Brooklyn, Mich. @ Faster Horses Festival
Aug. 19 – Toledo, Ohio @ Zoo Amphitheatre
Nov. 4 – Lincoln, Neb. @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
Nov. 5 – Fargo, N.D. @ Scheels Arena
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