Country superstar Alan Jackson performed for the 15th time at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo last night. But, never has he performed to such a big crowd at that venue. Rodeo officials calculated that Jackson broke the all-time attendance record, that goes back to the 1950s, with nearly 17,000 people in attendance for the show.
In a recent press release, Jackson remarked, “The San Antonio Rodeo has welcomed me for a lot of years and it’s one of my favorite places to play. The rodeo and folks in Texas have always been good to me and I want to thank the fans for coming out to see us all these years.“
Fans in the Chico area will be able to see Alan perform live themselves, when the singer appears at the new 3-day Jukebox Music Festival in Anderson this summer. The event will feature headliners Joe Nichols and Scotty McCreery on each of the three days; July 20-22. Other artists participating in the festival include: Kellie Pickler, Mark Chesnutt, Ricky Skaggs, Pam Tillis, Daryle Singletary and Asleep at the Wheel. Tickets are currently on sale online at the Jukebox Music Festival website.
Ticket prices start at $129 for General Admission seats, and go up to $149 for Gold Circle seats. This price includes admission all three days of the festival.
As recently reported, Jackson is set to visit the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on March 30th, where he will perform his latest single, “So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore.” The show airs on Chico’s KNVN 24 at 11:30 pm.
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