The three-time CMA Entertainer of the Year, Alan Jackson, just unveiled his plans of hitting the road again with Last Call: One More for the Round Tour – which will kick off on June 24 in the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi and run through October 8. The “Remember When” singer will be bringing three decades of hits to the thirty cities he will be visiting across the United States – including his home state of Georgia and stops in some cities he hasn’t been in years.
In a statement, Jackson expressed admiration to his musical heroes like George Jones and Charley Pride, who’d been playing for as much as they can, and they want to. He added that it’s something that he’s always desired to do, as well.
Hopefully, It’s Not The Final One
Last Call: One More for the Round Tour is Alan Jackson‘s first tour ever since he announced his serious medical diagnosis of Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disorder or CMT last fall. The disease is a progressive nerve condition that affected Jackson’s peripheral nervous system and caused balance problems for years.
The country icon let fans in on his surprising condition where he revealed that the disease is something he has inherited from his father. While it’s not life-threatening, there’s no cure for it. Still, Jackson said this would not stop him from going after his passion and bonding with fans.
General public ticket sales for the majority of the cities will start on March 18. Meanwhile, the fan club and Citi cardmember get to enjoy pre-sales beginning March 15. Jackson will be donating a part of his proceeds to research. A generous group of CMTRF donors and board members will match Jackson’s donation.
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