Alan Jackson Ain’t Done Yet, Adds Dates to “Last Call” Tour

At this point it’s touch and go on how long we’ll have opportunities to see Alan Jackson perform live, and if you have an opportunity, you should probably take advantage of it. After revealing a diagnosis of neurological disease Charcot-Marie-Tooth or CMT, he announced his “Last Call Tour” in 2022, not saying it was a “farewell,” but that he didn’t know what the future may have in store.

Luckily, 2024 has some more Alan Jackson tour dates in store, with the singer confirming 10 new dates starting in August and stretching into 2025.

“Fans know when they come to my shows, they’re going to hear the songs that made me who I am—the ones they love,” Jackson says. “I’ve been touring for over 30 years—my daughters are all grown, we have one grandchild and one on the way…and I’m enjoying spending more time at home. But my fans always show up to have a good time, and I’m going to give them the best show I can for this ‘Last Call.’”

Jackson may only be touring intermittently these days, but what some folks want to know is if they can expect new music from the country legend. Alan hasn’t confirmed anything at this point, but said last year,

“I may not have toured much, but like I said, the creative part jumps out every now and then. I’m always scribbling down ideas and thinking about melodies, and I feel like there’ll be some more music to come. When you make an album, or especially when you write a lot of the songs, that’s creating something. It’s a challenge, so it keeps you interested a little more. If I didn’t write, I think I would’ve gotten bored just singing a long time ago.”

All tickets will go on sale Friday, June 7. Pre-sale for fan club members is active now. VIP experiences will also be available. A dollar from every ticket sold will be donated to the CMT Research Foundation. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit


Friday, Aug. 2 – Boston, MA (TD Garden)
Saturday, Aug. 24 – Grand Rapids, MI (Van Andel Arena)
Saturday, Sept. 28 – Fayetteville, AR (Bud Walton Arena)
Saturday, Oct. 26 – Kansas City, MO (T-Mobile Center)
Saturday, Nov. 16 – Salt Lake City, UT (Delta Center)
Saturday, Jan. 18, 2025 – Oklahoma City, OK (Paycom Center)
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2025 – Fort Worth, TX (Dickies Arena)
Friday, March 7, 2025 – Orlando, FL (Kia Center)
Saturday, April 26, 2025 – Tampa, FL (Amalie Arena)
Saturday, May 17, 2025 – Milwaukee, WI (Fiserv Forum)

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