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Tickets sold out for Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert at GABP

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Tickets for Jason Aldean and Miranda Lambert's summer concert at Great American Ball Park are sold out.  

Aldean is partnering with Major League Baseball to launch a 50-date stadium tour beginning this spring. 

Aldean and Lambert will be at Great American Ball Park on July 19. Lambert will be joining Aldean during his stops at Progressive Field in Cleveland and PNC Park in Pittsburgh. 

The county star says that after he played Fenway and Wrigley last year, he decided to pick it up a notch by launching the "Burn it Down Tour."

Aldean is one of today's most popular county singers, charting hits such as Dirt Road Anthem, My Kinda Party, Big Green Tractor and Night Train

Florida Georgia Line and Tyler Farr will open for Aldean during his stadium tour.

"The Reds are excited about Jason Aldean's Burn It Down Tour in 2014, especially because our season ticket holders can purchase tickets in advance of the public," say Reds Chief Operating Officer Phil Castellini in a press release. "We will be announcing more details about the concert as they become available."

Great American ball Park has held numerous concerts in the past, including bringing Paul McCartney to the ball park in 2013.  

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