Bringing over three decades of hits one last time to cities coast to coast

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NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Friday, March 11, 2022) – This is LAST CALL: ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD! Country Music Hall of Fame Alan Jackson is embarking on his final tour, which will bring more than 30 years of success to cities across America as he hits the road for the first time since revealing a health diagnosis last fall.

“I’ve always looked up to my heroes like George Jones, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn and Charley Pride who played as much as they wanted, for as long as they could,” Jackson says. “I’ve always thought I’d like to do this, and I’d like it as long as my health allows,” he notes, adding with a smile, “I’ll try to do as much as I can, but if I come in your direction, come see me…”

The country music icon will launch its Last call: one more for the Road Tour – promoted by Live Nation – this summer, playing arenas throughout the fall (detailed list below)). The three times CMA Artist of the Year will delight audiences – visiting cities and regions they haven’t visited in several years for the last time – as fans relive hits like “Chattahoochee” and “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” night after night.

Tickets, fan club presale and Alan Jackson tour information Last call: one more for the Road Tour are available at visit. Most cities go on sale Friday, March 18. Jackson will team up with CID Entertainment/OnLocation to offer VIP experiences at its 2022 shows. Premium packages include a pre-show party presented by AJ’s Good Time BarNashville’s artist-owned and operated honky-tonk in the heart of Music City, highlighted by live music from James Carothers and Cory Farley, featured artists from AJ.

Citi is the official card of the Last call: one more for the Road Tour. Citi cardholders will have access to pre-sale tickets starting Tuesday, March 15 through the Citi Entertainment program. For more details on the presale, visit

by Jackson Last call: one more for the Road Tour follows its fall 2021 announcement (on NBC TODAY) that he lives with CMT (Charcot-Marie-Tooth), a chronic inherited neuropathy that causes nerve damage and impairs muscle function, movement, and balance. $1 on each ticket sold for the Last call: one more for the Road Tour will be donated to the CMT Research Foundation, a federal tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization that funds research for drug development. Plus, $1 will be matched by a generous group of donors and CMTRF Board members.

Alan Jackson’s music and performances have earned him worldwide acclaim, from critics and fans alike. In 2022, it will continue its long tradition of “keeping the country” by once again bringing over 30 years of success to a city near you. This isLast call: one more for the road!



Friday, June 24 Biloxi, MS (Mississippi Coast Coliseum)

Saturday, June 25 Knoxville, TN (Thompson-Boling Arena)

Friday, July 29 St. Paul, MN (Xcel Energy Center)

Saturday, July 30 Grand Forks, ND (Alerus Center)

Friday, August 12 Savannah, GA (Enmarket Arena)**

Saturday, August 13 Greenville, SC (Bon Secours Wellness Arena)**

Friday, August 26 Lincoln, NE (Pinnacle Bank Arena)

Saturday, August 27 Kansas City, MO (T-Mobile Center)

Friday, September 9 Lexington, KY (Rupp Arena)

Saturday, September 10 Greensboro, North Carolina (Greensboro Coliseum)

Friday, September 16 Austin, TX (Moody Center)

Saturday, September 17 Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)

Friday September 30 Phoenix (Glendale), AZ (Gila River Arena) ++

Saturday, October 1 Anaheim, CA (Honda Center)

Friday, October 7 Atlantic City, NJ (Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall)

Saturday, October 8 Pittsburgh, PA (PPG Paints Arena)

** On-sale date to be announced

++ Concert postponed from 2020; tickets to previous events will be honoured; new tickets available!

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A member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and inducted into Songwriters Hall of FameAlan Jackson’s membership among the musical greats of all time is part of a long line of career-defining accolades, including three CMA Artist of the Year honors, 30 years of belonging to the Grand Ole Oprya Billboard ranking among the Top 10 Country Artists of All Timeinduction to Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fameand the Heritage Awards as the most performed country singer-songwriter of ASCAP’s first 100 years.

The country man from Newnan, Georgia has sold nearly 60 million albums worldwide and ranks among the top 10 best-selling male singers of all time (rock, pop and country). He has released over 60 singles – recording 50 Top Ten hits and 35 #1s (including 26 Billboard at the top of the list). He has won more than 150 major music industry awards, including 19 Academy of Country Music Awards, 16 Country Music Association Awards, a pair of Grammys, and ASCAP’s Founders and Golden Note Awards.

Jackson – one of music’s most famous and respected singer-songwriters – has released his latest album, Where did you go, last May. The 21-track collection, which topped the country album chart, features 15 songs written solely by the music icon. He’s also the man behind one of Nashville’s most popular tourist stops, AJ’s Good Time Bara four-story honky-tonk in the heart of downtown featuring daily live music and views of the Music City skyline.


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The CMT Research Foundation(CMTRF) is solely focused on providing treatments and cures for CMT. Founded by two patients committed to accelerating drug delivery to people with CMT around the world, the organization funds research for drug development. The federal 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization is supported by personal and corporate financial donations. Charcot-Marie-Tooth encompasses a group of inherited chronic peripheral neuropathies that cause deterioration of the peripheral nerves that control sensory input and muscle function in the foot/lower leg and hand/forearm, leading to significant problems with movement, touch and balance as they progress. Currently, there is no cure for CMT.