Relive Jason Aldean’s Sanford Stadium Show with Night Train to Georgia

Back in April, country megastar Jason Aldean made history as the first musical act to play between the hedges with his “Night Train” tour. The show, which featured guest appearances from Ludacris and Kelly Clarkson, was by all measures a smashing success.

Now, the singer is releasing a concert film documenting the experience. The aptly named Night Train to Georgia is out Oct. 15 and available for pre-order now (though why would you wanna do a thing like that), and yesterday fans “unlocked” the DVD’s cover art by retweeting Walmart. That’s some goddamn SYNERGY!

Below, watch the film’s trailer:


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