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Sat06 Jun 202008:00:PM J.D. Legends,Franklin,KYRoots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
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Thu11 Jun 202008:00:PM Penns Peak,Jim Thorpe,PARoots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
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Fri12 Jun 202008:00:PM American Music Theatre,Lancaster,PARoots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
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Thu16 Jul 202008:00:PM Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds,Fond Du Lac,WIRoots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin Raye
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Aaron Tippin has been a long-standing name in country music. Displaying remarkable staying power he has been active in the music scene since 1990. He has also worked as a songwriter writing songs for the likes of Charley Pride, David Ball and The Kingsmen.

About Aaron Tippin

Career Beginnings

Aaron began singing at an early age, showcasing his music talents at local bars in his hometown Travelers Rest, South Carolina. During the 80’s he moved to Nashville where he became a staff writer at Acuff-Rose. Eventually he landed a contract with RCA Records Nashville after his debut performance at a nightclub show.

Tippin’s climb to success

Tippin gave a string of hits during the 90’s. The new traditional country singer released his debut album You’ve Got to Stand for Something in 1991. The title track became a top ten hit on the “Country Singles” chart. His sophomore album followed in 1992 and became a million-selling hit. The album spawned three top ten singles. “There Aint Nothin Wrong with the Radio” topped the “Country Singles” chart in 1992. The album also became Aaron’s first to chart among the top ten on Billboard’s “Country Albums” chart.

In 1993 came the third album, bringing to light Aaron’s expertise at producing rousing anthems like “Honky Tonk Superman” and “Working Man’s Ph.D.” The album peaked at number six on the Billboard “Country Albums” chart and yielded two top twenty tracks in the country singles chart. The next album was slightly less successful but managed to maintain Tippin’s ranking among the top twenty.

Tippin’s greatest hit came in 1995, with the release of the fifth studio album, Tool Box. The album spawned his first number one hit on the “Country Singles” chart in the shape of the smash single “That’s As Close As I’ll Get To Loving You.” Subsequent singles failed to replicate the Billboard success or popularity of previous songs. In 1997 and 1998, Tippin released two compilation albums.

Strong comeback for the country artist

In 1998, Tippin made a comeback on the Billboard charts courtesy of hit song “For You I Will” from his sixth studio album. The song reached the sixth place on the “Country Singles” chart.

The album was followed by another in 2000 which became Tippin’s first country album to make to the top five. The album featured a number one country single and was certified gold by RIAA. In 2002, Tippin released another top ten country album. It featured a patriotic anthem which became an instant hit and chalked at second place on the Billboard “Country Singles” chart. In 2013 his joint album, All in the Same Boat was released. Aaron’s latest album was released in 2015 celebrating his twenty-fifth year in the industry.

Aaron’s music style and live concerts

Over the course of his enduring career, Aaron has built a large and devoted following among country music audiences. His honest lyrics and impassioned vocals have appealed to a wide variety of listeners. Aaron is also recognized as an expert at melding traditional and contemporary country music styles. His music is diverse and his lyrics remain relevant in contemporary times.

 Tippin’s patriotic songs, emotional anthems and tours have earned him a strong reputation among the military as well. He is well known for his commitment to the military often touring to play for soldiers overseas.

At live concerts, Aaron sometimes recounts the stories behind the songs he wrote and his life experiences. His dedication for patriotic and charity causes continues to inspire thousands of audiences. Aaron Tippin tickets are likely to have a strong demand among loyal followers of the country music artist and other enthusiasts of the genre. His funny, likeable personality and moving concerts make for worthwhile entertainment.

Aaron Tippin Tickets PRICES

As of 03/04/2020 the average Aaron Tippin tickets will cost you between $58 and $173, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds, Fond Du Lac on 16/07/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 12/06/2020 at the American Music Theatre, Lancaster.
Minimum get in price is for Aaron Tippin tickets is $46 for the event being held at the J.D. Legends, Franklin on 06/06/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the American Music Theatre, Lancaster on 12/06/2020 will set you back $83.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
Roots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin RayeFranklinJ.D. Legends6-Jun-20$77$46
Roots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin RayeJim ThorpePenns Peak11-Jun-20$92$67
Roots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin RayeLancasterAmerican Music Theatre12-Jun-20$173$83
Roots and Boots: Sammy Kershaw, Aaron Tippin & Collin RayeFond Du LacFond du Lac County Fairgrounds16-Jul-20$58$47