See Jason Aldean sing his popular hits at the New York State Fair in Syracuse on August 30 as part of his 2014 Burn It Down Tour. The country superstar has won many awards, and in 2013, he topped Billboard's country airplay chart twice with the singles "Night Train" and "When She Says Baby." Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to hear your favorite Jason Aldean songs, including those from his latest album, the GRAMMY-nominated "Night Train." Florida Georgia Line will join Aldean as opening act for this concert.
New York State Fair Seating Information
The stage for the Jason Aldean concert at the New York State Fair will be positioned past the flat track, with seating also available in the elevated track area and the grandstand. Flat track seating will be available in Sections X1-X9, with a pit area immediately in front of Section X1 at the foot of the stage. The elevated track area will include seating in Sections X10-X17 and Sections X119-X122. Grandstand seating is also available in four major areas, with sections ranging from X21-X72.
New York State Fair General Information
All visitors to the New York State Fair on Aug. 30 must wear shirts and footwear. While food, coolers and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed on the fairgrounds, no outside food, bottles, cans, glass containers, or coolers are allowed inside the Jason Aldean concert. Smoking is not permitted in the grandstand area, and pets are not allowed.
New York State Fair Parking Information
The New York State Fairgrounds have parking available for roughly 23,000 cars. Usually standard parking costs $5 on site, but fees may vary on Aug. 30.
New York State Fair Gate Times
The gates to the New York State Fair are scheduled to open at 8:00 a.m. local time and close at midnight on Aug. 30. Usually fans can enter the grandstand between one and two hours before the concert's scheduled start time, but it is best to check in advance of the Jason Aldean performance.