Jason Aldean does it again as "Tonight Looks Good on You" reigns as king on both Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase radio charts this week, marking the third consecutive No. 1 single from the RIAA certified platinum-selling album Old Boots, New Dirt and the 16th total chart topper for the country star.

News of the single's success comes right after Aldean sold Chicago’s Tinley Park, before playing two sold-out nights at Target Field in Minneapolis. The show on Saturday was another event for the record books, as Aldean played for more than 44,000 screaming fans.

The party will continue in California this weekend in Paso Robles and Pasadena, where the star will headline a historic first-ever country concert at the Rose Bowl.

"Being able to look out into a stadium full of people and have them singing and swaying to this song has been a pretty cool thing the last two months," says Aldean in a press release.  "We've never really needed much of an excuse to throw down backstage or get a little bit rowdy, but I have a feeling the party might be bigger than usual this weekend in Pasadena."

There's no confirmed date for new music from the 38-year-old superstar, but he shared with his fans on social media that he is in the studio working on a seventh album.

The Burnin' It Down tour, featuring opening acts Tyler Farr and Cole Swindell, will continue throughout October, including five stadium stops with Kenny Chesney.

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