Supply and demand is a simple concept: When you keep selling out shows, you have to add more to meet the demands of your dedicated fans. This is nothing new for Jason Aldean, who just extended his touring schedule in Georgia.

The star -- a Georgia native -- sold out the Denver, Cleveland and Atlanta concerts on his 2014 Burn It Down Tour last week. In fact, tickets for Aldean's May 17 Atlanta show sold so quickly that he had to add not one, but two more concert dates at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood, making it a triple play. The new shows will precede the original date, booked for May 15 and 16.

Packing shows is not a new feat for the singer, but selling out stadiums is. Aldean recently sold out the very first stadium show of the 2014 tour run -- a concert at MLB’s Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Clearly, the 'When She Says Baby' hitmaker is going to be pretty busy when his Burn It Down Tour kicks off this May. The tour -- which sees Major League Baseball as a partner -- will stop in nearly 50 cities and play several baseball stadiums across the U.S.

Talk about a dream come true for the baseball fan.

Aldean's 2014 Burn It Down Tour dates kick off in Roanoke, Va. with Florida Georgia Line and newcomer Tyler Farr as openers. Three of the baseball stadium shows will also have a very special guest -- Miranda Lambert will be joining Aldean for these select shows during the Burn It Down Tour.