How much is the ticket to visit Alan Jackson’s 2022 and where to buy it?

Legendary country singer Alan Jackson has announced the schedule for his 2022 tour Last Call – One more call for the road. This is the ticket price for the concert.

The tour will kick off on June 24 this year and last for 16 days. This will be the singer’s first outing since he revealed his illness last year.

However, he did not hint as to whether this would be his last on the road, despite the tour being called ‘Last Call’.

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How much is the Alan Jackson ticket?

General public tickets will go on sale on March 18, 2022. The pre-sale for fans will take place on March 15.

Tickets for Alan’s upcoming concert can be found for as low as $71, with an average price of $137, each Seat Geek.

Please note that fares vary by location and location.

Other notable ticketing sites like Ticketmaster will also offer tickets for sale.

Tickets can be purchased on Alan Jackson’s oflashy website also.

Details on pre-sale prices and VIP tickets

To get the right to buy tickets through presale, you need to be a member of the Alan Jackson fan club. Purchases can be made by logging into your account on his website.

Meanwhile, the pre-sale of the VIP packages will begin on March 15 at 10:00 a.m., while the public sale is scheduled to start at the same time on March 18.

The website shows four VIP packages – AJ’s Behind The Scenes Experience, AJ’s Good Time Lounge Experience, Gone Country Merchandise Package and Right on Money Experience.

These benefits come with added benefits like access to pre-show parties, drinks, exclusive items, and on-site hosting among other options.

You can find all details about VIP packages this.

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The singer opened up about health issues

On September 28, 2021, Alan announced that he was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Toothis a degenerative nerve condition.

But, the male singer is still determined to continue performing for as long as possible.

While announcing Last call he said during a tour declare: “I’ve always admired my heroes like George Jones, Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn and Charley Pride, who just played as much as they wanted, as long as they could.”

“I always thought I wanted to do it, and I want to as long as my health allows. I’ll try to do as much as I can, but if I go your way, come see me,” he added.

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