Like Father Like Son! Jason Aldean and Memphis Get Some Hang Time in Atlanta Braves Dugout Before Big Show

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The family that plays together, stays together. Jason Aldean is keeping his family together as he headed to Suntrust Park, home of baseball’s Atlanta Braves, as part of his High Noon Neon Tour.

“Been waiting to check this one off my bucket list for a long time. Atlanta here we come!!!#suntrustpark#homeofthebraves #atlanta,” Jason wrote in a post about his tour stop.

The 41-year-old announced the special date at a press conference back in March with Lauren Alaina, and revealed Hootie and the Blowfish will be joining Darius on stage for a reunion.

“We’re excited for the show and we hope the city of Atlanta is excited as well”, Jason said during the press conference. “Thank you to the Braves and everybody that’s been involved with this because this is gonna to be a huge night for me and my family and I can’t wait. So thank you guys.”

The big day came on July 21 and Jason took advantage of his time at the stadium. Before the show he got in some father/son time with Memphis, who was decked out in full Atlanta Braves gear. The father of three took to Instagram to post photos with Memphis and his family hanging out in the Braves dugout.

“pretty cool moment getting to hang with the family at @suntrustpark today before the show. Really special day for me and my family. Cant wait to play for u guys tonite in the ATL. #lifelongbravesfan,” he wrote.

This isn’t Memphis’ first taste of baseball in his short 7 month life. Jason introduced his song to the Braves when he watched a game on TV with his, then 2-month-old, son.

“Gotta start ’em early,” Jason said to the camera while his son watched his very first baseball game.

Seems that Memphis is getting an early start at becoming a professional baseball player. And if Jason has anything to say about it, he’ll be playing for the Braves.

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