Jason Aldean Enjoys Some Family Time During California Tour Stop

Jason Aldean Enjoys Some Family Time During California Tour Stop

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Jason Aldean will wrap his High Noon Neon Tour this week in California and his family is getting a little vacation out of it. In the midst of his West Coast tour stops, Jason and his family enjoyed some down time with some unique friends.

The singer and his wife, Brittany, shared several photos of a recent visit with some memorable zoo animals. While their son, Memphis, seemed less than enthused, they clearly enjoyed the outing. “Christmas Card 2018,” Brittany captions one adorable photo.

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Christmas Card 2018

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In another post, Jason shares he and Brittany posing with an alligator and later with a monkey perched high on his shoulder. “We don’t call it the “Six String Circus” for nothin!” he captions the series of images.

Jason better watch out before his wife is stolen away by a fury friend. In another post, Brittany is found seated on the couch with a monkey laying across her lap. “Comin for your spot @jasonaldean,” she writes.

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Comin for your spot @jasonaldean

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Jason will wrap his High Noon Neon Tour on Saturday in Irvine, Calif. The singer recently returned to Las Vegas for the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Festival where he and radio DJ Bobby Bones honored the first responders who saved lives during the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting on Oct. 1 of last year.

As a video paying tribute the victims played for the festival audience, Jason and Bobby took the stage alongside police, firefighters and EMS members that were first to the scene of the festival, helping to save lives.

“On behalf of myself, my family and my family in the country music community, I want to say thank you to the city of Las Vegas for your courage, strength and kindness,” Jason said. “Tonight, we are all proud to be Vegas Strong.”

Jason was on stage during the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas last year when a gunman open fire into the crowd, killing 58 and wounding hundreds more.

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