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At the Nashville celebration for this year's Grammy nominees, Jason shared details of the revamped tour with the Associated Press, saying, "It's a completely different set than we had last year, so it's a completely new look to the tour. We've got Luke Bryan coming out with us this year, all year. Lauren Alaina is gonna be out with us for at least the first part of the tour. We spent a lot of time over the holidays designing the stage, getting it ready, making sure it was exactly what I wanted. To be able to have that luxury and go in and be able to create a stage and dream something up and put it into motion, it's a good feeling."
While the stage, lighting and opening acts may be different, Jason says the one thing he remains committed to is giving the fans a high-energy experience. "It's gonna be insane," he promises.
Keep track of Jason's tour schedule here.
Something else to watch out for from the country rocker is a possible reunion with hip-hop superstar Ludacris, Jason's duet partner on 'Dirt Road Anthem' at the 2011 CMT Music Awards.
"He was in town a few weeks ago and we were hanging out in the studio," Jason tells Country Aircheck (via CMTT). "He came over and listened to some stuff I'd cut for my new record."
Although he's not officially confirming any details of a collaboration, Jason adds that he "wouldn't rule that out in the future."