Jason Aldean has had an extremely successful tour supporting his album ‘Night Train.’ His show at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 20 is just one in a string of sold-out performances along the tour.

There hasn’t been an empty seat in the house at even some of the biggest venues on the tour, including Madison Square Garden, Wrigley Field and two shows at Boston’s Fenway Park.

Aldean also broke George Strait’s all-time attendance record at Cheyenne’s Frontier Days this summer, when over 24,000 tickets were sold, also marking the highest concert attendance ever in the state of Wyoming.

With so many large venues on the lineup this tour, Aldean has faced a new set of challenges.

“I like the challenge of doing something I’m not really used to doing, because you start to get complacent sometimes when you’re the playing same thing over and over and over,” he tells The Boot. “Playing a stadium is a big adrenaline boost for me and I dig it. It keeps me on my toes and makes me revamp everything I’m doing and not get stagnant with how I approach every show, which is something I like.”

In addition to the tour, Aldean recently released the DVD, ‘Night Train to Georgia,’ filmed at Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia in April. He is also nominated for three awards at the upcoming CMA Awards on Nov. 6.