Get ready, Jason Aldean fans.
The "Night Train" tour is heading to a station, er, concert venue near you.
Arguably the hottest male singer in country music right now, Aldean will bring his just-launched winter-spring leg of the "Night Train" tour to NMSU's Pan Am Center on May 3.
Tickets are $28.75 and $54.75, plus service charges. They go on sale at 10 a.m. March 1 at the box office, Ticketmaster outlets, ticketmaster.com and 800.745.3000.
Tickets for an April 19 show in Lousville range from $25.75 to $50.75.
Aldean opened the second leg of the tour on Feb. 21. He's booked all the way through Aug. 23, with stops at Boston's Fenway Park on July 12-13 and Chicago's Wrigley Field on July 20.
ACM's Entertainer of the Year also is three singles into his latest album, "Night Train," including current hit "1994."
Expect to hear several songs from the new album. "As a musician, it's great to be able to shake up the set list and think of cool ways to present these new songs in the live show," Aldean, known for his high-energy performances, said in a press release announcing the show.
Jakes Owens and Thomas Rhett will open the Las Cruces show.
The tour also heads to Lubbock's United Center Arena on May 4 and Austin's new Tower Amphitheater on May 5.
Aldean, ranked No. 8 on Billboard's top money makers of the past year (with nearly $18 million), last performed in the area when he opened for the Brooks & Dunn farewell tour on May 23, 2010 at the Pan Am.